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20 September 2019
Trading losses and impairments at the mobile network operator are largely to blame for an expected loss at Blue Label.
The retailer launched an internal investigation following allegations of non-compliance with its code of conduct by two managers and a supplier.
The Gauteng High Court set the contract aside in July due to tender irregularities.
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The printing and publishing group says it has shown some resilience by posting a relatively small decline in headline earnings.
The real estate investment trust grew its 2019 distribution by over 10 percent on a comparable basis.
The real estate investment trust has trimmed its dividend by 20 percent due to tough conditions in SA and the UK.
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19 September 2019
The company only expects to see the benefits of key strategic initiatives next year.
The group’s Demaneng mine has benefitted from a strong rise in iron ore prices this year.
The group has resumed dividend payments and says it is in a good position to benefit from the current gold price environment.
Ingham Analytics is close to the action at Sasol and has issued several insightful notes.
The real estate investment trust will use the proceeds from the sale to reduce debt as it focuses on more lucrative sectors.
The coloured gemstone group says revenue from its ruby mine in Mozambique declined in the first half of its financial year.
18 September 2019
The JSE has warned the group that it will suspend its shares or even remove them if its results are not out this month.
The airline has reported a sharp rise in earnings due to its settlement with SAA over anti-competitive behaviour.
The niche banking group says it has decided to retain more capital than previously, resulting in a reduced payout.
The coal and heavy minerals producer is buying out its joint venture partner in Cennergi.
The tailings processor says the project has received keen interest from other miners who want to process their metal at its refinery.
The capital equipment and services group says it continues to pursue identified opportunities after taking a knock on the zinc project.
17 September 2019
Sasol has benefitted from a sharp rise in the price of oil following weekend attacks on facilities in Saudi Arabia.
The gases group says it will continue to focus on specific growth opportunities as the local economy remains under pressure.
The ICT group says it remains cautiously optimistic despite being surrounded by despondency due to the weak trading environment.
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The oil price is likely to spike in the wake of drone attacks on Saudi oil installations
The food producer is selling more higher-margin products globally and has been assisted by a weaker rand.
The poultry and feeds group will report lower full-year earnings as egg prices continue to decline.
The group says low business confidence levels and consumer caution will continue to constrain growth.
16 September 2019
The financial services group says a second letter terminating Peter Moyo’s contract remains valid and he is not welcome in the building.
The Medscheme owner has made a number of purchases as it grows its retail business.
Reports say the new government in Papua New Guinea wants to retain two-fifths of the gold from Wafi-Golpu
The shopping centre owner says the attraction of bricks and mortar stores complemented by unique experiential offerings continue to attract customers
Ingham Analytics says that a visit to Port Hedland in the Pilbara region of Western Australia reveals the sheer enormity of iron ore exports from Australia.
Its shares have jumped following a series of transactions as it establishes a cannabis businesses.
The property fund says weak macro-economic conditions in SA and the UK have had a big impact on its 2019 dividend.