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The value retailer warns that the end of government support initiatives is likely to affect discretionary spending.
The private hospital group says it is working with health authorities to support government-led vaccination roll-out plans.
The real estate investment trust says its solvency and liquidity would be at risk if it met the minimum distribution requirement.
The gold mining company expects to generate the first power from the solar photovoltaic plant in the third quarter of the year.
The investment fund has been reducing its stake in British American Tobacco and increasing its insurance investment.
Chris Griffith will take over from Nick Holland, who has led the gold mining company for the past 13 years.
The diversified mining company is targeting the divestment of its SA Energy Coal business by the end of March.
The industrial holding company will retain a 50 percent stake in the business through its partnership with the Akoo family.
The retail and wholesale group says fourth-quarter sales were weaker but showed an improvement from earlier in the year.
The real estate investment trust says new lockdown measures will delay the expected recovery in its operating assets.
The diversified resources group has raised iron ore guidance for the year after restarting its Samarco operations in Brazil.
Local investors will get shares in Nasdaq-listed Montauk Resources without impacting their foreign investment allowances.
Sales grew in all regions with the exception of Europe, where they were curtailed by renewed public health protection measures and a halt in tourism.
The platinum group metals and gold producer says it is well positioned to deliver a more consistent and improved performance this year.
Following the TAP deal, the company owns about 89 percent of the shipping containers in its fleet.
The investment holding company still trades at a significant discount to the value of its underlying investments.
The drilling programme forms part of a pre-feasibility study of the Spanish lead, zinc and silver project.
Turnover at its African operations was boosted by the acquisition of Jet in September.
The diversified commodities marketer and trader has transferred its effective 73 percent interest in the copper mining company.
The shopping centre owner has collected 41 percent of rent owed for the first quarter as lockdown restrictions are tightened in the UK and Europe.
The lifestyle investment company has been repurchasing shares rather than using surplus liquidity to pay dividends.
The property fund says investors holding less than 2 percent of its shares tendered them to a mandatory offer.
The investment holding company says its Constantia Insurance business has produced nine consecutive months of underwriting profits.
The specialist engineering and construction group says its former client acted in utmost bad faith by calling in bond securities.
The metals processing company has placed almost 5 percent of its enlarged share capital with institutional shareholders.
The SFO will continue to offer assistance to the ongoing investigations of other law enforcement partners.
The retailer will report a decline in first-half sales and earnings as Covid-19 continues to affect its stores in SA and the UK.
The shopping centre owner says about 30 percent of its floorspace remains operational due to trading restrictions.
The pharmaceuticals group says the antiparasitic remedy has not been authorised as a treatment for Covid-19.
Brasher will be replaced by Pieter Boone, who was identified in a global search that included internal candidates.
The private schools group has bought a preparatory school in Port Elizabeth, using some of the proceeds of a rights issue.
The investment holding company extended an offer it made to one minority shareholder of the poultry and food group.
The metals processing company is expanding into copper and cobalt as its PGM and chrome operations mature.
The antenna specialist has said it wants to strengthen its radio frequency and microwave electronic design and manufacturing capabilities.
The company, which shares in a joint venture with Glencore, says production was impacted by Covid-10, weak markets and electricity constraints.
The vehicle telematics group continues to grow subscribers as it targets a Nasdaq listing.
The mining company says it is on track to meet its full-year production guidance in a strong spot market for platinum group metals.
The real estate investment trust has benefitted from new leases while investing in its landmark Paris property.
The disposal, announced last October, will help the fertiliser and chemicals group pay off debt and return cash to shareholders.
Tellumat sold its Air Traffic Management and Defence and Security businesses to Hensoldt South Africa for an undisclosed sum.
Companies will no longer pay dividends to shareholders using cheques as they have been discontinued by banks.
The specialist engineering and construction group expects to return to profitability this year as new projects start contributing to earnings.
Buyers of the business withdrew their investment application on advice that it would be rejected by the Federal Government of Australia.
The tin miner is developing more resources adjacent to its Mpama North site in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The infrastructure supplies group has been taken over by shareholder Pruta Securities.
A general offer to shareholders has kicked in after a scheme of arrangement failed to win enough support.
Medical aid administrator Medscheme will hold the managed care services contract for 5 years, with a few new add-ons.
Founding shareholder Zak Calisto is offering shareholders a stake in his holding company if they want to remain invested in the vehicle telematics group.
After a delayed reaction to a jump in the price of Brent crude on Tuesday, Sasol rose to its highest since last February.
The hotel operator extended the closing date for its general offer to 29 January.
The REIT will now pay a cash dividend, giving shareholders the option to reinvest in Hyprop shares.
The paper and packaging group plans a mandatory offer to minority shareholders after buying a majority stake in Olmuksan International Paper.
Sean Riskowitz says he will delay all personal remuneration until shareholder value is restored.
The short-term insurer will continue with its application for leave to appeal the Ma-Afrika judgment, specifically regarding the indemnity period.
The cash proceeds from the transaction will be used to repay near-term debt obligations.
The investment company has moved out of the fuel business as it focuses on growing its healthcare assets.
The German-focused real estate group says it continues to benefit from a strong cash position as it makes further acquisitions.
The mining services company requires external funding support which it says it will be easier to secure in an unlisted environment.
The investment holding company is profiting from the growing market for medicinal cannabis and has disposed of its fuel businesses.
The disposal of its stake in the Malian mine wraps up a portfolio rationalisation that started in 2014.
Shareholders approved a full takeover by parent company group Linde earlier this month.
The property group plans to switch its entire portfolio to UK multi-let industrial estates by March 2022.
The real estate investment trust will use the proceeds to pay down debt and fund development opportunities.
The diversified resources group says it will continue to evaluate its options on the investment as part of its strategic review.
The freight and logistics group decided to dispose of its stake in the agri business last year after deeming it non-core.
Production at the iron ore mine was suspended five years ago after a dam collapsed, destroying towns and killing 19 people.
The European real estate company is focused on growing its presence in Central and Eastern Europe.
The investment company says all its companies have had to adjust to the new and challenging environment.
The brewing giant says the deal will help it optimise its assets, unlock shareholder value and repay debt.
The global mining group expects to secure approval from Eskom in time to close the deal by the end of March.
The shopping centre owner has taken a secondary listing on the Irish Stock Exchange, which trades as Euronext Dublin.
The Randjespark property is currently occupied by one of its subsidiaries, which will rent it back from the empowerment buyers.
The private equity investor plans to rebuild its banking and financial services platform around the assets of fintech company MyBucks.
The Central and Eastern Europe shopping centre owner says its malls are operating at about 80 percent capacity for now.
The company says it remains on track to be fully-invested in multi-let industrial properties by the end of its next financial year.
The Africa-focused energy company has agreed a coal supply deal with Vale as its Benga project progresses.
The construction and engineering group entered business rescue two and a half years ago.
The UK-based procurement and investment group has been impacted by Covid-19 and increased competition.
The real estate investment trust had planned to introduce a shareholder loan claim in order to preserve cash.
The energy and chemicals group says the deal is part of its ongoing, strategy aligned, asset divestment programme.
The pharmacy group has bought Medicare Health, which operates pharmacies across four provinces where it is underrepresented.
The property group will use the proceeds to make further acquisitions in UK multi-let industrial property.
The diversified mining and metals company expects to conclude the sale of its SA Energy Coal business early next year.
The retailer plans to pay down debt and create separate funding structures for its two Australian businesses.
The gold mining company has generated its strongest free cash flow in close to a decade.
The publishing and printing group has increased its stake in Mpact after selling its interests in Octotel and RSAWeb.
Pepkor will issue new shares worth R1.05 billion to Steinhoff in return for properties it currently leases from the company.
The mining and exploration company was impacted by depleted opencast operations and a declining chrome ore price.
The engineering and construction group will ask shareholders to approve a R300 million rights issue, the second in under three years.
The community focused mall owner says almost all its stores have reopened following the most recent lockdown in England.
The shopping centre owner says it has made progress in reaching agreements with tenants across Central and Eastern Europe.
The Minister of Communications is using telecoms companies to force Nigerians to get national identity numbers.
The energy company is targeting a number of progressive supply agreements for its Benga power plant in Mozambique.
After a big decline at the height of the Covid-19 lockdown, its final sales cycles have been more positive.
The timber group is preparing for its first high-yield soft citrus crop as it diversifies its business and earnings.
The group believes it has sufficient available financing to continue its business and that its financials have been prepared on a going-concern basis.
The records management and document storage company says a second international investor has expressed interest in buying it.
The inclusion of Prosus will take the combined market cap of companies listed on the stock exchange to almost R5 trillion.
Owner African Rainbow Capital Investments says 1.5 million of its customers are actively using their accounts.
The move follows the withdrawal of its most recent financial statements after its auditors withdrew their audit opinion on evidence of fraud.
Another period of reduced production and a drop in the chrome price could threaten its ability to continue as a going concern.
The pharmaceuticals and natural medicines group already has two significant export contracts.
The investment holding company is profiting from the growing market for medicinal cannabis and has disposed of its fuel businesses.
The publishing and printing group is disposing of its stakes in Octotel and RSAWeb to a private equity investor.
Following a number of disposals, the agri group said it had made good progress in achieving its debt reduction milestones.
The UK software and solutions group commences unconditional trading on the London and Johannesburg stock exchanges on Thursday.
The diversified mining group aims to grow volumes by 20 to 25 percent over the next three to five years.
Barring any new restrictions in the event of further Covid-19 waves, production is expected to return to normal from next year onwards.
The infrastructure supplies group has proposed a scheme of arrangement to buy out minority shareholders and delist.
The ICT group has been impacted by the weak economy and a slowdown in government spending.
The listing will take the number of securities on A2X to 39 with a combined market cap of more than R2.2 trillion.
A rise in its share price swayed bondholders from taking up the invitation.
The emerging natural gas producer is developing what it believes is one of the highest concentrations of helium globally at Virginia in the Free State.
The industrial holding company says its strategy and diversified business model have proven to be resilient through the Covid-19 crisis.
The company is expanding its Temporary Employment Services business into more niched and highly skilled resources.
The industrial holding company will still own a stake through its joint venture with the Akoo family in Durban.
The tobacco giant says the Covid-hit has not been as bad as expected, while the resumption of SA sales has helped.
The real estate investment trust says it is disappointed its share price has not reflected its performance.
The life insurance group says the gradual easing of lockdown conditions has supported sales but it expects conditions to remain challenging.
The hotel group says occupancies continue to recover but it will still report a decline in first-half earnings.
The property fund says its auditors have withdrawn their audit opinion on its 2020 numbers which will delay the release of its interim results.
The fund manager credits its low-cost investment and savings products for a big rise in full-year earnings.
The cement producer says its capital restructuring project remains a key priority.
The appointment means the gold miner will have two women at the helm after Christine Ramon took over as interim CEO.
The company will consider dividends for ordinary shareholders in the medium term once it has de-risked the preference share structure.
Shareholders have approved the repurchase of up to 20 percent of its stock.
The platinum group metals company fixed the Phase A unit at its ACP Convertor Plan more than three months ahead of schedule.
The PGM producer says the move will reduce its debt liability and reduce the potential for future dilution to existing shareholders.
After buying back more than 40 million shares earlier this year, the investment company plans to spend up to R114 million repurchasing more stock.
The Central and Eastern Europe property group cashed in on an improvement in the Unibail Rodamco Westfield share price.
The company does not expect the departure of Berlin to impact a funding package for its flagship Makhado coal mine.
The coal producer says offtake by Eskom and other trading clients has not recovered to pre-lockdown levels.
The iron ore miner says it is ensuring that its value chain remains balanced, with finished stock maintained at optimal levels.
The multi-let industrial property group says there is demand from business wanting to start or grow their e-commerce operations.
Revenue from its energy storage business will be down by less than expected while its automotive components vertical has been more affected.
The consumer and commercial electronics group says it benefitted from rising demand for alternative energy solutions.
Tsholofelo Molefe replaces Ralph Mupita as group CFO and will support the execution of its growth and deleveraging strategy.
The Lucky Star owner says it was supported by continued demand and firm pricing for its products.
The employee benefits business says its clients were badly affected by the lockdown, with retrenchments, salary cuts, reduced retirements savings and business closures.
The electronics manufacturer and distributor will report a profit after slashing operating expenses and reducing losses at its manufacturing division.
The resources group says higher volumes and the weaker rand have cushioned a decline in coal prices.
The property fund says there is a material uncertainty on its ability to continue as a going concern.
The shopping centre owner says tenants at its malls spread specials out for the month of November due to Covid-19.
The sugar producer and landowner has also made progress in reducing debt in line with its commitment to lenders.
The technology services group is still trying to sell its IP businesses as it reduces debt while refinancing talks continue.
The energy and chemicals group says it has also successfully concluded talks with its lenders to keep its amended debt covenant in place.
The investment holding company says an offer to buy up to 100 million shares should not be seen as a takeover.
The bank has reported a continued improvement since August but says a dividend is unlikely this year.
The cement producer says after a difficult start to the year due to Covid-19, sales recovered strongly in the second quarter.
The packaging group was impacted by lockdowns, the ban on alcohol sales in SA and hefty impairments.
The real estate investment trust says offshore dividends were withheld and Covid-19 had a big impact on its local portfolio.
The pharmaceuticals group says its drugs and hospital equipment should offset the negative commercial impact of the pandemic.
The distribution centre is the second development deal to arise from its partnership with UK property developer Newlands.
