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Dec 20 2012 10:03 I-Net Bridge

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Johannesburg - The Johannesburg Stock Exchange advised Thursday that risk management company Zaptronix [JSE:ZPT] has failed to submit its provisional report within the three-month period stipulated in the JSE's Listings Requirements. 

Accordingly‚ the company's listing has been annotated with an "RE" to indicate that the company has failed to submit its provisional report timeously. 

The JSE added that the listing of the company's securities is under threat of suspension and possible termination. Should the company still fail to submit its provisional report by 31 December 2012 its listing will be suspended‚ the JSE said.

 

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