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24 December 2020
The global mining group expects to secure approval from Eskom in time to close the deal by the end of March.
The shopping centre owner has taken a secondary listing on the Irish Stock Exchange, which trades as Euronext Dublin.
The Randjespark property is currently occupied by one of its subsidiaries, which will rent it back from the empowerment buyers.
The private equity investor plans to rebuild its banking and financial services platform around the assets of fintech company MyBucks.
23 December 2020
Top trader Andrew Kinsey has some surprising statistics and outcomes to share.
The Central and Eastern Europe shopping centre owner says its malls are operating at about 80 percent capacity for now.
The company says it remains on track to be fully-invested in multi-let industrial properties by the end of its next financial year.
The Africa-focused energy company has agreed a coal supply deal with Vale as its Benga project progresses.
The construction and engineering group entered business rescue two and a half years ago.
The UK-based procurement and investment group has been impacted by Covid-19 and increased competition.
22 December 2020
The energy and chemicals group says the deal is part of its ongoing, strategy aligned, asset divestment programme.
Ingham Analytics unpack the quirks of this listing.
The real estate investment trust had planned to introduce a shareholder loan claim in order to preserve cash.
The pharmacy group has bought Medicare Health, which operates pharmacies across four provinces where it is underrepresented.
The retailer plans to pay down debt and create separate funding structures for its two Australian businesses.
The diversified mining and metals company expects to conclude the sale of its SA Energy Coal business early next year.
The property group will use the proceeds to make further acquisitions in UK multi-let industrial property.
21 December 2020
The gold mining company has generated its strongest free cash flow in close to a decade.
The publishing and printing group has increased its stake in Mpact after selling its interests in Octotel and RSAWeb.
Pepkor will issue new shares worth R1.05 billion to Steinhoff in return for properties it currently leases from the company.
The mining and exploration company was impacted by depleted opencast operations and a declining chrome ore price.
The engineering and construction group will ask shareholders to approve a R300 million rights issue, the second in under three years.
Nascent signs of a bipartisan stimulus package emerging in the US Congress.
18 December 2020
The Minister of Communications is using telecoms companies to force Nigerians to get national identity numbers.
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The community focused mall owner says almost all its stores have reopened following the most recent lockdown in England.
After a big decline at the height of the Covid-19 lockdown, its final sales cycles have been more positive.
The shopping centre owner says it has made progress in reaching agreements with tenants across Central and Eastern Europe.
For investors in Tencent (or Prosus or Naspers for that matter) Ingham Analytics latest note on Tencent entitled “Gaming for change” will be of interest.
The energy company is targeting a number of progressive supply agreements for its Benga power plant in Mozambique.
The records management and document storage company says a second international investor has expressed interest in buying it.