File: Steinhoff share prices plummeted over 60 percent following the resignation of CEO Markus Jooste amid a probe into alleged accounting irregularities.
JOHANNESBURG - Steinhoff International informed the Dutch financial market regulator that it will not publish its audited 2017 financial statements.
Steinhoff was expected to publish them on January 31.
It is the second time the retailer postponed the publication since its accounting irregularities were exposed.
Steinhoff has confirmed that Pricewaterhouse Cooper&39;s independent investigation into it is ongoing.
Earlier in January, the Johannesburg Stock Exchange warned the company&39;s listed debt securities could be suspended, if it fails to publish audited financial statements soon.