The technology group is planning to demerge and list its Bytes UK business on the London Stock Exchange before Christmas.
After a good first-half, the fund manager says it will report strong full-year earnings growth.
After holding back on an interim payout, the bank says a final dividend will depend on a host of factors including regulatory guidance.
The investment holding and management company has sold businesses to strengthen its balance sheet while keeping a lid on costs.
The industrial group says it managed to maintain a strong balance sheet and cash balance, positioning it for the long-term.
The property fund has held back on an interim dividend and says its full-year distribution will be based on a 75 percent payout ratio.
The platinum and chrome producer has benefitted from an improved operational performance and higher PGM prices.
The engineering and infrastructure group says it is focused on restructuring its balance sheet and reducing debt
The property group says trading at its shopping centres has recovered but vacancies are also on the rise.
The industrial group says revenue and trading profit are in line with last year despite the impact of Covid-19 on growth and confidence.
The industrial group has faced a number of additional expenses and write-downs.
Its shares slumped after it postponed the release of its interim results while it figures out the impact of fraud on its accounts.
The online share trading and investment platform has scaled up significantly and entered new partnerships over the past year.
The public-private partnership includes a major upgrade of roads at the busiest inland border post in the country.
The beleaguered construction group is reducing loss-making projects so it can return to profitability.
The value retailer is also adding baby, school uniform and gifting lines to its offering.
The poultry group says egg prices were supported by the lockdown but have since dipped following the easing of restrictions.
The packaging group has been impacted by Covid-19, impairments and volatile currencies.
The group says footfall has returned to its retail fuel outlets and revenue has recovered - but not quite to pre-Covid-19 levels.
The engineering and construction group says new project awards are only likely to contribute to its second-half performance.
The furniture and appliances retailer reported pent up demand as its stores reopened after the toughest lockdown restrictions were eased.
The recruitment and training company slashed costs to deal with the fallout from Covid-19.
The real estate investment trust will no longer pay out 100 percent of distributable earnings to shareholders.
The digital technology investment company is in a stronger position after repositioning and restructuring its operations.
The infrastructure group says the move is aimed at protecting investors with limited information about its predicament.
The chemicals, fertiliser and explosives group has reduced debt and reorganised its business following an 18-month restructuring.
The fund manager says net client outflows should be expected in periods when economic conditions are tough and investor sentiment is negative.
The energy and chemicals group is selling non-core assets as it refocuses its operations and reduces debt.
After growing core HEPS by 23 percent for five years, its track record was broken by lockdown disruptions.<
The electrical engineering, electronics and ICT group says its operations have shown an improvement following the easing of lockdown restrictions.
The platinum and chrome producer grew production as prices of platinum group metals rallied.
The value retailer has swung to a loss after booking big impairments due to the impact the pandemic and constrained growth expectations.
The value retailer has swung to a loss after booking big impairments due to the impact the pandemic and constrained growth expectations.
The private hospital group says patient volumes are only likely to stabilise at more normalised levels next year.<
The listing of the restaurant group takes the number of securities on the exchange to 38 with a combined market capitalisation of R2.2 trillion.
The German-focused property group says it is in a strong cash positions with a healthy pipeline of opportunities.
The industrial group says revenue at almost all of its businesses has returned to above 80 percent of pre-lockdown levels.
The fast-moving consumer goods group admits that its full-year results have been disappointing but it expects to reverse the trend.
By the end of last month, most of its franchised restaurants had reopened with turnover recovering to previous levels.
The fintech group became profitable at the halfway stage as its EasyEquities online investment platform scaled up.
The short-term insurer believes the Western Cape High Court erred in its judgement regarding causation and the insured peril.
The energy and chemicals group will use the proceeds to reduce debt and may still resort to a rights issue.
The insurer says a pandemic reserve set up earlier this year will be reassessed at the end of December.
The gaming group says its operations delivered a solid performance last month as restrictions were relaxed.
The private hospital group has reported a loss but says activity is picking up at its hospitals.
The banking group held back on a final dividend for its 2020 year following guidance from banking regulators.
The retail group says trading conditions across its operations continue to be impacted by Covid-19.
Although many of its performance metrics are improving, the bank says it is focused on preserving capital.
Despite losses at its Polish business after Covid-19 disrupted progress in the new market, the group has grown earnings and raised its dividend.
The energy and chemicals group acknowledges the erosion of shareholder value over the past two years.
Virgin Active and New Look have closed their doors once again due to new lockdown restrictions in Europe and the UK.
The fund has announced a top-up payment on its previous distribution but is holding back on an interim payment for now.
The electrical engineering, electronics and ICT group says free cash flow generation was in line with historic ratios despite the tough environment.
The industrial group says the potential disposal represents an attractive opportunity to monetise its investment in a major subsidiary.
While sales of pies and fruit juice have recovered, the food group says it will continue to feel the aftershock of the Covid-19 pandemic.
On top of Covid-19, the construction group has faced increased losses in Australia as it prepares to scale down its business there.
The self storage property specialist says enquiry levels returned to pre-Covid-19 levels by the end of May as restrictions were eased.
The construction and road building company says it is well positioned to participate in infrastructure projects announced by the government.
The fund manager experienced its first half-year net outflows as investors became more cautious and it lost mandates.
The logistics, supply chain and dealership group expects a big recovery this year if there are no further lockdowns.
The network operator says data usage surged in the first half of its financial year due to demand from stay-at-home customers.
Over budget and way past schedule, Sasol says the last unit at its Lakes Charles Chemicals Project is now in operation.
The retailer has welcomed the recent easing of restrictions on alcohol sales.
The poultry and feeds group is paying a final dividend after surviving the worst of the lockdown.
The offer is lower than the carrying value of Scanmed, resulting in an additional impairment.
The companies have benefitted from growth in e-commerce and their investment in Chinese internet giant Tencent.
The stockbroker, fund management and private client business says delisting will level the playing field with competitors.
The IT security specialist reported lower first-half revenue and earnings but has excess cash on hand.
The property group is required to make a distribution by the end of February in order to retain its REIT status.
The investment holding company still needs the approval of shareholders and the competition authorities in eSwatini and Zimbabwe.
The hotel operator, which is buying out Hospitality Property Fund, says uncertainty and the weak economy will continue to weigh on the sector.
The printing and packaging group has taken steps to right-size its business, with the benefits expected next year and beyond.
The casino operator will report an interim loss due to the impact of the Covid-19 lockdown on its operations.
The private hospital group says after recovering, its Swiss and Middle East operations will be affected by a second wave of Covid-19.
The two mines most affected by Covid-19, South Deep and Cerro Corona, have shown a strong recovery.
The real estate investment trust raised gross proceeds of R4.3 billion from the share placement with institutional investors.
The company says the lockdown impacted first-quarter sales as many of its clients were compelled to shut their businesses.
If the transaction proceeds, the gases and equipment group expects to delist from the JSE around the middle of January.
The cement producer says it is on track to test investor appetite for the recapitalisation of its international operations by year end.
The real estate investment trust wants to reduce leverage and maintain a strong balance sheet due to Covid-19.
The lubricants and chemical products group reported a first-half loss last year due to distribution problems.
The energy solutions and auto components group says Haffejee has extensive knowledge and experience in the the automotive sector.
Growth in its mobile business has placed it holiday as the third largest operator in the country.
The chemicals, fertiliser and explosives group has benefitted from a restructuring and rights issue last year.
The services group will return to profitability following a turnaround at its security division.
The private hospital group will report a decline in earnings after procedures were postponed as a result of Covid-19.
Following the reopening of Sun City in September, the hotel and casino group has reported a strong recovery in gaming revenue.
The luxury goods group has also reported a rise in robberies at its stores following the easing of the lockdown.
After holding back on a final dividend last year, the group has gained confidence due to higher cash balances and a growing order book.
The logistics group says the impact of Covid-19 has required it to priorities its capital allocation.
The restaurant group has booked impairments and is preparing for credit losses as a result of Covid-19.
At current prices and levels of production, the gold producer expects to be in a net cash position by the end of March.
The video entertainment business says a narrower loss from its Rest of Africa business is behind the improvement.
The luxury goods group is part of a new joint venture with Farfetch as it tries to increase Chinese sales through digital channels.
The automotive group has projected a possible rise in first-half earnings.
The retailer says trading conditions have favoured its defensive discount and value positioning in the market.
The steel manufacturer and trader is not paying an interim dividend as it continues to buy back its own shares.
The tailings pretreatment specialist says the acquisition is subject to the positive outcome of a lengthy due diligence.
Despite the impact of Covid-19 on sales, the retail group has cut its debt by almost three quarters.
The pharmacy group also needs to preserve cash due to the uncertainty that has resulted from Covid-19.
The retailer has bought one of its local ladieswear suppliers, supporting the local manufacturing sector.
The paper and pulp group has reported a fourth-quarter loss but says demand for some of its products remains strong.
The platinum group metals producer has closed its ACP Phase B unit for a full rebuild due to continuing problems.
The real estate investment trust also says deputy CEO Stephen Oakenfull will replace Mike Watters as CEO next month.
The stock exchange operator has bought a controlling stake in the second largest share registry business in SA as it diversifies its revenues.
Shoprite has contributed three logistics centres and some land to the joint venture, while Equites is investing cash.
While two dissenting creditors have not backed the plan, the retailer does not expect a delay to the settlement.
The value retailer was only allowed to sell its full range of merchandise from June.
The telecoms group will report a rise in first-half profit despite the economic impact of Covid-19.
Negotiations with funders for a voluntary debt restructure of its Consolidated Power Projects subsidiary were unsuccessful.
The impact of alleged procurement irregularities and misappropriation of funds on its historical financial statements is still being determined.
Although premium growth was held back due to the weak economy, the insurer says there were fewer claims during the lockdown.
The company says the costs associated with being listed outweigh the benefits.
The tobacco giant is trying to get more users to adopt its non-combustible products as smokers decline.
The gold mining company has benefitted from a rising gold price as it continues to reduce debt.
The pharmaceuticals company has invested R3 billion in the Port Elizabeth facility where it can produce more than 300 million doses a year of the vaccine.
The company says its operating performance was better than expected towards the end of the year, with few supply chain disruptions.
The number of shareholders on its registers has jumped by 60 percent following the acquisition of Lonmin last year.
Shareholders will end up with 3 Bytes shares for every 8 Altron shares they hold plus some cash.
The industrial group has been impacted by Covid-19-related costs and a number of impairments.
The consumer internet company will buy its own shares as well as those of Naspers in a further attempt to narrow its discount to NAV.
The network operator has also completed the sale of its Jumia stake for net proceeds of R2.3 billion.
The commodities mining and trading giant has maintained guidance for other metals and minerals following a third-quarter recovery.
The property fund says a buyout consortium does not intend to apply for its delisting from the JSE.
The coal group expects to conclude debt and equity funding for the project by the end of this year or the first quarter of 2021.
Despite significant Covid-19 disruptions to its supply chain, the food group grew full-year earnings by more than a third.
A firmer iron ore price offset reduced demand for its industrial minerals and construction materials.
The precious metals group has used its strong cash flow to reduce debt as it benefits from rising commodity prices.
The brewer is sticking to its commitment to pay down debt, which has been impacted by the pandemic.
The bank is still guiding for full-year earnings to be more than 20 percent down from last year.
The construction and engineering group has been hampered by Covid-19 and loss-making projects in Australia.
The energy group plans to list its UK subsidiary this year as it builds a portfolio of flexible power projects across the UK.
The network operator says operating conditions remain challenging despite the relaxation of lockdown restrictions.
Shares in the digital technology group rallied after it said it planned to unlock value for investors.
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 trade solutions and logistics group grew first-half earnings despite losses in its home market.
The higher education group has merged four of its brands into a single multiversity in a move that will result in efficiencies.
The logistics group has increased its interim dividend after growing its customer base and cutting costs.
The healthcare investment group will report a big increase in earnings and an improvement in its net asset value.
After buying CNA in April, the group is busy acquiring a portfolio of assets from RAC Investments.
The pan-African infrastructure group is in the midst of a debt restructuring that is critical to its sustainability and ability to trade.
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.
The poultry producer will report a decline in full-year earnings as a result of ongoing water supply costs, land shedding and Covid-19.
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.
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.
The technology group says its businesses provide many of the products and services needed in a remote working environment.
The technology services group has proposed listing its UK business and unbundling it to shareholders.
The health and beauty retailer traded throughout the lockdown but with restrictions.
The energy and chemicals group will ask shareholders to approve the sale of a stake in the project, which is recovering from Hurricane Laura.
The diversified mining group says production has recovered as its operations return to almost normal capacity.
The lifestyle investment company says its portfolio of brands is aligned to serving post-pandemic growth sectors.
The branded food producer remains cautious as the full impact of Covid-19 on consumer spending remains unquantifiable.
The self-storage property fund says the partnership with Moorfield will hep it meet its medium-tern growth objectives in the UK.
The building materials retailer has reported a strong rise in sales as it bounces back from the impact of the lockdown.
The wealth manager says current challenges include the economic slowdown, the move to a new investment platform and Brexit.
The consumer electronics group says wholesalers are geared up for Black Friday and year-end sales.
Although first-half sales were held back by Covid-19, its partnership with the delivery app helped online sales double.
The diversified resources group says first-quarter production was supported by its metallurgical coal and iron ore operations.
The retail group has received the maximum permissible fine by the JSE for publishing incorrect, false and misleading financials
New waves of Covid-19 infection, subsequent lockdowns and further job losses remain a risk.
