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South African stocks rose for the third straight day on Friday, largely unfazed by the death of Nelson Mandela.
The Johannesburg Stock Exchange will pause trade for five minutes at 11:00 to mark the passing of former president Nelson Mandela.
SA stocks rose 0.84 % as the rand's fall to its weakest in nearly five years boosted Naspers, Steinhoff and other companies with overseas operations.
South African stocks have ended little changed as investors bought shares of companies such as brewer SABMiller, but sold mining stocks.
South African stocks have slipped, with index heavyweights hit by a global market sell-off on concerns the US may start cutting back its stimulus programme.
South African stocks have edged lower as investors sold off some recent big gainers that they deemed too expensive after this year's record run.
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