Mr Price on Tuesday announced that it will on 2 May became the latest large South African company to start trading its shares on the A2X exchange.
Its primary listing will remain on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange.
Earlier this month Aspen Pharmacare listed on the A2X exchange.
The pharmaceutical group has a market cap of R42.4 billion.
There are now 19 companies listed on A2X including the likes of Naspers, the Standard Bank Group and Sanlam.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and scroll down for quotes from it).
This [Mr Price] is our 6th Top-40 company…— Gary Clarke, Head of Legal and Regulation - A2X Markets
We got Naspers more quickly than we thought…— Gary Clarke, Head of Legal and Regulation - A2X Markets
Our market cap is about R2.4 trillion…— Gary Clarke, Head of Legal and Regulation - A2X Markets
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