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04 October 2019
The group will report a much-improved start to its financial year thanks to work on renewable energy projects.
The ICT company expects to report a big increase in first-half earnings as the recovery at Westcon International continues.
Ingham Analytics issues a note on the healthcare sector of the JSE.
Weekly summary of Merger & Acquisition activity by South African companies
Weekly summary of all Merger & Acquisition activity from across Africa (excluding South Africa)
The investment holding company says its portfolio continues to feel the impact of tough conditions in the food and related business sector.
The financial services group says community unrest resulted in an 80 percent decline in production at its commodities trading business.
Current liabilities exceed current assets but the group has put its retirement villages business up for sale as it focuses on education.
Weekly summary of corporate finance activity by South African exchange listed companies
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03 October 2019
The pharmaceuticals and healthcare group has blamed the complexities of accounting for discontinued operations and new reporting standards.
Bidcorp says the QSR contract logistics market is non-core which is why it is selling Best Foods Logistics.
The fleet management and vehicle recovery group has benefitted from a strong rise in subscriber numbers over the past year.
The German-focused property group has a pipeline of acquisitions lined up and is also growing its Titanium joint venture.
The investment company says it was unable to commit any further capital to support the steelmaker, particularly as it was a non-core asset.
02 October 2019
The German investment company has dropped its hostile takeover bid but will remain a significant shareholder in the local company.
The group appealed a High Court ruling that return back an additional payment it received for biometrical registrations of social grant recipients.
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The telecommunications solutions company is cash generative due to its annuity-based business model.
The platinum producer is closer to commissioning its 1-million tonne per year mine outside Rustenburg.
The mining exploration company will soon be able to make an initial determination of the lead, zinc and silver at its Toral project.
01 October 2019
After paying a 4c interim dividend, the specialty chemicals group said it had deferred consideration of a final payout due to buyout talks.
The group plans to repurchase shares in an odd-lot offer and will unbundle its Textainer holding to shareholders.
The coal producer says it expects to start Phase 1 of the project before the end of March.
The group made a strong comeback in the second half of the year and has implemented measures to safeguard its operations.
Trade tension coupled with a possible Trump impeachment roil equity markets.
The pan-African real estate company says currency headlines and the costs of corporate activity reined in its total shareholder return.
The group has swung to a loss due to mark-to-market losses on its equity portfolio and weaker results from its motor books.
30 September 2019
The packaging group has sold its glass unit to a joint venture between Kwande Capital and SA Breweries.
The dairy and drinks group says all conditions for its takeover have been fulfilled.
The coloured gemstone miner says it will announce what it plans to do with its surplus money at the end of next month.
The payment systems group says it has now stabilised its SA business and is focused on turning a profit next year.
The shopping centre owner says an assessment by BDO puts the Comprop buyout offer at the lower end of a fair range.
The investment group says the value of its equity investments declined as markets and business confidence came under intense strain.