African cattle investing — the new cash cow?


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  • Monday, 29 Jul 2019

A man herding cattle in Cato Ridge, South Africa.

JOHANNESBURG/VRYHEID, South Africa: Cattle have long been considered a measure of wealth across Africa – but it is not just farmers cashing in.

A pioneering app in South Africa lets investors, eager to benefit from rising global beef demand, buy shares in a cow from their mobile phone for as little as 576 rand (RM166).

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