There’s really not much you can do.— Peter Calitz
A share in Steinhoff set you back R90 as late as June last year.
On Thursday it was trading around R10.
Millions of South Africans will feel the impact.
Steinhoff is, or was, one of South Africa’s largest companies.
It is held by a whopping 341 funds – in other words, very probably yours.
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