NEWS ARCHIVES


10 June 2019

A new chapter in Lonmin’s 110-year history

Investors will receive shares in Sibanye-Stillwater this week following the suspension and delisting of the group’s stock from the JSE and the LSE.

Bidvest maintains margins despite tough trading conditions

The industrials services group says growth in trading profit lost momentum in the four months to end-April.

Stars align for Kibo’s Benga project

The energy company has submitted its feasibility studies to Mozambique’s authorities and is now trying to secure coal supply and power purchase agreements.

Crookes prepares for bumper harvest

The agricultural group has benefited from strong sugar yields and new macadamia orchards coming into production.




07 June 2019

Sasol stock still to pump

The overreaction to the cost overruns at Sasol’s Lake Charles Chemical Project are correcting as predicted in Ingham Analytics note of last week.

Stenprop trims dividend as it repositions its portfolio

The industrial property investor has trimmed its full-year payout by 16% to 6.75p and will offer a scrip alternative subject to approval.

Gas producer Renergen rises on ASX debut

The natural gas and helium company’s shares rose 27.5% on their Australian debut.

Trustco bounces back

The Namibian investment company expects a big improvement in full-year earnings from its main investment segments.

Bauba prepares for prospecting right

The platinum and chrome exploration company says its application for a prospecting right over the farm Hartebeesfontein has been accepted.

Who’s doing what this week in the South African M&A space?

Weekly summary of M&A activity by South African companies

Who’s doing what in the African M&A space?

Weekly summary of all M&A activity from across Africa (excluding South Africa)

Weekly corporate finance activity by SA exchange-listed companies

Weekly summary of corporate finance activity by South African exchange listed companies

Thorts - Directors’ Power to Appoint: A look at section 68(3) of the Companies Act

Section 68(3) of the Companies Act empowers a board to appoint an eligible person to serve as a director of a company on a temporary basis.




06 June 2019

Mkhwanazi takes the chair at EOH

Xolani Mkhwanazi’s appointment as chairman follows those of CEO Stephen van Coller and financial director Megan Pydigadu.

Sibanye curtails job losses in restructuring

Close to 3,500 employees will be affected, with voluntary separation, early retirement and natural attrition accounting for the bulk of the job losses.

Sanlam battles the headwinds

The insurer has grown new business and headline earnings despite turbulence in SA and other emerging markets.

Alex Forbes warns of earnings decline

The pension funds administrator has been affected by a number of write-offs and the cost of writing off an expensive IT contract.

Jubilee to double PGM production capacity

The company says it’s also progressing with its acquisition of the Sable Zinc refinery in Zambia as it tries to further diversify earnings.

My best and worst performers year to date

Today I was doing a quick month-end review of my US Share portfolio. Here are my Top five best performers.

Something has to give

It is amazing how quickly good news can turn to bad news in markets. Just a few weeks ago we had a set of events unfold...




05 June 2019

Taxing times for RCL Foods

The food producer says its chicken and sugar businesses have weighed on earnings due to imports and the new sugar tax.

Consolidated Infrastructure hobbled by the weak economy

The pan-African infrastructure group is now focused on growing its power and energy capabilities across the continent.

MAS’s move east pays dividends

The Central and Eastern European property investor aims to grow its distribution by 30% between now and June 2022.

Novus flags higher earnings

The print and packaging group’s 2018 results were affected by big impairments after Media24 renegotiated a printing contract.

Big four likely to bank 8% growth despite headwinds.

The performance of South Africa's major banks continues to compare favourably to banks in the USA, Canada, and Australia.

African Phoenix goes to court over pref share scheme

The investment group wants to buy back its preference shares as it shifts strategy.

Something has to give

It is amazing how quickly good news can turn to bad news in markets. Just a few weeks ago we had a set of events unfold...




04 June 2019

Imperial falls on unsatisfactory performance

The logistics group has reported weak operational performances will impair its Consumer Packaged Goods business as it rationalises its operations.

Aspen’s cheque’s in the mail

Lactalis made payment for Aspen's Nutritionals Business on Friday and it should appear in its bank account any day now.

Grand Parade in talks over Spur shareholding

It’s been speculated that the empowerment group could reduce its stake in Spur to focus on its Burger King franchise.

Cigarette companies taking strain

Reports last week indicate that cigarette sales in the US are falling more than forecast.

The Week Ahead of 3 June 2019

Trump’s actions on trade continue to dampen the outlook for US equities

German office demand boosts Sirius

The property investor has raised its full-year dividend by 6.3% following strong rental growth as it refined its strategy.

Delta trims dividend to fund capex

The property fund has forecast short-term pressure on earnings as it finalises bulk lease renewals and negotiates long-term financing of debt.




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