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19 December 2018

A2X enters the big league with Naspers listing

South Africa’s biggest company by market capitalisation has taken a secondary listing on the year-old exchange.

Gold Fields counts the costs as strike ends

The gold producer says it will still proceed with retrenchments at South Deep as it puts the mine on a sustainable road to recovery

Bearish price action is telling us a story

My trading and investing career started in 2009. At the time, I had no idea that we had been in a crash scenario or that all...

Would you like to help Friends of Johnny Clegg?

It reads like the a Blockbuster movie tagline: “Trained anthro-pologist and Durban academic becomes world-renowned and revered musician!”

The Week Ahead of 19 December 2018

#ChrisGilmour - All eyes on the Fed this week...




18 December 2018

Aspen's debt a bitter pill to swallow

The group has negotiated a temporary change to its debt covenants as it awaits the sale of its infant nutritional business.

Steinhoff creditors approve debt proposals

The retail group says the approvals will increase financial stability and allow it to focus on maximising its potential.

Stellar Capital finds buyer for Amecor

The investment group put its security communication equipment subsidiary up for sale after unsolicited buyers came forward for the group.

Shelagh Gastrow: Is corporate giving philanthropy?

It is important for non-profit organisations to understand the difference in values and purpose when it comes to private philanthropy and corporate social investment. Alignment of...

GROUNDUP: Questions and answers about the National Minimum Wage

This is what every employer and employee needs to know.

MOTORING: Mercedes-Benz A250 Sport: A class act

With an innovative cockpit and hi-tech user interface, nimble dynamics and plenty of kit, the third-generation A-Class finally has what it takes to tackle its rivals...




14 December 2018

Aspen could offload unit to Mylan

Mylan has taken over the distribution of a portfolio of products in Australia and New Zealand and has the option to purchase it for R1.93 billion.

Group Five assets attract interest

The construction and infrastructure group says a number of parties have expressed interest in buying various parts of its business.

Amplats forecasts bumper earnings

The platinum producer says it’s benefited from a higher rand-platinum price and a better performance across its operations.

Afrox flags lower earnings as it restructures

The industrial and healthcare gases group says the restructuring will help it grow profit in the future.

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 - Can M&A activity in SA recover?

Much of the developed world has seen explosive growth in mergers and acquisitions for 2018, but M&A activity in SA and Africa have languished




13 December 2018

Battle over as Astoria plans pay out

RECM has agreed to call off its voluntary offer to minorities in light of Astoria Investments’ proposed capital pay-out.

BAT maintains full-year guidance

The tobacco giant says it’s been growing its share of a declining market for cigarettes and selling more tobacco replacement products.

Mediclinic on track in Middle East

The private hospitals group says it expects revenue growth in the high single digits for the year to end-March.

Amplats wraps up BRPM sale

The platinum producer sold its 33% interest in the joint venture to Royal Bafokeng platinum as it simplifies its portfolio.

Musk Wants to Open Tesla Store in His South African Homeland

It's been almost 30 years since Elon Musk left South Africa to start a new life in North America. Now, the billionaire may be about to...

FACT CHECK: Are Richard's Bay coal exports the cause of SA's current power crisis?

A message circulating like wildfire on social media claims that Chinese ships are currently waiting to be loaded with millions of tons of coal in Richard's...

Zapiro: 70th Anniversary




12 December 2018

Anglo beats output target while cutting costs

The diversified mining group expects to beat its 2018 output target by 2%, with further improvements over the next three years.

EOH divided after CEO’s first 100-days

Stephen Van Coller says the move will help support its businesses as they need a different focus, capital structure and management.

Famous Brands makes headway with GBK arrangement

The quick-service restaurant group believes that the CVA will help with the long-term viability and sustainability of Gourmet Burger Kitchen.

New broom at Alexander Forbes sweeps clean

The financial services group is undertaking a strategic review with the aim to ensure its relevance in South Africa.

Group Five sucks it up at Kpone

The construction and engineering group says guarantee providers were obliged to pay $43.8 million over to Ghana’s Cenpower to complete the power plant.

ANC strengthens support, but remains under 60% – SAIRR poll

A new South African Institute of Race Relations (SAIRR) poll shows the governing ANC's support has increased ahead of the 2019 general elections, while the country's...

OP-ED: Alex Boraine, a prince of peace

A major legacy of Alex Boraine's life is the pushback it provides in effectively repelling a view too fashionable in some circles. It is about the...




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