The exploration company says any new discoveries near Prieska in the Northern Cape will benefit from the infrastructure it is already developing.
The grant from the Spanish government will be used for research and development at its Toral lead, zinc and silver project.
The fertiliser and chemicals group says the disposal gives it the opportunity to de-risk its capital structure and return cash to shareholders.
The housing developer has streamlined its business and says it is positioned for a return to profitability once conditions normalise.
The automotive group is paying a dividend of 100c a share as its business returns to some form of normality and predictability.
The diversified mining group says it will also deliver immediate value to shareholders by resuming share buybacks.
The property fund says it has been cushioned by its high-quality tenant base and debt-free balance sheet.
Following a big turnaround in earnings, the forestry company is establishing its first soft citrus crop as it diversifies its business.
The document storage company says a private equity consortium is still keen to acquire it but is hampered by Covid-19.
The emerging helium and natural gas producer said earnings last year were impacted by once-off transactions costs.
Controlling shareholder Linde says the company is more suited to an unlisted environment due to the poor tradability of its shares.
The real estate investment trust says negotiations with tenants and clients are ongoing.
The recruitment and training company will report improved earnings and says its made good progress in strengthening its balance sheet.
The group reported a headline loss following a decline in the share prices of its listed investments.
The private hospital operator expects to report a 5 percent decline in first-half revenue, weighed down by its SA operations.
The retail group said it was impacted by lost sales, higher provisions and the likely impairment of goodwill and assets.
The company says continued investment in its business and high barriers to entry should support future earnings.
Fund under management have recovered from March, when equity markets toppled due to Covid-19.
Sky News reported that a British businessman reached a deal to buy the upmarket burger chain through a pre-pack administration.
The renewable energy company says conditions are now favourable to implement the proposed listing in the US.
The aluminium products manufacturer says a number of countries have had higher anti-dumping duties imposed on them.
With buying increasing ahead of the holiday season, De Beers says it is too early to call a sustained recovery in trading conditions.
Cheryl-Jane Kujenga led a balance sheet restructuring process while CFO at Adcorp.
The brickmaker closed most of its operations at the height of the lockdown, with it coal mining operation running at reduced capacity.
The group is expected to report that first-half profit increased by at least a fifth.
The ICT group has already conducted due diligence on its rival and a deal could affect the price of its shares.
The fertiliser and chemicals group is in final negotiations after receiving an offer for the business this year.
The property group says Covid-19 has resulted in increased demand for prime modern logistics space.
The metals processing company will soon add copper to the mix as it prepares for its first production.
The property developing is paying its final dividend for 2020 alongside its interim dividend due to higher cash resources.
The engineering and construction services group says its order book supports a return to profitability this year.
The publishing and printing group says the businesses need focused shareholders to take them to the next level
Covid-19 has added to a torrid time for the cement producer, which it taking urgent steps to reduce its debt.
The diversified resources group says it will apprise the market as soon as a transaction has been concluded.
The embattled retailer says the process has been more complex and time-consuming than expected.
Shareholder activist Theo Botha says the transaction will probably go ahead as Sasol battles to reduce its debt.
The restaurant group says the recovery has exceeded its expectations given the tight consumer environment.
The construction and roadbuilding group will report a first-half loss but is encouraged by new infrastructure projects.
The lifestyle investment company says all three division have been negatively impacted by the pandemic.
The financial services group says the payout reflects its strong financial position and confidence in its prospects.
The agricultural investment company is maintaining a cautious stance but says conditions for its underlying businesses are improving.
Despite resilient businesses, the technology group says it was impacted by currency movements and the effect of a tax credit last year.
The open-pit mining company says its businesses have recovered from the impact from the impact of Covid-19.
Apart from lost sales during the lockdown, the retailer faced additional costs to improve hygiene and safety and reward front-line staff.
Minority shareholders are being offered the same terms that fund managers agreed to in July for their Hospitality shares.
The German-focused real estate group says it collected almost all rent owed to it in the first half of the year.
The investment company says Net1 is an attractive investment trading at a discount to the cash on its balance sheet.
Despite a sharp fall in the oil price this year, the resources group believes that the fundamentals for oil will be attractive for the next decade.
Logico will transport liquefied natural gas to Total filling stations between Johannesburg and Durban.
The real estate investment trust granted some tenants short-term cash flow relief due to Covid-19.
No comment as the French media company acquires a sizeable holding its biggest competitor on the continent.
The public-private development has been designated as a strategic integrated project.
The freight and logistics group says it will resume repurchases following sustained cash generation from its continuing businesses.
The real estate investment trust delayed the declaration of its full-year payout due to the uncertainty caused by Covid-19.
The bank has sold its stake in Efficient for more than it was worth at the end of June.
The open-pit mining company says it cannot provide additional funding to the mine on an unsecured basis.
The energy and chemicals group may still resort to a rights issue to get comfortably within its debt covenant thresholds.
The metals recycling company says second quarter earnings bounced back after it lost several weeks of trading in the first quarter.
The company, which is likely to be taken over by Afrimat, faced a number of issues on top of Covid-19.
The mutual bank and microlender says advances were heavily impacted by the Covid-19 lockdown, resulting in a big increase in surplus cash.
Business development vice president Richard Stewart has been promoted to chief operating officer from 1 December.
The auto components and energy storage company says paying the dividend would imperil its solvency and liquidity.
The consumer and commercial electronics manufacturer says the continued onslaught of the Covid-19 pandemic has rendered its prospects for growth challenging.
The restaurant group is replacing Pierre van Tonder, who has led it for the last 24 years, as well as CFO Phillip Matthee.
Wiese is retiring from the position he has held for close to three decades at the annual general meeting next month.
The bank almost tripled its credit impairment charge as it provided for the full impact of Covid-19 on its credit book.
The cement producer has delayed the release of its results by another week as its sorts out prior year accounts.
The bank says increased credit provisions and private equity devaluations were behind the big decline.
The software and digital services provider says the resilience of many of its businesses has likely resulted in a rise in full-year HEPS.
New large contracts are expected to boost earnings next year and close the gap caused by the impact of Covid-19.
The industrial group says Tongaat Hulett Starch has been resilient during Covid-19, as have its equipment businesses.
The Polish property group has held back on an interim dividend and may dispose of assets to strengthen its balance sheet.
The pharmaceuticals group has appointed advisers as it accelerates the disposal of asset to reduce debt.
After returning to profitability in the second half of last year, the property developer says Covid-19 impacted its performance this year.
The average length of stay for Covid-19 patients requiring a critical care bed has fallen to about six days after peaking at 17.
The car dealership and rental group says its operations were closed at the height of the lockdown as they were not essential services.
After idling the furnace in July, the steelmaker says demand has recovered faster than expected.
The private equity investor took a stake in Brait just before Covid-19 resulted in the closure of gyms and non-essential retailers.
The mall owner says footcount at its Eastgate shopping centre is almost back to the same level as last year.
The investment holding company says the pandemic impacted the earnings of the companies in its portfolio.
The ICT company has seen healthy demand for its products and services due to remote working requirements.
The London and JSE-listed property development and investment company says the vast majority of shareholders took up their rights.
The investment holding company says its position will be dynamically assessed over the coming months.
The group will report an interim loss due to operational losses and the final impairment of its GBK burger investment.
The Polish landlord is not paying an interim dividend and is planning disposals to bring down its loan to value.
The hospitals group has put four SA businesses up for sale and received an offer for the others.
The fund is in a stronger position after selling Belgian properties and an interest in its Pan-European logistics portfolio.
The property fund says it will take advantage of a two-month extension before deciding on its final payout for the past year.
The shopping centre owner says its focus on lower-LSM markets in non-metropolitan areas shielded it from the worst of the lockdown.
The investment group says the pandemic eroded all the gains it achieved in the first half of the year.
The security gate, shutter and blinds company says it lost an entire month of sales during the Covid-19 lockdown.
The real estate investment trust says it will consider a final dividend next year, conditions permitting.
Independent expert Rothschild and Co. says it is reasonably likely that Tongaat Hulett Starch will meet a key profit hurdle.
Results for last year have been restated after the sale of Remedica fell through but it has continued with its disposal programme.
The staffing and training group has sold the Australian business for a fraction of what it paid five years ago.
Much of the Lake Charles area has been without power since Hurricane Laura made landfall late last month.
The aluminium products manufacturer says turnaround action taken last year has softened the blow.
The gold producer has lowered its full-year forecast after some mines in Argentina, Brazil and SA were closed during the lockdown.
The real estate investment trust says its sales programme has beaten expectations, as has the collection of rentals in arrears.
The publishing and printing group says due to an uncertain trading future, its board has yet to decided on an annual dividend.
The wholesaler and retailer has benefitted from strong sales in Switzerland and Ireland and the weaker rand.
The banking group has faced reduced economic activity, volatile markets, declining interest rates and a weaker rand.
The telecoms group says demand for mobile data has helped push it into number 3 position in the mobile market.
Due to the uncertainty around the duration of the Covid-19 pandemic, it cannot forecast the impact on the value of its property investments.
The aluminium products manufacturer says local and export sales declined due to the pandemic, while its factories were also affected.
The Polish real estate group says interim distributable income will be up to two-thirds lower as it remains focused on retaining maximum liquidity.
After a tough second half, the retailer says the trading environment will remain challenging and uncertain for the foreseeable future.
The shopping centre owner says it is considering different options to settle its interim dividend and the declaration of a final distribution.
The niche logistics group has laid of 5 percent of its workers as it right-sized its business.
The company is selling its non-controlling interest in Mexico as its focuses on its local distribution businesses.
The financial services group has held back on a dividend and says payments will only resume when appropriate.
The automotive group says it will reassess the resumption of payouts this year depending on its trading results.
The mining company has beaten full-year production guidance despite the impact of Covid-19 on its operations.
The investment group says members are returning to its Virgin Active gyms while food group Premier has had a strong first half.
The paper and packaging group says the impact on earnings remains uncertain as it waits for power to be restored to its paper mill.
The gold miner says the acquisition of the Mponeng mine will help lift production in the year ahead.
Funds raised will be used to pay for existing and new investments and settle an outstanding fund management fee.
The investment company says most of its underlying investments have been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The company will report a decline in earnings but says the taxi industry has rebounded and it expects benefits from WeBuyCars.
Its shares fell sharply after it said asset sales are also on the cards as its battles to reduce debt.
Adding insult to Covid-19 injury, the retail group has lost about 15,000 trading hours due to load shedding.
Incoming CEO Mpumi Madisa will take the reins as the services and trading group recovers from the impact of Covid-19.
The documents storage business, which is the target of a proposed takeover, says it has benefitted from annuity income streams.
Operating profit and headline earnings will be lower due to additional costs and the impact of the lockdown on chicken prices.
The Department of Mineral Resources and Energy approved the transfer of the West Wits mineral rights to Harmony with no conditions.
The metals processing company says it will be in the position to produce its first copper concentrate within three months.
The investment group has accelerated the sale of non-core assets in response to the pandemic.
The investment company says Covid-19 has had a big impact on valuations of its property in SA and Europe.
The gases and welding products group has reported lower volumes after sales were impacted by the Covid-19 lockdown.
The bank and financial services group says it has focused on ensuring a strong balance sheet to withstand further shocks to the economy.
The diamond producer has reported a recovery in demand for diamonds as sentiment improves and lockdown conditions ease.
The fintech and payments group says it has begun reinvesting in its SA operations, with demand returning since the lockdown was eased.
The industrial services and trading group has booked a number of impairments and additional charges as it right-sized its operations.
The banking group says activity levels are expected to remain muted for now, but it is positioned for a recovery when things normalises.
Covid-19 turned the tables on what started out as a positive year for the insurance group.
While sales benefitted from the higher rand gold price, the weaker rand impacted dollar borrowings and the value of its gold hedges.
The residential property developer says it lost about three months of construction activity as a result of the lockdown.
Norman Celliers, who was instrumental in rationalising its investment portfolio, leaves at the end of the month.
The REIT deferred its decision on a final dividend until later this year as a precautionary measure to provide additional financial flexibility.
The insurance group maintains its Reset and Grow strategy has placed in it a better position to manage the impact of the pandemic.
The investment company expects a recovery in most of its underlying investment companies next year if there are no further lockdowns.
The ICT products and services group says it has focused on maintaining and improving equity to ensure its sustainability.
Following a number of disposals, the pharmaceuticals group says a reshaping process is complete.
The ICT group says there was increased demand for its products and services as more people worked from home.
The supermarket giant has grown volumes as it increased its share of the local grocery market.
The pharmaceuticals group says the deal supports its strategy to earn more of its revenue in emerging markets.
The company has held back on an interim dividend to focus on capital management and cash preservation.
The investment group is negotiating to buy a cannabis cultivation operation in the Eastern Cape as it grows its medicinal cannabis business.
Due to healthy cash generation and an expected recovery in businesses affected by the lockdown, the company has declared a final dividend.
The documents storage business will post a strong rise in headline earnings but a basic loss for the year to June.
The bank has been impacted by rising credit impairments and a decline in transaction volumes as a result of the lockdown.
The investment group is giving the buyers a rebate in return for full payment almost two years ahead of schedule.
The energy group is acquiring power plants to take advantage of the fast growing reserve power market in the UK.
The equipment maker and distributor has also announced changes to its arrangement with shareholder John Deere.
The company, formerly called Taste Holdings, attributes the improvement to dilution following a rights issue in February.
The property investment company says trading conditions will remain challenging, constraining capital and dividend growth in the sector.
