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28 September 2020
The group will report an interim loss due to operational losses and the final impairment of its GBK burger investment.
The London and JSE-listed property development and investment company says the vast majority of shareholders took up their rights.
The Polish landlord is not paying an interim dividend and is planning disposals to bring down its loan to value.
The investment holding company says its position will be dynamically assessed over the coming months.
The hospitals group has put four SA businesses up for sale and received an offer for the others.
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The shopping centre owner says its focus on lower-LSM markets in non-metropolitan areas shielded it from the worst of the lockdown.
The fund is in a stronger position after selling Belgian properties and an interest in its Pan-European logistics portfolio.
The property fund says it will take advantage of a two-month extension before deciding on its final payout for the past year.
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The investment group says the pandemic eroded all the gains it achieved in the first half of the year.
The pharmaceuticals group says its management agreement with Ukusekela is already bearing fruit.
24 September 2020
23 September 2020
Independent expert Rothschild and Co. says it is reasonably likely that Tongaat Hulett Starch will meet a key profit hurdle.
The security gate, shutter and blinds company says it lost an entire month of sales during the Covid-19 lockdown.
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The real estate investment trust says it will consider a final dividend next year, conditions permitting.
Results for last year have been restated after the sale of Remedica fell through but it has continued with its disposal programme.
The staffing and training group has sold the Australian business for a fraction of what it paid five years ago.
22 September 2020
Much of the Lake Charles area has been without power since Hurricane Laura made landfall late last month.
The aluminium products manufacturer says turnaround action taken last year has softened the blow.
The gold producer has lowered its full-year forecast after some mines in Argentina, Brazil and SA were closed during the lockdown.
The publishing and printing group says due to an uncertain trading future, its board has yet to decided on an annual dividend.
The real estate investment trust says its sales programme has beaten expectations, as has the collection of rentals in arrears.