Brian van Rooyen (Labat Africa) takes a step back in his cannabis offensive
The South African fund manager was the first publicly listed African company to enter the sector.
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▪ Brian van Rooyen (Labat Africa) takes a step back in his cannabis offensive
▪ The South African fund manager was the first publicly listed African company to enter the sector.
17/03/2020 at 17h38, by Aurélie Benoit, updated 19/03/2020
Last September, the investment holding company Labat Africa, listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange for 21 years, announced its intention to acquire 70% of Knuckle Genetics, which specialises in the genetic selection of cannabis and the cultivation and stabilisation of strains for medical purposes.
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