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It was the wettest of times, it was the driest of times: tennis mostly rained out and no alcohol in the bar to sustain the dogged few players during the frequent squalls.

The JSE also enters a lull with most of the March/September year-end companies having reported results. As usual, some of those reporting their numbers at the last minute provided the most entertainment. Several did not make the JSE’s deadline, and I’d imagine another scramble to avoid suspension. (Whether some of these firms should even be listed is another matter entirely.)..

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