Industrial holdings business Invicta has risen phoenix-like from the ashes over the past 30 months. Is there more to come?

The one-time mid-cap blue-chip industrial company — which has retail tycoon Christo Wiese as a major shareholder — dramatically fell from its lofty peak of R110 in early 2014 and within two years had slumped by 65%...

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