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Judging by its recent share gains, investors would seem encouraged by Dis-Chem’s decision to tidy up the overlap between the interests of the company and those of its founders.

After all, this house-cleaning has resulted in a wider range of institutional shareholders holding larger stakes, and a BEE consortium emerging with a 10.7% share of the pharmaceutical retailer...

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