NEWS ARCHIVES


20 February 2018

Anglo Platinum rewards shareholders after restructuring

The platinum producer has resumed dividend payments after a long restructuring process.

Liberty Two Degrees misses distribution forecast

The property group says its distribution was held back by a Put transaction with its parent company, as well as Stuttafords’ closure.

Curro marked down on Meridian

The private education group trades at a historic price to earnings multiple of 73 yet grew earnings by 17%.

Rolfes rebounds as it brushes away legacy issues

After a weak first quarter, the speciality chemicals group said it had a “remarkable recovery” in the second three months.

The week ahead

The momentous events unfolding in South Africa last week clouded almost everything else in the media. But eventually, Cyril Ramaphosa was installed as President and he...

Op-Ed: Van Onselen's false revolution cannot go unchallenged

Nothing is more frustrating than analysts and journalists whose hatred and dislike of the Economic Freedom Fighters blinds their ability to not only see the truth,...




19 February 2018

Absa off the hook as Court rebukes Mkhwebane

The bank says it hopes the decision of the High Court puts the Bankorp matter to rest.

Resilient hires Fakie for probe

The real estate investment trust is set to fall out of the JSE’s Top 40 index due to a 50% decline in its market cap this...

Studio beats its pre-listing forecast

The private tertiary education group says its 2017 loss per share will be smaller than predicted.

Strong demand for Clicks bookbuild

The pharmacy and healthcare chain placed shares was part of the unwind of an empowerment transaction.

Cartrack racks up more subscribers as it aims at the uninsured market

The vehicle recovery systems group expects to report double-digit growth for the foreseeable future.

Report: A tale of two days – Zuma’s last and Ramaphosa’s first

Jacob Zuma's last-minute resignation from the country's presidency left ANC parliamentarians with a palpable sense of relief after the caucus convinced him they would vote with...

Ramaphosa’s turn: Hard work ahead

The election and swearing in of Matamela Cyril Ramaphosa as South Africa's fifth president on Thursday marked the end of a bruising 11 days in the...

A civil engineer’s view: What Cape Town could do with its stormwater

Cape Town gets more rain than it can use - but at the moment it doesn't have capacity to clean or store all this water. Late...




16 February 2018

Discovery, Aspen bounce on healthy profit forecasts

Discovery says first-half profit will be up to a third higher, while Aspen’s could grow by more than a quarter.

Dis-Chem store roll out boosts sales

The opening of 30 new stores helped grow turnover to R8.5 billion in the 22 weeks to 2 February.

Cash-flush South32 boosts dividend

The group has more than doubled its interim payout and says it will continue with its share buy-back program.

DRDGold bounces back on higher production

The introduction of an automated monitoring system at its Ergo plant has resulted in a more stable flow of material.

Blue Label gets tax boost from Cell C’s losses

The telecoms services company expects first-half earnings to double due to an increase in a deferred tax asset.

Rolfes flags earnings fall after results restatement

After a poor first quarter, the speciality chemicals group said the second quarter showed a significant improvement and recovery.

Corporate finance activity of the week

Exxaro Resources to pay a special dividend: The company has, following the disposal of its stake in Tronox, resolved to pay a special dividend of R4,5...

Who’s doing what in the South African & African M&A space?

Old Mutual Wealth Private Client Advisers has announced the acquisition of A&M Financial Services for an undisclosed sum. The acquisition, based in the UK, will add...




15 February 2018

Gold Fields plans another high capex year

Despite posting a loss for 2017, the gold producer says it was largely cash neutral thanks to outperformance from its international operations.

GroundUp: Mines report progress in preventing deadly silicosis

But very little information on dust monitoring. By Pete Lewis for GROUNDUP.

Emira grows distribution as vacancies decline

Although trading conditions remain tough, the property fund has reduced its vacancies and kept a lid on costs.

PPC cements Claassen into CEO position

The former head of its SA operations will take over as permanent CEO, while Rest of Africa head Njombo Lekula replaces him.

#CapeWaterGate: The figures prove that Capetonians are saving water

We're not entirely sure where the 60% of water-wasters are hiding, but the City's own figures show that Cape Town's residents responded to calls to reduce...

Op-Ed: Managing Zuma’s departure without undermining democratic values

Cyril Ramaphosa has - for some weeks - engaged Jacob Zuma regarding his vacating the State Presidency. It is important that Zuma leaves and it may...

Street Talk: Must Zuma buzz off? (Video)

Should he stay? Should he go? Should he be dragged to court and prosecuted? And will Cyril Ramaphosa do a better job? We hit the streets...




14 February 2018

Kumba grows earnings 12% in fatality-free year

The iron ore producer is paying out more in dividends than it made in earnings due to its strong cash position.

Hidden Valley to help Harmony meet production targets

The gold miner is aiming for 1.1 million ounces of gold this year as Hidden Valley in Papua New Guinea increases its production.

Comair maintains altitude despite economic headwind

The airline’s shares fell after it said it was trimming its interim dividend to 5c despite a 6% rise in revenue and higher earnings.

Pan African looks to surface tailings for sustainability

The gold miner aims to source a bigger portion of its production from long-life, low-cost tailings operations.

Sponsored - Breakthrough in digital identification takes the pain out of KYC and FICA

A new integrated smartphone enabled technology means consumers will be able to control how organisations use their digital identity and information.

The week ahead

February has been especially poor for global equity markets. All of the euphoria that was so apparent in late 2017 and into January of this year...

Op-Ed: Post Zexit – lessons for Ramaphosa on building an inclusive state

A voluntary exit by Jacob Zuma would help the ruling party remain more cohesive, and Cyril Ramaphosa should not be maligned for attempting to effect this....




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