Steinhoff agrees to hand over financials to PSA

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File: Steinhoff share prices plummeted over 60 percent following the resignation of CEO Markus Jooste amid a probe into alleged accounting irregularities.

File: Steinhoff share prices plummeted over 60 percent following the resignation of CEO Markus Jooste amid a probe into alleged accounting irregularities.

JOHANNESBURG - Embattled Steinhoff, has agreed to hand over its financials to the Public Servants Association.

The PSA, which acts on behalf of its 230,000 members, is invested in Steinhoff through the Public Investment Corporation.

The company has been rocked by a corruption scandal, and has been summoned to Parliament at the end of January to explain the saga.