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07 February 2019
With under two months until the expiry of ATON’s mandatory offer, its shares are still trading below the offer price but shareholders still have time.
The pulp and paper producer says it has benefited from the diversification of its portfolio of products.
The 45-day strike hurt fourth-quarter production at the mine, which has been restructured in an attempt to make it profitable.
There's been enough bad news about South Africa's state-owned electricity company in recent months to rattle the hardiest bond investor. Or so you'd think.
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06 February 2019
The group says the offer for Mareterram would further diversify its earnings and increase its market share in Australia.
The poultry producer says like many retailers it has been at the receiving end of constrained consumer spending.
The packaging and plastics group expects underlying earnings to much higher thanks to a strong showing from its Paper division.
Forecast profit growth may have disappointed the market due to the lofty P/E multiple the private schools group trades on.
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05 February 2019
Clover says the offer is an attractive opportunity for shareholders to realise value in cash and divest of their holdings at a big premium.
The platinum producer benefited from better prices and higher production due to an improved operational performance and the release of an inventory build-up.
The gold producer’s shares declined despite it flagging a more than sevenfold rise in full-year earnings.
Analysts said clearer guidance was needed from the network operator after the disappointing results of the previous couple of years.
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04 February 2019
The technology group has fought off allegations of impropriety for the past year and a half, which have weighed on its share price.
The construction and infrastructure company has been beset by problems that have resulted in its share price sliding by 90% over the past year.
The local steelmaker expects to return to profit for 2018, helped by the close to R3 billion sale of its stake in Macsteel International.
Gold production declined in the three months to end-December due to power interruptions, contributing to an expected first-half loss.
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01 February 2019
The group says meaningful action and implementation from the government on the economic front should kickstart the economy and lead to investment.
Weaker ferrochrome prices and lower volumes of chrome ore and ferrochrome sold were partially offset by a stronger rand.
The consumer and commercial electronics group says it's preparing to capitalise on opportunities once growth returns to the market.
A suspended PIC employee has broken open the inquiry into the state asset manager with allegations former CEO Dan Matjila backed his friend Iqbal Survé's bad...
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There is now a strong drive towards black entrepreneurs owning ‘real assets’ rather than minority stakes in enterprises they did not establish.