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14 May 2018
Market analysts say they don’t view Steinhoff as investable due to a lack of visibility on its net asset value, earnings and cash flow.
The steel producer claims that low standard gauge imports are being used in the informal roofing market.
The digital technology solutions provider is positioning itself for growing digitisation of the economy
As Donald Trump's longtime personal attorney, Michael Cohen earned a reputation as the "fixer" for the Manhattan real estate tycoon and a pit bull defender of...
Grand isn't a word usually associated with small cars - but it's how Hyundai designates its i10 hatchback. Fortunately, there's more to this tiny tot than...
Your electronic typo spotter is only as good as your proofreading skills - which is not always a good thing in the business of sound reputation...
11 May 2018
Apart from former CEO Markus Jooste, the retailer is considering action against some of its former executives, including reclaiming their bonuses.
Nedbank expects to book a profit from its pan-African associate after last year’s losses weighed on its performance.
The group says it plans to pay its first dividend in three years after making progress with its restructuring process.
The logistics-focused property fund says there’s strong demand in SA and the UK for modern logistics facilities as e-commerce takes off.
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The value of M&A activity involving companies listed on SA’s various exchanges during the first three months of 2018 was R130,6 billion, up from the R80...
Naspers has disposed of its entire 11.18% stake in Indian ecommerce company Flipkart Online Services to US-based retailer Walmart for $2,2 billion (R27,5 billion).
The technology group will only include half-year numbers from Westcon Americas in its full-year results after selling the business.
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10 May 2018
The tech and media group has sold its stake in the Indian eCommerce company for $2.2 billion after investing $616 million.
The cellphone operator still has €200 million in dividends and loans in Iran which may now be frozen under fresh US sanctions.
The global brewer has lost SA market share in the mainstream segment but is aiming for more of the premium market.
A number of once-off non-trading items will result in a surge in first-half earnings per share and a slump in headline earnings.
After a spate of acquisitions since listing last February, Long4Life sits with R1.7 billion in cash on its balance sheet.
One of the most frustrating aspects of the Patricia de Lille saga for some City of Cape Town insiders has been De Lille's creation of a...
Arsene Wenger said Tuesday he has been surprised at the number of job offers he has received since his departure from Arsenal was announced, urging the...
Starbucks is currently trading below its long-term P/E ratio The Nestle alliance announced this week is expected to add value to SBUX revenue. Now may be...
09 May 2018
The hotel and gaming group is launching a rights offer partially underwritten by activist shareholder Value Capital Partners.
The gold producer has sold off most of its South African operations, helping to reduce by 14%.
The Caterpillar dealer says more favourable commodity prices and increased mining activity are boosting demand for its equipment.
The property fund has declared a first-half distribution of 4%-5% in line with market guidance.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani warned that if the United States quits the nuclear deal then Washington will regret it "like never before", as British Foreign Secretary...
Southern hemisphere rugby's governing body on Monday dismissed as "simply wrong" media speculation that South Africa's Super Rugby teams were set to defect to Europe and...
08 May 2018
Grindrod Shipping will leave berth in a month’s time, with current Grindrod shareholders receiving one GSH share for every 40 Grindrod shares.
The real estate investment trust has lifted its interim distribution by 5.5% but says growth rates need to double for the market to flourish.
It says the offer requires shareholders to respond without knowing the ratio of cash to RAC preference shares they might get.
The group says improved consumer confidence, a better harvest and an expanded store network should result in stronger revenue growth.
The roads and construction group says its order book from SANRAL and local government has shrunk as spending dries up.
#ChrisGilmour - Britain’s Conservative Party fared far less badly in the English council elections than most had predicted, with the Labour Party failing to capitalize on...
Zero harm was widely welcomed as a target by the mining industry. But despite considerable improvements, mining fatalities remain unacceptably high. Why?