South African Reserve Bank shares set to hit the market

South Africans encouraged to buy shares in their central bank

The South African Reserve Bank

The South African Reserve Bank (Sarb) said yesterday (April 10) that the market in its shares, available for purchase to the public, is expected to become significantly more liquid later this year "as a result of the regularisation of certain shareholdings" in the central bank.

The bank is actively encouraging more shareholders to get involved when the enigmatic "certain shareholding" hits the market, as it sees its wide ownership base among the population as key to its governance and

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