Due to the current level of uncertainty, the shopping centre owner says it will not resume dividends until market circumstances improve.
The company is making progress in securing the balance of Phase 1 funding for its Makhado Project following lockdown delays.
The telecoms operator says an amendment to its resolutions was not an expression of its intention to issue more shares.
A strong operational performance combined with rising metals prices helped offset the impact of Covid-19.
The insurer has reported a decline in its underwriting margin due to Covid-19 related claims, partly offset by benign motor claims.
Despite more hefty impairments, Truworths is providing more funding to Office and says it is committed to turning the UK chain around.
With almost all its hotels closed, the group earned practically no revenue in the final quarter of its financial year.
While the group missed out on restaurant trade during the lockdown, consumers bought more of its products to prepare food at home.
The real estate investment trust says retail property now make up less than a quarter of its total portfolio.
The 24 for 1 rights issue will be highly dilutive for shareholders who do not take up their rights.
With registrations completed, the emerging natural gas producer says allocations will be made following the end of the bid process in October.
Covid-19 has resulted in significant provisions at associates Momentum Metropolitan and Discovery.
The insurer says it will revisit its decision at the end of the year once it has a clearer picture of the economy.
The building materials retailer says the hard lockdown cost it an estimated R600 million in revenue.
The gold company has raised its final dividend by 75 percent as it benefited from increased production and a higher gold price.
The gold producer says headline earnings will be almost double those reported last year thanks to the higher gold price.
The packaging manufacturer says its plastics division beat expectations after suffering a three-month strike the previous year.
The company says its ability to service the facility has been impacted and it is trying to renegotiate terms with the lender.
The private education and resourcing group says its schools division reported an improved performance due to measures taken before the pandemic.
The mining company says higher PGM and iron ore prices made up for a decline in manganese and thermal coal.
The private hospital group says revenue has recovered as it prepares for the resumption of elective procedures at its facilities.
The energy and chemicals group says it has insurance cover as its manufacturing facilities in Lake Charles remain closed.
The hotel and gaming group says there will be no quick recovery to previous trading levels but it will continue to reduce debt.
The platinum producer says it has returned value to shareholders by buying back Zambezi preference shares.
The retail group says its main trading subsidiaries are poised to gain market share due to their resilient and defensive discount offerings.
The shipping group says the pandemic has exacerbated an environment that has been challenging and volatile for the last several years.
The European real estate company says while the pandemic hampered disposals, it is proceeding with the sale of Western European assets.
The insurer and financial service group says full-year headline earnings could be wiped out by the impact of Covid-19.
The drinks group says it is working to make alcohol consumption safer as prohibition is a blunt instrument.
With sales under pressure, the retail and wholesale group racked up additional costs due to the pandemic and an internal restructuring.
The company says the outlook for the second half of the year is extremely positive as its local operations achieve optimal production.
The distributor of airtime, data and electricity vouchers says most of its products and services have been essential during the lockdown.
The freight, logistics and financial services group says its cash generation and balance sheet remain strong.
The real estate investment trust says it cannot provide any guidance for the year ahead due to the ongoing uncertainty.
The pharmaceuticals group says it prefers to adopt a prudent cash preservation approach until the full impact of Covid-19 is better understood.
The tertiary education group says Covid-19 has created a shift in the perception and attractiveness of distance learning.
The engineering and construction services group says its exposure to natural resources positions it well for a recovery.
The food services company says a majority of its customers emerged from hibernation and sales continue to recover.
The drilling specialist says many of the 23 countries where it operates imposed restrictions due to Covid-19.
The furniture and appliances retailer plans to open 20 new stores this year despite the lingering impact of the pandemic.
The tile retailer and manufacturer is paying a final dividend and plans to grow its store network in the year ahead.
The discount pharmacy chain says Covid-19 has matured the e-commerce environment and consumer adoption by three to five years.
The logistics group has been impacted by Covid-related costs but says it is well positioned to capture new opportunities that arise.
The banks says all its business units remain profitable despite the Covid-19 impact on credit impairments.
The group has booked a number of impairments in anticipation of rising death claims and the impact of Covid-19 on the economy and its business.
The pharmaceuticals group has been selling non-core assets to reduce debt that has been worrying investors.
The restaurant group has not disclosed how much it received for returning the upmarket cafe chain to full family ownership.
The global food services business suffered a big decline in fourth-quarter sales and has racked up additional abnormal costs.
The FSCA says the restated financial resulted have highlighted the gap that existed between prior public statements and the financial reality.
The group will use the $160 million from the sale of Sun Dreams to extinguish offshore debt in Latin America and reduce local gearing.
The shopping centre owner wants to protect its balance sheet and liquidity due to Covid-19 fallout.
The food group will report a significant decline in headline earnings and a basic loss for the year due to hefty impairments.
The metals recycler says it lost 7 weeks of revenue in its new financial year due to the hard lockdown.
The fast-moving consumer goods group will report a decline in full-year earnings as the pandemic added to its costs.
The group has booked some impairments as it may take two to three years to get back to pre-Covid-19 levels of activity.
The platinum producer says a big increase in the dollar basket price for PGMs, together with the weaker rand, are behind the increase.
The banking group says its credit loss ratio will remain above levels reached during the global financial crisis this year.
The bank says risk remains high and should the outcome be worse than expected, additional provisions will be required.
The value retailer claims to have gained market share even as sales were impacted by the lockdown and the challenging economic environment.
Despite the recent rally, the gold producer says it continues to run and plan its business at lower gold prices.
Excluding the impact of Covid-19, the mass retailer and wholesaler said its losses for the period would probably have been smaller.
The short-term insurer has been impacted by lower underwriting and investment results, as well as impairments.
While there has been a decline in enrolments since January, the private schools group is still showing year-on-year growth in learners.
The group is focused on new model launches and has approved a big investment to support new vehicle projects.
Following a big impairment last year, the retail group has written down UK chain by a further R2.8 billion.
Ralph Mupita has been CFO since 2017 and has played a critical role in developing and executing its strategy, capital allocation and financial performance.
The freight, logistics and financial services group says cash generation remains strong, as does its balance sheet.
After a strong start to the year, the engineering and construction services group says Covid-19 contributed to a perfect storm.
The insurer will book R7.8 billion in impairment charges after Covid-19 impacted the value of its international businesses.
The diversified resources group says it should still generate returns due to its diversified portfolio of high-quality assets.
The cement producer has delayed the release of its annual results due to disruptions caused by Covid-19 and after restating its 2019 numbers.
The real estate investment trust is tweaking its model so it can pay out less to A shareholders due to Covid-19.
The residential property developer held off on a final dividend last year due to uncertainty about Covid-19.
The real estate investment trust says it will stick to its dividend policy despite the impact of Covid-19.
The platinum producer has now bought back close to half the preference shares issued to fund its empowerment deal.
The branded food producer will report a decline in interim earnings after it incurred extraordinary expenses as a result of Covid-19.
The exact amount to be raised will depend on how much the energy and chemicals group gets from asset disposals.
The group will dispose of its meat processing business in two separate transactions worth a total of R428 million.
The insurance group says there has also been a data breach following a cyber attack on one of its subsidiaries.
The construction materials and bulk commodities producer will acquire a 25 percent stake in Coza from ArcelorMittal as part of the transaction.
The drilling specialist says many of the 23 countries where it operates imposed restrictions due to Covid-19.
The minerals exploration and development company has raised the resource estimate of its Toral project by 40 percent.
The industrial holding company will report a basic loss after Covid-19 and the weak polymer market resulted in impairments.
The sugar producer and agri-business says the restructuring has better positioned it to ride out Covid-19.
Apart from the impact of Covid-19, the retailer has also been affected by new accounting methodology.
After a strike at its gold mines last year, the precious metals producer will return to a strong profit thanks to higher metals prices.
The metals processing company has secured material for its Windsor recovery plant while increasing its processing capacity.
The investment group said it is confident that a recapitalisation on top of steps taken by management will support the struggling fashion chain.
The resources group has reported a strong increase in first-half earnings as a softer currency helped offset lower thermal coal prices.
The cement producer is negotiating a more sustainable structure for debt in the DRC and may pursue a rights issue.
The restaurant group says the board of GBK is reviewing options available to the business after it cut off further financial assistance.
Property investment and development company Zenprop plans to exercise its option to sell Mall of the South Property Development.
Following Competition Tribunal approval, the private equity buyout still hinges on a couple of outstanding conditions.
Although pharmacy sales have not fared as well, the group has reported a strong rise in retail and wholesale turnover so far this year.
The financial services group says an increase in credit impairments is largely to blame for an expected drop in earnings.
The banking group says credit impairments were four times higher in the first half of its financial year due to Covid-19.
The company says its operating free cash flow margin is likely to double following a 25 percent jump in the gold price.
The wealth manager says while it is used to managing through financial market volatility, the last six months were unprecedented.
The building and construction materials group says Covid-19 could not have come at a worse time for the industry.
The energy and chemicals group says it was impacted by Covid-19 and a severe decline in crude oil and chemical product prices.
The diversified resources group says while the operating environment remained challenging, its managed operations were resilient.
The higher education group expects first-half core headline earnings to be as much as 30 percent higher than last year.
The gold producer has reported a big increase in free cash flow, assisted by a 26 percent year-on-year increase in the gold price.
The private schools group says first-half earnings were impacted by a R67 million impairment but recurring earnings will be higher.
The furniture and appliances retailer says it lost out on sales and customer account payments in March as the lockdown took effect.
The luxury goods group plans to reward shareholders with tradable warrants after trimming its dividend ratio.
The Australian minerals exploration and development company will use the proceeds from the share issue to advance its Prieska project in the Northern Cape.
The metals processing company has entered a JV that will accelerate copper production at its Sable Refinery in Zambia.
The cell phone network operator says it is focusing its future strategy on its African markets, where growth has been strong.
The shopping centre owner will ask shareholders for more cash to reduce debt and strengthen its defences against Covid-19.
After a resilient first-half, the paper and packaging group resumed has dividends, recognising the importance to shareholders.
The mining and commodities marketing giant is prioritising debt due to the uncertainties presented by Covid-19.
RMI and OUTsurance plan to raise their stake in the UK insurer to 30 percent, with the option of an additional 10 percent.
The life assurer has set up a R3 billion reserve fund to cover increased mortality claims, withdrawals and lapse rates.
The gold producer has come in just shy of its full-year production guidance due to Covid-19 but has benefitted from a higher rand gold price.
The packaging group says it was impacted by the closure of quick-service restaurants and the banning of alcohol sales.
The gold producer will report a strong rise in interim earnings as it maintained production amid a rising gold price.
The exchange operator says its first half performance masks the structural impediment of the SA economy.
The supermarket group says first-half earnings will be less than half those reported last year due to Covid-19 and retrenchment costs.
The R1.1 billion deal will increase its presence in the coastal regions and expose it to the higher end of the market.
The platinum producer lost 45 days of production due to the pandemic but was supported by higher metal prices.
The mobile operator says the non-payment was not a surprise to lenders that understood its turnaround strategy.
The vehicle telematics group says new subscriber additions decelerated in the three months to end-May as a result of the pandemic.
The investment group says it will use the proceeds to settle high yield debt as it restructures its business.
The retailer has reported a strong increase in SA sales despite the challenges posed by Covid-19.
The shopping centre owner is battling to reduce debt as it collects just a portion of its rentals due to Covid-19.
The emerging natural gas and helium producer says results from the Virginia Gas Project are still a month or so away.
Thandi Orleyn will replace Mandla Gantsho as chair of the platinum producer after its AGM in October.
The digital technology company says there has been a big decline in project spending by its customers.
The disposal is line with with its strategy of optimising investment returns.
The network operator is preserving its liquidity due to Covid-19 uncertainty but may pay a final dividend at year-end.
The group says its marketing arm has risen to the challenge posed by Covid-19, with strong counter-cyclical earnings.
The print and packaging group says it is only likely to return to a profit in 2022 if the lockdown lifts by next March.
If the ICT company receives the earn-out owed to it from the NOSA disposal it is likely to dish it out to shareholders.
The investment group led a consortium of investors that bought the stationary chain from Edcon in April.
Its share price retraced some of its recent heady gains after it said there was no material event to explain the recent surge.
The diversified resources group says first-half sales volumes at subsidiary De Beers fell close to a half.
The global brewing giant has impaired its African operations and says the second alcohol ban in SA will affect its third-quarter performance.
The retail group says the financial costs of its restructuring also continues to be substantial as it seeks to settle lawsuits.
The pulp and paper producer fell into a quarterly loss as Covid-19 added to already weak markets for dissolving pulp and graphic paper.
The gold mining company gave no reason for Kelvin Dushnisky leaving on 1 September after two years at the helm.
The energy and chemicals group is selling the site to a unit of French multinational Air Liquide as part of its accelerated disposal programme.
The bank says headline earnings may halve due to the impact of continent-wide lockdowns on economic activity.
The JSE blamed a lack of governance and oversight mechanisms, inadequate and ineffective controls and systems on previous management.
The sale to ECP Africa Fund was renegotiated due to the risk introduced by Covid-19 and the sales impact of the lockdown.
Although its markets remain affected, the chemicals and explosives group says its solid financial position allows it to pay an interim dividend.
The property fund, which owns half of the Fourways super-regional mall, says it is also unlikely to pay a dividend for its 2021 year.
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The service station operator says fuel sales have rebounded following the easing of lockdown restrictions.
The plastics manufacturer says trading has been reasonable throughout the lockdown, with some beneficial procurement opportunities.
