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23 April 2018
Although the retailer says things are moving forward, PwC only expects its investigation to be substantially completed by the end of December.
If approved, shareholders will receive three Old Mutual Ltd shares and one Quilter share for every three Plc shares.
The Public Investment Corporation has already said it won’t submit its 20.1% stake in the construction and engineering group to the offer.
The financial services group says recent improvements will provide a base for returning to dividend payments.
Omnia says the purchase of Oro Agri will accelerate its growth into key agriculture markets.
As we reflect on the progress made over the past 100 days, the evidence indicates that the ANC is changing for the better.
20 April 2018
The retailer says the full impact of structural changes implemented last year is still to come.
The health and beauty chain expects to open 40 new stores this year, well ahead of target.
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The branded food producer expects to report a strong rise in first-half profit as higher volumes offset price deflation.
The diversified miner has benefited from strong commodity prices and market demand for commodities including manganese and aluminium.
The financial advisory group says clients are more optimistic following the political change in the country.
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The UK property group says the heightened risks associated with buying intu outweigh the expected long-term results.
The private hospitals group says its Middle East division is entering a growth phase thanks to a significant improvement in Abu Dhabi.
The group says Lamberti resigned in the interests of the group and its stakeholders who may be prejudiced by the negative publicity.
The retailer is hopeful that sales improve as the year progresses due to the stronger rand, low inflation and lower interest rates.
The property fund says deputy chairman Sisa Ngebulana will replace Andile Mazwai as CEO until a suitable replacement has been found.
The group will become a minority shareholder in Jupiter as it focuses its attention on its coloured gemstones business.
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18 April 2018
The car dealer says an improving economy and the recent interest-rate cut will help cushion the impact of higher taxes on consumers.
A 50% decrease in Pioneer Foods' profit has weighed on Zeder’s earnings for the year to end February.
The bank is teaming up with SCMSA’s local management team as Saxo scales back in South Africa.
Since the end of 2017, the shopping centre owner says a number of administrations and restructurings have been initiated by tenants.
The private education group has bought Sandburg-Based primary school Cooper College with plans to add a high school.
The vehicle tracking and telematics company has grown subscribers to over three-quarters of a million and expects earnings to follow.
Credible reports are being received of alarming coal supply problems at numerous Eskom coal-fired power stations in South Africa's Mpumalanga province.
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17 April 2018
The glassmaker says returning to the JSE will give it greater access to capital markets to fund growth and acquisitions.
The gold miner hopes to have identified a new CEO before Venkat’s departure in August.
The engineering group says the plant represents an opportunity for it to deliver what may become a reference biomass power plant for Africa.
The technology investment group plans to grow revenue from the Asia Pacific region, which currently accounts for about 1% of sales.
Geopolitical tensions erupted last week with the west bombing Syria over the alleged use of chemical weapons by the Assad regime in Syria.
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