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01 June 2018
The fast food and luxury goods group has reported wider losses as it invests in rolling out Domino’s and Starbucks outlets.
Shares in Aveng jumped 36% yesterday after Murray & Roberts said it planned to discuss the merits of a merger with ATON.
The contract services group has grown its Security and Risk Solutions business through a number of deals last year.
The telecoms and fintech group says acquisitions made last year have opened it up to new growth opportunities.
The property group plans to buy back up to 4.99% of its own shares as it says they trade at a big discount to NAV.
This week, I have to recommend staying up late on Saturday night to watch the Springboks in action against Wales. This will be the first time...
Have a look to see what is happening this week in our DealMakers section with the latest M&A results with JSE-listed, unlisted and companies in Africa...
Old Mutual has announced it intends to proceed with a global offering of up to 9.6% of Quilter. The price range will be published on June...
Peermont, a leading South African gaming, entertainment and hospitality company, has implemented a range of complex and holistic balance sheet optimisation transactions to position the company...
Prior to joining Bravura, Roberts held positions at Rand Merchant Bank, Bank of America Merrill Lynch (London and Johannesburg), Deutsche Bank (London) and Vodacom (internal M&A).
31 May 2018
Almost a third of Spar’s turnover is generated in foreign currency and the rand’s depreciation against the euro helped boost first-half earnings.
The packaging group still plans to sell its glass business and expects to conclude a deal by the first half of next year.
The real estate investment trust is experiencing strong deal flow and seeing the benefits of the operating infrastructure it has created in Spain.
The short-term lender says there are big opportunities in the $46 billion per year US alternative financial services market.
Cape Town - South Africa's top tennis player, Kevin Anderson , has sailed into the second round of the French Open after a straight-sets victory over...
The European Union will deploy observers to Zimbabwe's general election expected in July, the first time in 16 years the bloc will monitor polls in the...
30 May 2018
The retailer says the fall in Steinhoff’s share price meant the risk of liability on its third-party guarantees could no longer be considered remote.
Aveng says merging with M&R would be in the best interests of shareholders and it’s continuing to pursue a deal.
The offer price values MTN’s Ghanaian operation at about R17 billion.
The bank that was formed out of ABIL’s good assets has reported a drop in credit impairments as it focuses on lower-risk customers.
While its foundation business experience a tough year, it was supported by its metals recycling operation.
Italy was mired in fresh political chaos after the populist parties' bid to take power collapsed with the president set to appoint Monday a pro-austerity economist...
US and North Korean officials met Sunday at a border truce village as preparations resumed for a high-stakes, high-drama summit that President Donald Trump suggests could...
29 May 2018
The telecoms group invested R7.9 billion in capex last year as it grows its mobile and fibre network.
The ICT and electronics group says there’s been an unprecedented reduction in demand from SOEs and municipalities.
ATON has also been told to make a mandatory R17 per share offer to Murray & Roberts’ shareholders.
The sale price implies that ArcelorMittal SA’s stake in Macsteel International is worth more than its entire market capitalisation.
The sugar producer faced unfair competition from imports after the government failed to put proper safeguards in place.
#ChrisGilmour: The SA Reserve Bank’s Monetary Policy Committee decided last week to keep the repo rate on hold at 6.5%. Although this was widely anticipated, SARB...
28 May 2018
The African retail giant says it will report lower first-half earnings after making provisions to deal with Steinhoff’s collapsing share price.
The German group has bought more shares in Murray & Roberts at R17 each and is now obliged to increase its offer to minorities.
The fund manager says the market for virtual currencies is evolving at a rapid pace, attracting both domestic and international flows.
The rand’s strength at the beginning of the year and so-called metal price lag will more than halve Hulamin’s first-half earnings.
The welcome announcement on Thursday of the appointment of Dr Seswantsho Godfrey Lebeya to head the Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (the Hawks) comes at a...
North Korea said Friday it was still willing to talk to the United States after President Donald Trump abruptly cancelled a summit between the two countries, a...