'It was not a black-white issue’

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Thabo Dloti
Thabo Dloti

Johannesburg - The inclusion of a key Standard Bank executive on Liberty’s board three months before Liberty boss Thabo Dloti resigned has given rise to the perception that Dloti’s ouster was a planned move.

However, Liberty chairperson Jacko Maree and Standard Bank’s joint chief executive Sim Tshabalala strongly denied that Dloti’s resignation was contrived.

Standard Bank is Liberty’s biggest shareholder.

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