The smoke is finally beginning to clear at Reinet, the R90bn international investment vehicle controlled by the Stellenbosch-based Rupert family.

But shareholder frustration may still be smouldering, even though results for the year to end-March showed clear shifts in the investment portfolio. For a start, the tobacco interests are much smaller, and the dividend has been fattened up...

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