The CEO of the JSE, Nicky Newton-King, announced in July that she will be retiring at the end of September 2019.
She has been at the helm since 2012 and before that she was deputy to Russell Loubser for eight years.
Newton-King has been credited with modernising the JSE, pushing transformation and being an open and outspoken leader.
But she leaves at a tough time for the JSE that recorded over R30 billion in divestment by foreign investors in the first half of the year.
Nicky Newton-King joins us in studio.
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