JOHANNESBURG, Dec 6 (Reuters) - Shares in South Africa's KAP
Industrial Holdings fell to an 11-month low on
Wednesday as companies related to Steinhoff
fell out of favour with investors following the resignation of
its chief executive amid an accounting probe.
The share price was down 7.7 percent at 8 rand by 1358 GMT,
prompting the logistics and industrial group to say that while
Steinhoff is a major shareholder, it did not have control.
"KAP is independently managed, controlled and funded and as
a result should be unaffected by these recent announcements,"
the company said in a statement.
(Reporting by TJ Strydom; Editing by James Macharia)
First Published: 2017-12-06 16:00:21
Updated 2017-12-06 16:08:36
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