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GPI and Sun Intl caution shareholders

Apr 23 2014 11:44

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SUN INTERNATIONAL LIMITED [JSE:SUI]

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Last Updated: 01/01/0001 at 12:00. Prices are delayed by 15 minutes. Source: McGregor BFA

GRAND PARADE INVESTMENTS LIMITED [JSE:GPL]

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Johannesburg - Further to the joint cautionary announcement dated March 7 2014, the shareholders of Sun International and Grand Parade Investments (GPI) are advised that negotiations are still in progress regarding the possible acquisition by Sun International of a material interest in GPI Slots.

GPI Slots is a wholly-owned subsidiary of GPI, which owns and operates limited payout machine operations.

Should agreement be reached on the terms of the proposed GPI Slots acquisition, there may be an impact on the price at which Sun International and GPI shares trade on the securities exchange operated by the JSE.

Shareholders of Sun International and GPI are accordingly advised to continue exercising caution when dealing in their Sun International and GPI shares until a further announcement is made.

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