The Johannesburg Stock Exchange has given struggling Steinhoff a hefty fine of 13.5 million rand because it breached its listing requirements. The amount includes a fine of 7.5 million rand because the company published incorrect, false, and misleading information in its financial statements. Fin24 reports that Steinhoff’s share price decreased by 98 percent since former CEO Marcus Jooste’s unexpected resignation in 2017 because of a complex accounting scandal. The JSE says companies’ supplying accurate and reliable financial information is critical to ensure a fair, efficient, and transparent market.