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The Pepkor group has done a lot of things to emphasise its independence from Steinhoff, CEO Leon Lourens tells Fin24.
Pepkor (formerly Steinhoff Africa Retail) has delivered a list of Tekkie Town footwear to Mr Tekkie’s attorneys it says the latter may not sell.
After extending its slide from the previous session's 10% drop, shares in global furniture and retail conglomerate Steinhoff International reached a new low in early trade.
Pepkor's turnover was 10.9% higher at R64.2bn for the financial year ending September 30 it announced on Monday.
The battle between Pepkor and former executives of Tekkie Town is heating up amid allegations of intimidation.
JSE-listed retailer STAR, which has Steinhoff International as majority shareholder, will be changing its name back to Pepkor Holdings in the wake of the Steinhoff debacle.
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