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Coronation ups Times Media stake

Jan 02 2013 10:48 I-Net Bridge

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CORONATION FUND MANAGERS LIMITED [JSE:CML]

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Johannesburg - Media house Times Media Group (TMG) announced on Wednesday that Coronation Asset Management has increased its holding in the company to 15.5%.

The company said in a note that this was in accordance with section 122(3)(b) of the Companies Act No 71 of 2008‚ and section 3.83(b) of the listings requirements.

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