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Community Investment Ventures Holdings. The name doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue, does it? And it’s a company few South Africans have heard of.
Yet CIVH, now part of Remgro — the Johann Rupert-chaired firm has amassed a 57% stake worth R15bn — has quietly become a powerhouse in SA telecommunications, one that’s now valued at more than Telkom...
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