ARM's Motsepe reluctant to sever Harmony link

OPINIONby David McKay | Fri, 19 Sep 2014
Patrice Motsepe, chairman of African Rainbow Minerals, doesn't tolerate other under-performing assets in the group ... except for its 14.6% stake in Harmony. Read ›

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