The business rescue practitioners need another month to finalise short-term bridge funding and advance two offers from potential investors.
The information and communications technology group says its headline loss was impacted by the write-down of financial assets.
The platinum producer says its second half should be stronger, although significant risks and headwinds still exist.
The investment holding and management company took a decision to seriously review its balance sheet, resulting in significant impairments.
The group says if all claims against it were successful, its net asset value would fall short of the amount needed to settle them.
The gold producer has benefitted from a rising gold prices, higher foreign exchange gain and lower once-off costs.
Insurers have been under pressure from the authorities to provide some relief to their clients as an interim measure ahead of court rulings.
The life assurer has set aside R3 billion to cover the expected increase in mortality and retrenchment claims as a result of Covid-19.
The shopping centre owner says it will consider the payment of a final dividend with its full-year results.
After withholding an interim distribution, the real estate investment trust says it will decided on its policy with its full-year results.
Grit is consolidating its three listings into two, which it says will save on costs and boost trading in London and Mauritius.
The retailer benefitted from a big rise in online sales as it marked down merchandise to manage inventory and generate cash.
First-half earnings were boosted by disposals while headline earnings gained from non-operational items.
The retailer says sales have recovered strongly following the relaxation of lockdown restrictions and as consumers trade down.
The hotel group has reopened some of its hotels as lockdown restrictions ease but occupancies remain low.
The Low Density Polyethylene Unit plant at Lake Charles is now expected to reach beneficial operation before the end of October.
The network operator says a big rise in volumes offset the impact of lower tariffs after it cut the price of its data.
The cement producer partly attributes a recovery in sales volumes last month to an absence of imports in the market.
A week-long rally in its shares ended after it warned of the extent of its full-year loss.
The platinum producer says it has benefitted from a rise in the price of platinum group metals and a weaker rand.
The restaurant group says earnings for the year are likely to be at least 40 percent down from last year due to Covid-19.
The group is looking into the feasibility of processing platinum group metals at its Zandfontein operation.
The UK and German property owner says the acquisition of Bowthorpe Park Industrial Estate takes it closer to its goal.
Shares of the private hospital group rallied after it reported stronger operating performances at its Swiss and UAE businesses.
The property group says its shopping centres may be undervalued as it tries to assess the lasting impact of Covid-19.
The steel product manufacturer and trader has been buying back its own shares and flagged a turnaround at some local businesses.
The materials group is targeting Nkomati Anthracite which will sit alongside the Demaneng iron ore mine in its bulk commodities portfolio.
The technology group says demand for networked cloud computing and remote access solutions has been strong due to Covid-19.
The coal mining company maintained positive cash flow for the year despite challenges across its operations.
The London real estate owner has reduced the value of its prime Covent Garden precinct in the West End as well as Lillie Square.
The investment group says the reopened Virgin Active clubs are beating expectations in terms of usage and membership numbers.
The company says it will now focus on securing the balance of Phase 1 funding for its Makhado Project following lockdown delays.
The investment holding company is disposing of a number of businesses in its Capital Equipment Group segment to improve its capital structure.
Pierre van Tonder, who has led the restaurant group since 1996, plans to retire at the end of the year.
The emerging natural gas and helium producer is preparing for the first production from its Virginia Gas Project in the Free State.
The hotel operator is taking advantage of the big discount Hospitality Property Fund trades at relative to its net asset value.
The residential property developer will build thousands of apartments on a piece of land it has agreed to buy east of Pretoria.
The diversified mining company has written down the value of its manganese alloy smelters and will also account for one-of restructuring costs.
The data solutions and services group is confident it can weather the Covid-19 storm due to its strong financial position.
The vehicle telematics group says discussions that would have resulted in restructuring and offshore listing have been terminated.
The fund says it will only make a decision on its final dividend in September as it assesses the economic impact of Covid-19.
The earthmoving equipment agent says Wagner Asia Equipment will be a good fit within its current portfolio.
The diversified resources company has stuck to revised guidance provided in April, with the exception of metallurgical and thermal coal.
The luxury goods group says there were unprecedented levels of disruption from the Covid-19 pandemic, affecting all regions, channels and business areas.
The retail group has priced the rights offer at a big discount, which will be dilutive for those shareholders not taking up their rights.
The shopping centre owner will pay out less due to the impact of Covid-19 and a reduced payout policy.
The steelmaker has decided to idle some of its furnaces until demand recovers.
The maker and distributor of articulated dump trucks and agricultural machinery says Covid-19 had had a negative impact on production and sales.
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The poultry and eggs group has attracted a number of large investors, as well as a few smaller ones.
The poultry producer has built up a sizeable stake in Quantum in order to protect its broiler supply agreement with the company.
The pharmaceuticals group will reduce the price of six off-patent prescription cancer medicines for 10 years.
The real estate investment trust will use the proceeds to settle debt as it focuses on retail assets in non-metropolitan areas.
The retailer is targeting R3.95 billion which it will use to reduce debt, fund organic growth and pay for its proposed acquisition of JET.
The hotel group says Covid-19 has limited its ability to reduce debt, which will be achieved through the disposal of its URH stake.
The retailer says it has a unique opportunity to buy selected parts of the business, giving it significant scale at an attractive price.
Minority shareholders in the Jacomyspan nickel-copper-PGE project will exchange their interests for shares in Orion.
The drinks group had started to recover from previous restrictions, generating cash flow and protecting jobs.
The mine-to-metals company says Zambia contains vast quantities of copper tailings that its skills can unlock.
The construction and engineering group sold out of a joint venture that was working on the Kusile power station in 2017.
At current rand gold prices and guided production levels, the gold producer expects to be debt free within the next year.
Luxembourg-based investment fund Silverlands is seen as a long-term investor.
The investment group sold its stake in the poultry and eggs group as it reshapes its portfolio and looks for new investment opportunities.
The real estate investment trust says the value of its properties has been affected by falling rentals and an increase in vacancies.
The property group says full-year distributable earnings will be down and it is reconsidering its payout policy to shareholders.
The pharmaceuticals group says the fine by the Competition and Markets Authority brings the matter to a close after close to three years.
The chrome and platinum producer says mining output reached a record in May and June as it returned to full production.
The emerging natural gas and helium producer expects the first well at its Virginia gas project to spud towards the end of the month.
Interest in the poultry group has surged since Country Bird acquired a stake from Zeder Investments last month.
The group explored various options after it was unable to secure a state-guaranteed loan to support Conforama during the Covid-19 crisis.
The group entered business rescue in March as its board resolved that it was in financial stress after shareholders opposed a rights issue.
The investment group will proceed with its share consolidation and name change in a fortnight.
The construction group denies it was overpaid for work on the Kusile power station and says it is still owed money.
A number of third parties have been snapping up shares in the poultry group after Country Bird bought a big stake.
The chemicals, fertiliser and explosives group has reduced debt and implemented a turnaround plan that has placed it in a strong position.
Section 189 consultations with unions and stakeholders follow a similar process at DionWired and its Masscash division.
As conditions turn more favourable, former parent company Redefine Properties has exited its stake in the UK real estate investment trust.
The gases and welding products group says it remains focused on containing cost and preserving cash and liquidity for the foreseeable future.
The short-term insurer says its balance sheet is strong enough to accommodate claims if it loses in court.
The agri group is pushing ahead with approvals for the transaction while it awaits third party determination on the impact of Covid-19 on the business.
It says its 2020 performance will still take a R330 million hit after it closed its WiConnect retail stores as Covid-19 halted a turnaround.
The agricultural group reported a weaker performance from its macadamia and deciduous fruit crops and wrote down the value of its biological asset.
The IT services company says full-year growth benefitted from continued demand for its services.
The property investor says it signed a non-binding memorandum with AFI Europe at the weekend that could end a dispute between the two companies.
The shopping centre owner is talking to its tenants after collecting just over a third of rent for the third quarter.
The pan-African real estate company says rent collections have been strong since the onset of the Covid-19 crisis.
The appointment will provide certainty for stakeholders after the insurance giant sat without a permanent CEO for over a year.
The bank says credit sales are unlikely to return to normal levels before next year.
The direct marketer and fintech company says it wants to conserve its cash to support its continued financial health.
The sale of its remaining Sun Slots stake to Sun International lapsed after all the conditions were not met by the end of June.
The printing and packaging group has written down the value of its operations as demand for printing declines.
The gold producer and tailings process has launched an ADR programme through the Bank of New York Mellon.
The platinum producer says it has bought back more than 40 percent of the preference shares issued to fund its empowerment deal.
The higher education group says just 51 students have withdrawn from its programmes specifically as a result of the pandemic.
Its businesses were hit hard by the Covid-19 lockdown but it is confident they will produce a positive return in the second half of the year.
The stock exchange operator says for years Tongaat published financial information that was incorrect, false and misleading.
The retail group says fees should reduce this year although it still has to pay its legal advisors.
The mining services requires external funding support which will be easier to secure in an unlisted environment.
The latest divestments are part of a response strategy aimed a mitigating the impact of Covid-19 and a lower oil price.
The property fund says it will adopt a lower and more prudent pay-out ratio in the future as it focuses on its long-term sustainability.
The industrial group is cutting costs after reporting a first-half loss as it impaired its operations by R1.7 billion.
The drinks group will report a decline in full-year earnings but says its financial health has been boosted by the easing of alcohol restrictions.
The shopping centre owner says non-metropolitan malls have recovered quicker and consumers are doing their shopping closer to home.
Lenders have agreed to relax covenants as long as it does not declare any further distributions this year.
Naspers, which owns global consumer internet group Prosus, says it is well positioned as Covid-19 accelerates the shift online.
The workplace solutions group says it is exploring opportunities to exit Australia following a review of its portfolio of businesses.
The property fund says some tenants in the food, beverages and entertainment sectors may not recover from Covid-19.
The Polish property investor already pulled its previous payout as it focuses on ways to strengthen its balance sheet and retain maximum liquidity.
Following a negative return on its investment, the group is selling parts of its 7 Arrows security business as it adopts a new strategy.
The investment company says it will use the proceeds to reduce debt secured by the property and will consider distributions to shareholders.
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The aluminium products manufacturer has booked a R1.3 billion impairment of its businesses as it prepares for a further decline in demand.
Its shares plunged between the time it warned that administration was likely and their suspension hours later.
The stock and bond exchange operator says market volatility has supported first-half earnings, masking weakness in the economy and financial markets.
The industrial group says most of its businesses were performing well until faced with Covid-19 and the lockdown.
The hotel and casino operator says its Latin American partner has not yet made an actual offer nor addressed any of its concerns.
The budget retailer says it remains to be seen whether the growing move to online shopping is a permanent step change in consumer behaviour.
Sales at its Entyce and Snackworks divisions helped offset the impact of Covid-19 on its footwear and fashion businesses.
The group says just as it was recovering from severe load shedding in December, trading conditions were overwhelmed by Covid-19.
The agri group and land owner will report return to profitability when its releases its annual results at the end of next month.
Anthony Ball is non-executive chairman of Value Capital Partners, a big shareholder of the cement producer.
The real estate investment trust says by retaining additional cash it will be better positioned to withstand the impact of Covid-19 on its portfolio.
As it prepares for a cash call, a Chilean suitor may bid R22 per share for a controlling stake in the hotels and casinos group.
The platinum producer has lifted force majeure on its contractual deliveries and says most customers have elected to receive their metal.
The investment holding company says a R5.6 billion equity capital raise also contributed to a big decline in its net asset value per share.
If it is unable to negotiate a deal with its lenders, the shopping centre owner may have to enter administration.
The last remaining unit at the US project is on track for beneficial operation by the end of September.
The financial services group says its investments and assets under management remain well diversified as markets experience continued volatility.
The packaging group says the lockdown resulted in reduced demand for its packaging, while some non-essential lines stopped operating.
The automotive group is adjusting its inventory to match reduced demand for vehicles as it also scales back its car rental business.
The capital raise is just the latest in the retail sector aimed at reducing debt or funding growth opportunities created by the Covid-19 crisis.
The hotel group needs to reduce debt and cover a cash shortfall as most of its hotels remain closed due to the lockdown and travel restrictions.
The Swiss Attorney General is investigating the company for failing to have measures in place to prevent graft in the DRC.
The chemicals, fertiliser and explosives group has reduced debt significantly after a R2 billion rights issue last year.
The telecoms group says it needs to preserve capital due to Covid-19 and as it prepares for an imminent auction of valuable spectrum.
The self storage property specialist has increased its final dividend but says it is not providing any guidance for the year ahead.
While it entered the Covid-19 crisis with a strong balance sheet and prudent cash-flow management, it may still reconsider dividend payouts.
The automotive group plans to close dealerships and scale back its car rental business due to the economic impact of the coronavirus.
The aluminium products manufacturer delayed the release of its 2019 results as it resolved certain accounting issues.
The companies have commenced a section 189 process due to the worsening operating environment across the local ferrochrome industry.
The business rescue practitioners still believe the full implementation of the rescue plan will get a better result than a liquidation.
The telecoms group will report a big drop in full-year earnings due to restructuring costs and Covid-19 related impairments.
The retail group wants to reduce its debt and have cash on hand to take advantage of any opportunities that arise.
The leaner Sasol 2.0 will focus on its core Chemicals and Energy businesses to ensure that it remains sustainable at lower oil prices.
The steelmaker says previous cost-saving initiatives will not be enough due to the impact of Covid-19 on its business.
Majority shareholder PSG Financial Services will follow its rights and mop up more shares if they are not taken up by minorities.
