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01 October 2020
The bank almost tripled its credit impairment charge as it provided for the full impact of Covid-19 on its credit book.
The bank says increased credit provisions and private equity devaluations were behind the big decline.
The software and digital services provider says the resilience of many of its businesses has likely resulted in a rise in full-year HEPS.
New large contracts are expected to boost earnings next year and close the gap caused by the impact of Covid-19.
The industrial group says Tongaat Hulett Starch has been resilient during Covid-19, as have its equipment businesses.
The cement producer has delayed the release of its results by another week as its sorts out prior year accounts.
30 September 2020
The average length of stay for Covid-19 patients requiring a critical care bed has fallen to about six days after peaking at 17.
The pharmaceuticals group has appointed advisers as it accelerates the disposal of asset to reduce debt.
The Polish property group has held back on an interim dividend and may dispose of assets to strengthen its balance sheet.
After idling the furnace in July, the steelmaker says demand has recovered faster than expected.
The car dealership and rental group says its operations were closed at the height of the lockdown as they were not essential services.
After returning to profitability in the second half of last year, the property developer says Covid-19 impacted its performance this year.
29 September 2020
The ICT company has seen healthy demand for its products and services due to remote working requirements.
The mall owner says footcount at its Eastgate shopping centre is almost back to the same level as last year.
The rhodium market has been a speculator's dream over the last nine months.
With Ant Group, an associate company within the Alibaba stable, planning an IPO in Shanghai and Hong Kong the financial services company is opening up disclosure.
The events of 2020 have placed renewed importance on organizations' ability to deal with widespread uncertainty, disruption, and change.
The investment holding company says the pandemic impacted the earnings of the companies in its portfolio.
The private equity investor took a stake in Brait just before Covid-19 resulted in the closure of gyms and non-essential retailers.
28 September 2020
The group will report an interim loss due to operational losses and the final impairment of its GBK burger investment.
The London and JSE-listed property development and investment company says the vast majority of shareholders took up their rights.
The Polish landlord is not paying an interim dividend and is planning disposals to bring down its loan to value.
The investment holding company says its position will be dynamically assessed over the coming months.
The hospitals group has put four SA businesses up for sale and received an offer for the others.
Tesla unveils battery game-changing technology on the near horizon.
25 September 2020
The shopping centre owner says its focus on lower-LSM markets in non-metropolitan areas shielded it from the worst of the lockdown.
The fund is in a stronger position after selling Belgian properties and an interest in its Pan-European logistics portfolio.
The property fund says it will take advantage of a two-month extension before deciding on its final payout for the past year.
Ingham Analytics have published their latest thinking on the gold market.
The investment group says the pandemic eroded all the gains it achieved in the first half of the year.
The pharmaceuticals group says its management agreement with Ukusekela is already bearing fruit.