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15 October 2020
Sky News reported that a British businessman reached a deal to buy the upmarket burger chain through a pre-pack administration.
The aluminium products manufacturer says a number of countries have had higher anti-dumping duties imposed on them.
The company says continued investment in its business and high barriers to entry should support future earnings.
Fund under management have recovered from March, when equity markets toppled due to Covid-19.
With buying increasing ahead of the holiday season, De Beers says it is too early to call a sustained recovery in trading conditions.
The renewable energy company says conditions are now favourable to implement the proposed listing in the US.
14 October 2020
The fertiliser and chemicals group is in final negotiations after receiving an offer for the business this year.
The ICT group has already conducted due diligence on its rival and a deal could affect the price of its shares.
The property group says Covid-19 has resulted in increased demand for prime modern logistics space.
The group is expected to report that first-half profit increased by at least a fifth.
Cheryl-Jane Kujenga led a balance sheet restructuring process while CFO at Adcorp.
The brickmaker closed most of its operations at the height of the lockdown, with it coal mining operation running at reduced capacity.
13 October 2020
Shareholder activist Theo Botha says the transaction will probably go ahead as Sasol battles to reduce its debt.
The property developing is paying its final dividend for 2020 alongside its interim dividend due to higher cash resources.
Top trader Andrew Kinsey takes this a step further in "Gold a must?" in which he examines historic and current factors affecting gold.
The engineering and construction services group says its order book supports a return to profitability this year.
The publishing and printing group says the businesses need focused shareholders to take them to the next level
The metals processing company will soon add copper to the mix as it prepares for its first production.
12 October 2020
Covid-19 has added to a torrid time for the cement producer, which it taking urgent steps to reduce its debt.
The embattled retailer says the process has been more complex and time-consuming than expected.
Climate risk continues to weigh on Sasol.
The diversified resources group says it will apprise the market as soon as a transaction has been concluded.
US weekly jobless claims totalled 840 000 last week, slightly higher than the consensus forecast of 825 000 and slightly lower than the previous week’s revised...
09 October 2020
The restaurant group says the recovery has exceeded its expectations given the tight consumer environment.
The construction and roadbuilding group will report a first-half loss but is encouraged by new infrastructure projects.
Ingham Analytics have issued an Energy Monitor, a new theme that looks at developments in the broad energy basket.
Weekly summary of Merger & Acquisition activity by South African companies
Weekly summary of all Merger & Acquisition activity from across Africa (excluding South Africa)
The lifestyle investment company says all three division have been negatively impacted by the pandemic.
The financial services group says the payout reflects its strong financial position and confidence in its prospects.
Weekly summary of corporate finance activity by South African exchange listed companies