Results have been distorted by the listing of Prosus last year, while Covid-19 may impact its 2021 numbers.
The platinum producer says it will remain an active participant in the development project and will retain its minority shareholding.
The investment company has reported a basic loss after impairing its hotel and gaming interests, as well as some oil and gas exploration assets.
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The tile manufacturer and retailer expects sales to continue recovering after they ground to a halt in April.
The sugar producer and land owner is disposing of non-core businesses in a bid to reduce debt by at least R8.1 billion by next March.
A clinical trial found that the steroid treatment reduced the death rate in patients requiring respiratory intervention as a result of Covid-19.
The coal producer expects demand to improve from next month as the economy continues to reopen.
The health insurer and financial services group says full-year earnings will take a hit and it will not pay dividends until it is appropriate to.
Although sales have picked up sooner than expected, the food services company says it is too early to determine whether it will pay a dividend.
The telecoms group says its full-year results were affected by retrenchment costs, Covid-19-related impairments and a decline in fixed-line business.
It will use the cash to support its other portfolio companies and may consider new investments, share buybacks or a special dividend.
The real estate investment trust says it would not meet liquidity requirements if it made the payment due to its capex obligations.
The logistics group says it has become fully operational again and no significant impairments of its assets are currently required.
The industrial group booked higher credit losses and impairments as a result of the global economic slowdown and the pandemic.
The property group says the pandemic may lead to opportunities to buy more properties to meet growing demand for its multi-let industrial estates.
Some hotels are now operating on a limited basis to accommodate stranded guests, business travellers, essential workers, and those in quarantine.
The property fund says its apartments were almost half full by the end of February, bringing more traffic into its shopping centre.
The investment holding company plans to delist due to the impact the virus is expected to continuing to have on equity capital markets.
The company expects to return to full production in mid-July as shareholders approve an equity raise to fund its latest acquisition.
The takeover consortium will need to re-examine the value of the records management and documents storage business once the virus has run its course.
The fund says its balance sheet is now significantly weighted to SA and Europe after it disposed of its minority position at an attractive return.
The pan-African real estate company wants to consolidate its three listings into two in order to save on costs and boost liquidity.
The fund manager doubled first-half profit despite big swings in asset prices as Covid-19 escalated in March.
The shopping centre owner says its core focus is on retaining tenants as it negotiates rent relief packages with retailers.
The platinum producer says a leak at its ACP Phase B unit was unconnected to recent repair work and it would be ready next week.
While the year started well for the insurer, it has been impacted by extreme market volatility and pressure on new business volumes.
The technology company says a resilient third-quarter performance has helped it pay down debt faster.
The retailer has also agreed to help the criminal authorities fund an additional forensic probe into its accounting fraud.
The food group says it expects its performance to improve as restrictions on quick-service restaurants are eased.
The casino operator says it is faced with the uncertainty of when its casinos will be allowed to reopen and the restrictions they may face.
The group says patient care has not been affected but it is still trying to determine the extent to which sensitive data has been compromised.
The real estate investment trust is also evaluating a merger with subsidiary Indluplace Properties due to current market conditions.
The employee benefits business will distribute most of the cash it received from the sale of its insurance business.
Debt repayments have been pushed out to the end of next year, alleviating the need for a fire sale of its assets.
The food producer says full-year earnings will be down due to Covid-19 and it may have to impair the carrying value of its assets.
The disposal forms part of a five-year strategy to maximise value through the realisation of the assets in its portfolio.
The bank and financial services group says there has been a big increase in impairments, which it expects to continue for now.
The real estate investment trust says its disposals team continues to receive enquiries for its non-core industrial and office properties.
The shopping centre owner expects almost all of the floor space at its malls to be open for business by the end of the month.
The auto component and battery manufacturer will invest in a new factory in KwaZulu-Natal to support contracts worth billions from Ford SA.
The pay-TV group says it benefitted from cost containment and reduced losses at its African operations outside SA.
The private equity group says it plans to wind up Ecsponent Financial Services, which has also been fined R3 million by the FSCA.
The fishing group reported a rise in operating profit as steady demand for products like Lucky Star canned fish made up for weakness in the US.
The banking group says full-year earnings will decline as it accounts for an expected increase in credit impairments.
The two companies have been unable to agree on an arbitrator to decide whether a material adverse change has occurred due to Covid-19.
The property fund has granted tenants most affected by Covid-19 concessions and has deferred some rentals for up to a year.
The construction and infrastructure group will report a full-year loss as its Probuild business in Australia attracts a possible offer.
The insurer says business interruption as a result of the national lockdown is not covered under insurance protection against infectious diseases.
The platinum producer says the temporary closure to fix a leak is unrelated to recent repair work at its ACP Phase B unit.
The real estate investment trust says Rory Mackey has been made permanent again.
The pan-African real estate company says it has been supported by the structure of its leases, blue-chip tenants and a diversified portfolio.
The private hospital group says a high degree of uncertainty remains regarding the progression of the Covid-19 pandemic and its full impact.
The logistics group says it will report a decline in full-year earnings due to the impact of Covid-19 and further rationalisation costs
The airline operator, currently in business rescue, has not earned any revenue since mid-March when flights were cancelled.
The beleaguered shopping centre owner says it is likely to collect a third less rent than last year as some tenants remain shuttered.
The bank says credit impairments may exceed those recorded during the global financial crisis.
The group says it may retrench some employees as it right-sizes its operations to keep them competitive in a changing environment.
The German-focused real estate group has grown its rent roll by more than 5 percent for a sixth consecutive year.
The London real estate investor has bought a significant stake in Shaftesbury, which owns property near its Covent Garden estate.
The niche bank and financial group says shareholders should still exercise caution due to the potential disposal of its stake in Efficient Group.
The FinTech business says its business continued to operate throughout the lockdown, buoyed by growing demand for new technologies.
The packaging group says it has been impacted by weak demand that has been aggravated by the Covid-19 lockdown.
The construction and road-building group wants to participate in some of the projects aimed stimulating the economy post Covid-19.
Separately, a deal was announced that will see EasyEquities launch investing services on the new Capitec mobile banking app.
The investment group says the decrease in its net asset value from January to March topped one billion euros.
The hotel operator has appealed for the government to continue opening the economy as quickly as possible.
The value retailer has dismissed speculation that it could be poised to buy clothing retail chain Jet.
The life assurer says many of its agents have been unable to sell policies, impacting productivity and new business acquisition over the past two months.
The industrial group says its Automotive and Logistics and Equipment southern Africa operations will be most affected by the job cuts.
The vehicle tracking and asset management solutions group has suspended guidance due to market uncertainty.
The retailer has suspended dividends until the trading has stabilised after reporting a big drop in clothing, home and beauty sales.
The retailer says it lost out on an estimated R5 billion in revenue during the lockdown in April.
The tech group says it was able to adjust quickly to a remote working environment and has seen increased demand for work-from-home technologies.
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The investment holding company aims to reduce the discount its shares trade at and avoid any new regulatory requirements that may lie ahead.
The private education group says collections fell in April and it has been helping families affected by the lockdown.
The minerals exploration and development company says an updated bankable feasibility study has delivered a number of improvements on a previous study.
The restaurant group is concerned about how long trading restrictions will remain in force and how consumer spending is impacted after the lockdown.
Fund under management declined sharply in March due to the Covid-19 driven market crash and net outflows but it is still paying a dividend.
The group may make a firm offer for Unicorn as it targets Nkomati Anthracite to beef up its Bulk Commodities division.
The bank says impairments have risen sharply since late March and its return on equity has fallen materially.
The shopping centre owner has grown its annual dividend by more than expected but is not providing guidance for the year ahead.
The private hospital operator says the pandemic has introduced significant uncertainty and forecast risk for the remainder of its financial year.
The group has withheld an interim dividend as it prioritises cash preservation due to the Covid-19 uncertainty.
The specialist engineering and construction group has grown its order book and believes clients will go ahead and award new tenders.
The Polish shopping centre owner will retain the 53 million euros it would have paid out to preserve capital and maintain liquidity.
The fund management, advisory services and commodities trading business says full-year earnings will fall by as much as 87 percent.
Apart from ongoing tough trading conditions, the packaging group is preparing to impair its operations outside SA.
The retail group says it is considering all possibilities for its Office chain of shoe stores, which remain shut under the UK lockdown.
The renewable energy investment company has written off its investment in Ignite Energy Projects as it focuses on its SA operations.
The deal will give large shareholder Vukile Property Fund the opportunity to exit as it disposes of non-core investments.
The bank has restructured loans amounting to R81 billion to affected customers as it prepares for a decline in profitability.
The oil and chemicals group says its full-year earnings will be at least 20 percent down from last year.
The casino operator will has booked large impairments as its casinos and bingo outlets remain closed under the lockdown.
The bank and wealth manager says the pandemic has already impacted trading income, investment income and expected credit losses.
The retailer and wholesaler says Covid-19 has delayed the restructuring of its Polish supermarkets and is likely to lead to higher food prices.
The construction materials and bulk commodities producer says it is ready to capitalise on government infrastructure programmes aimed at stimulating the economy.
Nulaid eggs recorded a first-half loss as prices fell and feed costs rose but the demand supply balance is expected to improve.
The group says it is preserving cash due to the impact of the lockdown on its businesses and uncertainty over when demand will return.
The group has deferred the declaration of a dividend to its next cycle when it has a better understanding of normalised trading conditions.
The property fund says its expansion into European logistics properties is timeous given the accelerated shift to online retail as a result of Covid-19.
The group has impaired some export operations due to ongoing trading difficulties that have been exacerbated by Covid-19.
The maiden results from the asset manager following its recent demerger from Investec were marred by the recent Covid-19 market correction.
The construction group will delist on 22 June, a week after Group Five also exits the exchange due to the slump in the sector.
The Fleet business was recorded as held for sale at the end of its most recent report period before the deal fell through.
The retailer says internal market research has identified attractive growth areas that a capital raise will enable it to pursue.
The food producer says its international segment was held back by reduced shipments to China and foreign exchange losses.
The luxury goods group says the additional capital will help it weather potentially tougher times while supporting business development.
The logistics group says its resources are best conserved at this time due to ongoing uncertainty in the global economy.
The mine-to-metals company is relocating its fine chrome recovery plant from DCM to one of its larger chrome sites.
The property fund is selling non-core assets as it focuses on strengthening its balance sheet and reducing debt.
The specialist storage property fund says strong rental collections are evidence of the defensive and resilient nature of its business model.
The poultry producer has also delayed a major capital programme to expand volumes as a result of the Covid-19 lockdown.
The residential property developer will reconsider a dividend once it has greater certainty about the impact of Covid-19 on its business.
The residential property and memorial parks developer is exiting its rental portfolio and outsourcing construction as it reduces debt.
The retailer and wholesaler was unable to sell items that contributed more than half of its sales last year.
The shopping centre owner says once the market has normalised there will be a greater opportunity to explore alternative capital structures and solutions.
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The drinks company says earnings for the year to end-June will be significantly lower as a result of alcohol restrictions.
The discount pharmacy chain says Baby City has been in its sights for many years and there are clear opportunities to harness synergies.
There has been elevated demand for some products, while others have suffered due to declines in elective surgical procedures due to Covid-19.
The luxury goods group is investigating a scheme to reward shareholders after halving its 2020 dividend to preserve cash.
The retailer and wholesaler says its other businesses delivered strong results and it is positive about the prosects for Poland.
The retailer says the Covid-19 lockdown and store closures will have a significant impact on its business this year.
The life assurer says volatile markets will affect returns from its Shareholder Investment Portfolio while new business volumes are likely to come under pressure.
The company says it has a strong balance sheet, cash on hand and minimal debt, positioning it to take advantage of acquisition opportunities.
After a strong year, the technology group expects revenue to dip in the period ahead due to Covid-19.
The network operator says it is too early to assess the impact of Covid-19 on its customers and quantify the effect on its business.
The Cape-focused real estate investment trust met its guidance for this year but says the outlook for the year ahead is less certain.
The investment group says results for the year to end-March will reflect the impact of Covid-19 on the value of its portfolio companies.
The financial services group says it wants to preserve financial flexibility and liquidity as the lockdown affects taxi drivers.
The vehicle telematics group says it continues to generate lots of cash despite a decline in new subscriptions since the lockdown started.
The restaurant franchisor says customers have so far reacted favourably to delivery-only services from some of its restaurant chains.
Despite a defensive portfolio with government as its biggest tenant, the property fund says liquidity remains of paramount importance at present.
The exploration and development company is preparing to move towards its first potash production in the Republic of Congo.
The supermarket group says it will consider a final dividend once it can properly assess the full impact of Covid-19 on its operations.
The mining and materials group says it will increase capacity at its open cast operations in line with market demand and government health regulations.
Barloworld subdiariary KLL issued a material adverse change notice to Tongaat due the expected impact of Covid-19 on its starch operation.
The precious metals group has reported a rebound in first-quarter production amidst rising prices for the metals it digs out the ground.
The affordable housing developer says it is well positioned for growth and should be able to absorb the impact of Covid-19.
The network operator says the trend of increased data traffic has continued into its new financial year after it reduced tariffs again last month.
The private hospitals group is holding back on an interim dividend so it can preserve cash due to uncertainty brought on by the pandemic.
The gold producer says free cash flow more than trebled despite lost production as a result of Covid-19 restrictions.
The business rescue practitioners says there is no realistic prospect of anything remaining for shareholders.
The real estate investment trust says it will re-evaluate its cash and liquidity position at year end.
