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The trade solutions and logistics group grew first-half earnings despite losses in its home market.
The logistics group has increased its interim dividend after growing its customer base and cutting costs.
Barring any unforeseen events, the gold producer plans to pay an interim payout as it benefits from rising production and a higher gold price.
The higher education group has merged four of its brands into a single multiversity in a move that will result in efficiencies.
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The healthcare investment group will report a big increase in earnings and an improvement in its net asset value.
Although Black Friday and the December holidays are historically the peak trading period for the industry, consumer spending remains unpredictable.
Four of its six divisions grew earnings over the past year despite the constraints of Covid-19.
Ingham Analytics gives a precursor to what they think Tito Mboweni will have to say and give a backdrop to the data.
The pan-African infrastructure group is in the midst of a debt restructuring that is critical to its sustainability and ability to trade.
The poultry producer will report a decline in full-year earnings as a result of ongoing water supply costs, land shedding and Covid-19.
After buying CNA in April, the group is busy acquiring a portfolio of assets from RAC Investments.
The retail group says it will post an interim headline loss but is well positioned for any economic recovery.
The retailer and wholesaler lost billions of rand in sales due to restrictions during the lockdown.
The shopping centre owner says the restrictions have been imposed for an initial two weeks when the situation will be reassessed.
Initial jobless claims in the US fell more than expected last week.
The mutual bank and microlender says increased business activity is needed to support an economic recovery.
The Glencore Merafe Chrome Venture reopened three of its smelters last month following the easing of lockdown restrictions.
The group says demand for its multi-let industrial properties continues as it reduces vacancies.