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The offer was accepted and Capstone disposed of 14 million shares held by it on 29 April 2004 and shortly thereafter sold the remaining 3.5 million JDG shares that it held to another company at a slightly higher price.
In November 2003, Jooste had become aware, in a brief discussion in San Francisco with a bank official ("Pagden”), that the latter was engaged in a "book-building” exercise for another South African company.