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03 July 2020
The sale of its remaining Sun Slots stake to Sun International lapsed after all the conditions were not met by the end of June.
The printing and packaging group has written down the value of its operations as demand for printing declines.
BEE deals continue to stimulate M&A activity in SA, and the nature of the deals seems to indicate more cognisance of realising the objectives of the...
Financial plumbing is one the Ingham Analytics core competencies and this latest note on the South African Reserve Bank.
The gold producer and tailings process has launched an ADR programme through the Bank of New York Mellon.
Weekly summary of all Merger & Acquisition activity from across Africa (excluding South Africa)
Description: Weekly summary of Merger & Acquisition activity by South African companies
The platinum producer says it has bought back more than 40 percent of the preference shares issued to fund its empowerment deal.
Weekly summary of corporate finance activity by South African exchange listed companies
02 July 2020
The latest divestments are part of a response strategy aimed a mitigating the impact of Covid-19 and a lower oil price.
The stock exchange operator says for years Tongaat published financial information that was incorrect, false and misleading.
Ingham Analytics has issued an updated note on Anglo American.
The mining services requires external funding support which will be easier to secure in an unlisted environment.
Its businesses were hit hard by the Covid-19 lockdown but it is confident they will produce a positive return in the second half of the year.
The higher education group says just 51 students have withdrawn from its programmes specifically as a result of the pandemic.
The retail group says fees should reduce this year although it still has to pay its legal advisors.
01 July 2020
The drinks group will report a decline in full-year earnings but says its financial health has been boosted by the easing of alcohol restrictions.
The industrial group is cutting costs after reporting a first-half loss as it impaired its operations by R1.7 billion.
The property fund says it will adopt a lower and more prudent pay-out ratio in the future as it focuses on its long-term sustainability.
Lenders have agreed to relax covenants as long as it does not declare any further distributions this year.
The shopping centre owner says non-metropolitan malls have recovered quicker and consumers are doing their shopping closer to home.
New World Wealth's 2019 Wealth Migration Report revealed that America was the second most popular country to attract over 10 000 High Net Worth Individuals.
30 June 2020
Naspers, which owns global consumer internet group Prosus, says it is well positioned as Covid-19 accelerates the shift online.
Ingham Analytics say speculation that Tencent is in talks with Baidu to take a majority shareholding in iQIYI has boosted the share price of Tencent and...
The workplace solutions group says it is exploring opportunities to exit Australia following a review of its portfolio of businesses.
The property fund says some tenants in the food, beverages and entertainment sectors may not recover from Covid-19.
The Polish property investor already pulled its previous payout as it focuses on ways to strengthen its balance sheet and retain maximum liquidity.
Following a negative return on its investment, the group is selling parts of its 7 Arrows security business as it adopts a new strategy.
The investment company says it will use the proceeds to reduce debt secured by the property and will consider distributions to shareholders.
29 June 2020
The company wants to replace a R1.5 billion deal for 15 percent of Sun’s Latin American business with a bid for 50 percent of the entire...
Its shares plunged between the time it warned that administration was likely and their suspension hours later.
The stock and bond exchange operator says market volatility has supported first-half earnings, masking weakness in the economy and financial markets.
The aluminium products manufacturer has booked a R1.3 billion impairment of its businesses as it prepares for a further decline in demand.
The industrial group says most of its businesses were performing well until faced with Covid-19 and the lockdown.
US equity markets weaken as the number of new coronavirus cases spikes.