Steinhoff on Tuesday failed to publish, as promised, it’s long-awaited restated and audited 2017 results.
The JSE-listed firm warned investors in December 2017 not to trust its 2017 and 2018 results after auditors uncovered a mass of accounting irregularities.
Shares in Steinhoff were trading at R1.99 by the end of Monday.
They rose by 1.01% on Tuesday, trading at R2.01 a share by the close of business.
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