The agency does not rate banks above the national ratings given the direct and indirect impact that sovereign distress would have on their debt.
The company says stringent Covid-19 restrictions and return to work processes have been implemented as it commences some operations.
The horse racing and sports betting group says business rescue is the best option to ensure its long-term survival.
The recruitment company says earnings were impacted by impairments as it struggled with constrained trading conditions.
The REIT says it will also write of its remaining investment in Edcon, which entered business rescue at the end of last month.
While the black-owned investment group has considered exiting its energy investments, it says the focus is now on returning Force Fuel to profitability.
The pulp and paper producer says orders for dissolving pulp have fallen sharply due to lower demand for textiles.
The group expects a worse second-quarter after more governments restricted its ability to brew and sell beer.
While retail trade is likely to remain under pressure in the short term, it expects its good agri-trade performance to continue.
The gold producer sold down its inventory in anticipation of the lockdown, benefitting from a rising gold price.
While global demand for its products remains high, the fisheries group has been hampered by restrictions on exports and pressure on selling prices.
The fund says it is holding back on providing any guidance for the year ahead due to the potential impact of Covid-19.
The gold producer may raise up to $200 million in share capital to part fund the acquisition of Mponeng from AngloGold Ashanti.
The shopping centre owner says it has no idea how Covid-19 will impact distributable income in the months ahead.
The shopping centre owner says close to half the floor space at its shopping centres is trading again as lockdown restrictions are eased.
The fund manager and stockbroker says it benefited from strong inflows and rand weakness in the first quarter of the year.
The property group has also continued to benefit from interest in its multi-let industrial properties in the UK.
Bidvest declined to extend the deadline to give the Prudential Authority more time to approve the R3.1 billion Eqstra transaction.
The group says it is engaging with suppliers of PGM concentrate to lift force majeure imminently as it restarts refined production.
The telecoms group says investors should not draw undue adverse inferences as a result of it making use of the extension.
The airline operator says its business model remains sounds and it believes it will return to the skies once restrictions have been lifted.
The specialist logistics property fund has reported strong rental collections, with most of its tenants continuing to operate during the lockdown.
The casual dining restaurant group says it has started reopening some of its local restaurants for delivery-only services.
Unless talks to raise capital are successful it will have to decide whether there is a reasonable prospect that its business can be rescued.
The real estate investment trust has withdrawn full-year guidance and is holding back on its interim dividend.
The logistics group says shipping was identified as being non-core to its Gateway to Africa strategy.
Due to the impact of Covid-19, the property fund says it would not be prudent to proceed on the original commercial terms.
The tobacco giant says cigarette sales have only been restricted in a few countries as it reports a good start to its 2020 financial year.
The airline operator says the lockdown has caused conditions to deteriorate to the point where it is in a very difficult financial position.
After lockdown restrictions are over, the takeover consortium will need to take a fresh look at its books before making a firm offer.
The Polish property investors says retailers will be able to resume trading sooner than previously expected.
The cement producer says overall SA sales volumes for April were about 95 percent lower than last year.
The food producer says it is trying all avenues to facilitate timeous access to an important circular by all shareholders.
The investment group wants to narrow the discount its shares trade at and avoid the burden of new regulations.
The lockdown was the final blow for the retailer, which was restructuring its business in a battle for survival.
The platinum producer has withdrawn full-year guidance and will defer capital expenditure to safeguard its position.
The earthmoving equipment and articulated dump truck group is implementing short time across its operations and reducing executive and director remuneration.
The mobile network operator reported strong first-quarter growth from both operations but said future conditions were likely to be more challenging.
The investment holding company is considering exiting its fuel investments to focus on growing its healthcare business.
The coloured gemstones group says the listing is no longer required following its admission to AIM on the London Stock Exchange.
The real estate investment trust says the only vacancy was the one left by collapsed travel firm Thomas Cook.<
The automotive and industrial parts distributor will take the number of securities on the alternative market to 37 when it lists on 5 May.
The exploration and development company expects to publish the pre-feasibility study next month as it moves towards its first potash production.
The banking group has pulled its earnings guidance for the year to end-June due to the continued deterioration in trading conditions.
The coal producer continues to engage with potential capital providers and expects to have funding for the project in place by the end of September.
Shares of the platinum producer rallied on news of a 200 percent improvement in its profitability.
The investment holding company says it is in a comfortable financial position and its Generation Schools business has adapted to online education.
The Glencore Merafe Chrome Venture put its operations on care and maintenance last month due to the national lockdown.
The investment holding company is also looking for ways to unlock the discount its shares trade at as it considers corporate action.
While retail outlets are operating under sales restrictions, pharmaceutical distribution business UPD is in prime position to supply healthcare facilities with medicine.
With a number of its mines operating at reduced capacity, Anglo has trimmed production guidance for the year and is cutting back on spending.
The oil and chemicals group says it has to take all necessary measures to manage current market volatility and uncertainty.
The building materials retailer says its SA stores are operating under strict guidelines and reduced hours.
The property group says future payouts are at the mercy of a shrinking economy, rising unemployment and declining disposable income.
The Mozambican government recently released prisoners to reduce overcrowding in its prisons, including around 150 illegal miners.
The consumer electronics group is expanding products and brands offshore as it battles weak consumer demand in SA.
The bank says says credit impairment charges in the first three months of the year were significantly higher than a year ago.
The industrial group says it is cutting costs, including its wage bill, and its board is unlikely to declare a dividend this year.
The life assurer says the impact of volatile market conditions has been felt mostly in its Shareholder Investment Portfolio.
The mining giant expects full-year production to be in line with last year but may trim capital spending going into 2021.
The oil and chemicals group fell sharply before recovering most of its losses as oil futures contracts for May expired.
The wealth manager says its financial position remains strong after completing part of its share buyback programme.
The group says it continues to attract new tenants for its multi-let industrial properties through digital channels.
Wescoal says Eskom has not yet indicated how its coal supply agreement with its power stations will be affected.
German firm RIB Software has accelerated its call option for the outstanding stake in CCS, while EOH has also sold LSD back to its sellers.
The private hospitals group has suspended all non-urgent procedures, freeing up beds for an expected influx of Covid-19 patients.
Phumelela says an extended lockdown could spell disaster for the local industry, resulting in rationalisation and job losses.
The retailer says restrictions on trade due to social distancing and lockdown measures will hurt revenue this year.
The diversified miner says apart from some SA and Colombian operations, full-year production guidance remains intact.
The gold producer says it will take up to five working days to restart its underground operations and steps have been taken to protect workers.
The resources group says after consulting its lawyers, it does not believe the event constitutes a force majeure.
The small cap financial services company wants to convert R2.56 billion in preference shares into equity following a change to its business model.
The engineering and construction services group says lockdown conditions will have a considerable negative impact on earnings.
The platinum miner recalled some of its workforce last week as it prepares to increase production under government guidelines.
While providing essential services, the food and agriculture investment company says it is not to immune to challenges posed by Covid-19.
The private hospitals group has suspended non-urgent elective surgery to deal with the coronavirus pandemic.
The aluminium products manufacturer says it is managing cash flows and costs daily as the lockdown continues.
Sky News reports that a professional services firm has been appointed to run an accelerated sales process for the UK shoe chain.
The direct marketer and fintech company says it will release a revised dividend timetable with its interim results in August.
The network operator has applied for additional spectrum and plans to spend millions to add capacity due to more customers working from home.
The pharmaceuticals and healthcare group says the proceeds will be used to reduce debt and enhance its balance sheet and liquidity.
The fast-moving consumer goods group says staff who tested positive for the virus working in the admin building.
The real estate investment trust has collected most of its rent for April but says it may postpone further dividends due to market uncertainty.
The fintech group wants to maintain liquidity in the current uncertain environment and focus on opportunities closer to home.
The Mponeng gold mine in SA is the only one of its 14 operations where production remains suspended.
The ICT group is determining the impact of market volatility on the timing of the potential flotation.
The automotive group says full-year earnings will be as much as 15 percent down on last year.
Lower interest rates and the impact of Covid-19 and recent ratings downgrades are expected to weigh on earnings this year.
The bank had planned a final payout but decided to heed the guidance of the Prudential Authority to hold back on dividends.
Wealth management and insurance made up for a weak performance from asset management as market volatility took its toll.
Alexander Forbes is exiting insurance so it can focus on its employee benefits operations and free up statutory capital.
The German-focused real estate group says it is reviewing requests for deferred rent payments from a small number of tenants.
The coronavirus curves appear to be flattening.
The shopping centre owner says five large national retailers are among those who have not paid rent this month.
The group will post a solid rise in full-year earnings thanks to its Industrial Minerals business and the Demaneng iron ore mine.
The food and agriculture investment holding company says most of its businesses reported improved performances.
The group says it will consider an additional interim dividend for 2019 when it has a clearer view of the impact of the coronavirus.
The bank joins Absa and Nedbank in making their final dividend payment for 2019 but may hold back on any distributions this year.
The group is suspending production at its Natref refinery and reducing output at Secunda as fewer motorists fill up due to the lockdown.
The food producer says a payout will depend on circumstances, as it pledges to keep prices on hold for the duration of the lockdown.
A large number of its drugs, supplements and medical devices are in demand to help treat patients with the coronavirus.
The global consumer internet groups have cash on hand and measures are in place to protect employees and support key partners affected by the virus.
The construction group says most governments in the countries where it operates have clamped down on non-essential projects.
The company says it is committed to assisting tenants to navigate through the period as part of its retention strategy.
The Prudential Authority of the SARB has relaxed capital requirements for banks but wants them to preserve cash in return.
The logistics group has withdrawn earnings guidance but says a number of its businesses continue to deliver critical products.
The technology group is taking a number of measures to secure its sustainability as a key player in the SA IT infrastructure.
The UK and German property owner says it has a strong track record of income resilience dispute current short-term disruptions.
The retail group has warned that earnings are likely to be more than 20 percent down from last year as the lockdown curtails sales.
Sales will come under pressure as the group cannot hold its regular auctions of coloured gemstones.
The decision to allow some mines to continue operating may mitigate the impact of Covid-19 on its Port and Terminals operations.
The engineering and capital equipment supplier says conditions are likely to continue deteriorating due to Covid-19.
The airline operator gave no reason for pulling out of the deal, which was aimed at extending its diversification strategy.
Apart from its Lamberts Bay Foods business, all restaurants and manufacturing plants have shut for the duration of the lockdown.
The healthcare group says there has been a spike in demand for some products, while Medscheme continues to process claims and assist members.
The technology group says it will report a much reduced first-half loss but is unsure of what lies ahead due to the pandemic.
The steel producer has suspended operations and says it will be reducing the salaries of workers for the next three months as conditions deteriorate.
The online share investment platform has reached a tipping point, with more than 150-thousand active users.
Due to exemptions for goods critical to the economy, the group can continue loading iron ore at two of its mines in the Northern Cape.
The poultry producer says rising volumes were not enough to offset the impact of lower egg prices and higher feed production costs.
The technology group says it will start to lay the groundwork now and will assess market conditions for a listing closer to the time.
The casual dining restaurant group may impair the full value of its investment in Gourmet Burger Kitchen due to the open-ended lockdown.
The food group says retail channels have picked up but sales to restaurants, cafes and bars have dried up.
The ratings agency says borrowers will find it more difficult to repay loans due to the weak economy, resulting in higher credit impairments.
The materials group says the government has created exemptions for goods deemed critical to the health of the economy and its recovery post-crisis.
The timber producer says dumping of uncertified Brazilian plywood resulted in a sharp decline in international prices.
The special dividend is less than planned as the investment group is holding some of the sale proceeds back due to uncertain market conditions.
The REIT has already paid its interim dividend but says it does not know how its full-year payout will be affected by Covid-19.
The fintech and payments group says while the third-quarter impact will be muted, the three months to June are the ones to watch.
The oil and chemicals group has put hedges in place as it warns that weaker demand and pricing could impact earnings this year.
Former Old Mutual executive Paul Hanratty replaces CEO Ian Kirk, who will stay on until December to help address Covid-19 challenges.
The group says while some of its clients and businesses have been affected by the lockdown, it has the resources to deal with the situation.
The investment holding company says it is committed to the restructuring of its portfolio but Covid-19 has caused unprecedented market turmoil.
The gold producer says output from its SA mines will fall by around three quarters during the 21-day lockdown.
The community shopping centre owner says it is engaging with retailers after collecting just half of its second-quarter rent.
The coronavirus that started in Wuhan in China in late 2019, has now engulfed the world and wreaked havoc upon the global economy.
The industrial group is implementing austerity measures but says its strong balance sheet should support it through a tough period.
The group says it wants to provide its underlying businesses with additional financial flexibility due to the impact of Covid-19.
The diversified packaging group has also warned that prolonged disruption to its supply chain could impact future operating results and cash flows.
Orders for graphic paper and dissolving wood pulp have come under pressure but it expects packaging material to be more resilient.
Sanlam says it has a R760 million pandemic reserve created specifically for an event of this nature while Santam is assessing its exposure.
Sasol is attracting significant attention from clients following a massive decline in its share price this year.
The coal producer says it will keep supplying Eskom as well as export customers to help generate foreign exchange for the country.
The diversified mining group has trimmed production guidance for coal and iron ore this year as it temporarily reduces its workforce and output.
The diversified mining group is trimming its capex budget and has suspended its share buyback programme in order to protect its finances.
The well-known businessman replaces Jabu Moleketi, who has been on the Vodacom board for the past 11 years.
The shopping centre owner has been giving rental concessions to Edcon but may now receive no rent from the retail group at all.
Dame Inga Beale, the first CEO of Lloyds of London, will replace Dr Edwin Hertzog at the AGM of the hospital group in July.
The wine and spirits producer is halting most of its production but will continue to make alcohol for sanitisers.
The shopping centre owner received less than a third of rent owed to it by the due date this week.
The London property owner says it is conserving cash as it negotiates payment plans with tenants who are affected by trading restrictions.
The industrial minerals, bulk commodities and construction materials group says it is too early to quantify the potential impact.
The real estate investment trust says given the current uncertainty it has withdrawn its full-year guidance.
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The German real estate group says underlying occupancies are likely to dip but demand for storage space is on the rise.
The construction and infrastructure group says it remains committed to future dividends once circumstances permit.
The company says as an essential services provider, it will continue supplying coal to Eskom and other essential services like hospitals.
The resources group will become the third from the sector to list on the alternative exchange.
Its petrol stations remain open and it is supplying commercial customers but there has been a drop in aviation and transport volumes.
The property fund says it is unclear how Covid-19 will impact its balance sheet and distributable income.
The niche bank and financial services group says discussions with the European investment and development company are ongoing.
The group is placing its local mines on care and maintenance and scaling back on new project work in the US.
The pulp and paper producer says the Vulindlela expansion project will undergo a controlled shut down due to the pending lockdown.
Most mines are being placed on care and maintenance but some remain critical to the economy, including those supplying coal to Eskom.
The drilling services specialist has maintained a stable order book as it develops new technology and makes complementary acquisitions.
The investment group says companies in its portfolio will be affected differently by the pandemic, with most of its Virgin Active gyms closing.
Operators in the hospitality sector are preparing to close almost all their operations for the duration of the countrywide lockdown.
Mpact and Trellidor have delayed payment of their dividends until September in order to preserve financial liquidity due to current uncertainty.
Standard Bank says it remains well capitalised and liquid but cannot estimate the likely negative impact Covid-19 will have on its performance.
The casual dining restaurant group is beefing up its home delivery capability but says trading will become increasingly difficult, impacting sales this year.
Households are stocking up on long life products including canned meat and vegetables and baby food due to Covid-19.
A growing number of property groups say retaining cash will help them weather the difficult conditions that are likely to continue for the short term.
The private education and staffing group says it will revisit the situation at its May board meeting and may resort to share buybacks.
The companies say they will revisit the share repurchase at a later date once markets have settled.
The investment group has liquidated loss-making franchises and is disposing of businesses so it can improve shareholder returns.
The network operator says it will reduce the price of its monthly bundles by up to a half next month.
The bank and wealth manager will report a decline in full-year earnings, with the pandemic impacting fourth-quarter results.
The ICT group says its Logicalis and Westcon division have reported rising orders for remote access computing, security and collaboration networks.
While supply chain disruptions are easing, the retail group says turnover will be impacted as European countries restrict trading.
The gold producer says it is developing plans to help regain delayed production once mining operations resume.
The group is reviewing its capex plans for the year due to the expense of fixing the converter plant at its Waterval smelter.
The investment group has grown its intrinsic value during a turbulent period thanks to an increase in the value of the data network operator.
The mass market bank and lender has defended the resilience of its business model following a sell-off of its shares this week.
The technology group is halfway through a two-year turnaround as it cuts costs, sells non-performing businesses and reduces debt.
The bank says it is taking steps to protect stakeholders and has appropriate capital, liquidity and funding buffers in place.
The manufacturer has benefited from new vehicle launches but says it is already seeing declines in new vehicle sales and exports due to the pandemic.
The branded food producer and distributor has benefited from improving profit margins and a lower interest bill.
The residential property developer says it is keeping a close watch on the Covid-19 virus despite strong demand for its lifestyle apartments.
The cement producer says year-to-date sales are down in SA but most of its international operations have continued to grow revenue.
The telecommunications solutions company credits a debt recovery for the improvement.
The mining services group is no longer selling its Nkomati Anthracite and Benison Coal operations but has earmarked others for disposal.
The company has reported a small rise in first-half earnings but the outlook is uncertain due to the impact of Covid-19.
The oil and chemicals group has outlined a package of measures aimed at resetting its balance sheet so it can endure a low oil price.
The diversified mining company says the polyhalite project supports its ongoing transition to supplying essential metals and minerals to meet evolving needs.
The network is ensuring that it has enough network capacity to enable people and businesses to seamlessly work from home.
The platinum producer will process most of the metal it used to deliver to Amplats using spare capacity at its Markina operations.
The hotel and casino group says the authorities have closed its operations and there is no certainty on when they will be allowed to reopen.
Investec decided against a global offer of its shares due to current market volatility.
The investment group says a deal could not be concluded on acceptable terms and further financial support was not forthcoming.
The insurance giant says it is likely to miss its targets this year due to market disruptions and weaker growth.
The group blames weaker demand, particularly in its home market, and a rising interest bill due to higher inventory levels.
The group says its production facilities and operations were unaffected after it restricted access to its IT infrastructure.
Restricted trading in several European countries will place pressure on tenants and rentals as governments try to contain the coronavirus.
The real estate investment trust says occupancy numbers are satisfactory but it is unable to push through big rent increases due to the weak economy.
Capitalworks is offering shareholders R21 per share to take the company private, with the option of retaining unlisted stock.
The coal producer says it has made good progress with the Makhado coal project as it targets the premium hard coking coal market.
The Medscheme owner says its growing trading businesses contributed to a strong rise in first-half operating profit.
The first phase of a restructuring process will result in costs of about R1.5 billion, which will affect earnings this year.
The insurance group says its operational performance was strong last year, while earnings declined due to one-off costs.
The diversified resources group plans to include more renewable energy in its portfolio as part of its response to climate change.
The shopping centre owner has blamed a massive write-down in the value of its portfolio for a loss last year.
The group is confident its foundation business is capable of generating positive cash flow from operations in a low oil price environment.
The financial services group decided against selling a stake in Ninety One to new investors due to the current market turmoil.
The network operator also says CEO Rob Shuter will step down when his four-year contract expires next year.
The banking group has grown full-year earnings thanks to stronger performances from its operations outside the country.
The pharmaceuticals group plans to slash costs and sell more businesses as it restructures its balance sheet and reduces debt.
The real estate investment trust says growth in its annual dividend will be nominal at best.
The wealth manager says it will halve its shareholder base, including many Old Mutual policyholders who received shares during its unbundling.
The effect of the coronavirus has not been significant so far but the retail group says it could affect stock availability later this year.
The banking group says it is not immune to the serious macroeconomic challenges facing the country, which it is affecting all customer segments.
The network operator will slash the price of data bundles and provide some free services after the Competition Commission weighed in.
The real estate investment trust has faced headwinds in SA and the UK and expects its operating environment to remain challenging for now.
The financial services group says its taxi finance and debt collection services businesses have remained highly defensive in a tough market.
The group plans to issue additional N shares to investors as it holds onto its cash to reduce debt and make investments.
The fast-moving consumer goods group has reported mixed fortunes as South Africans watch their spending.
The group reported a loss due to lower production, weaker prices and an impairment due to the discount its shares trade at relative to its NAV.
The security gate and shutters group says the weak economy, house price deflation and poor confidence have weighed on sales.
Shareholders will receive the interim dividend on top of the offer price made by the Housatronics Consortium.
After 70 years on the JSE, the mining holding company says it is more suited to an unlisted environment.
The ratings agency says free cash flows will not materially reduce debt built up following delays and cost overruns at its US chemicals project.
The insurance group says stripping out one-off charges, results for 2019 reflect a sold operational performance.
The bank expects full-year earnings to be up to 21 percent higher than last year.
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The approval of the Competition Tribunal means Pioneer will go ahead with its delisting in just over two weeks.
The banking group says its core operations proved resilient despite difficult trading conditions.
Halfway through its Reset and Grow strategy, the insurance group had delivered a double-digit increase in earnings.
The higher education group grew student numbers last year despite a decline in enrolments at Milpark Education.
The general insurer has maintained an underwriting margin at the top end of its target range despite higher claims.
The group says excluding the potential impact of the coronavirus, it has set a strong solid base for its full-year performance.
The shopping centre owner says it remains focused on fixing its balance sheet and may sell more properties.
The group says there has been no impact on sales or supply chains from the coronavirus yet but it is keeping a close watch.
The gases and welding group has reported a big rise in full-year profit thanks it its growing healthcare business.
The freight, logistics and financial services group is positioning itself for opportunities in key trade corridors in Africa.
The engineering and construction group says its Oil and Gas platform is positioned to become a meaningful contributors to earnings.
The software and digital solutions provider is prioritising getting its debt back to targeted levels.
The construction and infrastructure group has made further provisions as it completes the Western Roads Upgrade project in Australia.
The building materials retailer says strong cash flows supported its interim dividend even though earnings declined.
The real estate investment trust says its first-half performance was supported by its SA portfolio and strong dividends from MAS Real Estate.
The platinum producer says the ramp-up of its Styldrift mine and strong cash flow generation should support future dividends.
The property funds have called off a merger of their businesses for the second time, sending their shares higher yesterday.
The banking group expects earnings for the year ahead to grow in line with the economy plus inflation.
The industrial services group says its debt levels remain comfortable and it will consider strategic investments here and offshore.
Industry frameworks are being developed to address challenges local poultry and sugar groups continue to face due to cheap imports imbalances.
The group has benefited from acquisitions and improved margins at its SA operations but has warned of weaker abalone sales due to the coronavirus.
The property investors aims to dispose of the remainder of the Western European property investments by next year.
The ICT solutions and services group has appointed advisors to look into a possible flotation of its Latin American business on the B3 exchange.
The group says a foreign investor proposes floating a restructured group on a major stock exchange with a secondary listing on the JSE.
The platinum producer says it may consider resuming dividends in the medium term after it has de-risked the Zambezi preference share structure.
The commodities group has lifted its interim dividend by a quarter, supported by a strong rise in prices for platinum group metals.
The group is now focused on improving cash generation, reducing debt and improving returns to shareholders.
The sugar producer and land owner will use the proceeds to reduce debt in line with a financing agreement with its lenders.
The infrastructure group says although its turnaround will still take some time a solid platform has been established.
The cigarette maker has grown its share of a declining market and raised prices to compensate for lower volumes.
The brewer says the pandemic is likely to result in a 10 percent decline in first-quarter EBITDA, with the impact continuing to evolve.
The retailer and wholesaler has swung to its full-year loss and is now preparing to rejig its business and close unprofitable stores.
The paper and packaging group says it remains highly cash generative and is seeing evidence of pricing stability in certain segments.
The platinum producer has benefited from a 41 percent rise in the rand price of its metals while sustaining its operating performance.
The furniture manufacturer and retailer says it is taking a number of steps to mitigate against any potential effect of the pandemic.
The shipping group says the pandemic has shown the high interdependence of all regions and industries due to globalisation.
The automotive group says the impact of the coronavirus on the production and supply of cars and spare parts is an added risk.
The airline operator has swung to a half-year loss and has suspended dividend payments due to its current financial status.
The London property owner has reported a decline in its property portfolio and net asset value after selling its Earls Court development.
The private school group says it was affected by its decision to retain learners in a depressed economy, while its interest bill rose.
The retailer is also forming a joint venture with Equites Property Fund to manage and develop a portfolio of logistics properties.
The chemicals and explosives group is taking measures to mitigate the impact of the coronavirus on its African mining operations.
The logistics group has benefitted from the rationalisation and cost-cutting it implemented last year.
The shopping centre owner has maintained its 2019 dividend but warns that it will come down sharply this year.
The food group has benefited from margin improvement and a lower interest bill after it used its listing proceeds to reduce debt.
The oil and chemicals group has cut its interim dividend as a weaker oil price and costs at its Lake Charles project decimated earnings.
The shopping centre owner says its conservative gearing provides a buffer against the current economic climate.
The logistics and supply chain group says it faced difficulties in all its main operating geographies.
The stock exchange operator says a strong cash position supports its unchanged full-year payout despite lower earnings.
The software and digital solutions provider is not paying an interim dividend as it reviews its capital structure due to elevated debt.
The prepaid products group wrote off its investment in Cell C last year and said it would have no impact on current earnings.
The gold producer has increased its dividend by more than 50 percent as rising metals prices boosted its cash flow.
The shopping centre owner has benefited from rising rentals as more shoppers visit its centres in Central and Eastern Europe.
The mining holding company has cut its dividend by 30 percent after weaker commodity prices resulted in lower annual earnings
The pharmaceuticals group says the recent sale of its Japanese business will bring debt close to its medium-term target.
The engineering and infrastructure group says mining services subsidiary Moolmans turned in a first-half operating profit.
The sugar producer and KZN and owner is selling assets to reduce debt to levels negotiated as part of a financial arrangement with banks.
The retailer says it is looking for ways to mitigate the risks associated with the coronavirus at its Australian operations.
The retailer has been affected by difficult trading conditions including weak economic growth, load shedding and Brexit uncertainty in the UK.
The diversified mining group has increased its payout by 9 percent following a strong performance from its PGM and iron ore operations.
The financial services group says its performance was affected after it mitigated its exposure to low interest rates in the UK.
Anglo American head of processing Natascha Viljoen will replace Chris Griffith at the AGM in April.
The private tertiary education group says core headline earnings will be up to 29.9 percent higher than the previous year.
The food and casino investment group will dish out the proceeds from the Burger King sale to shareholders as a special dividend.
The global food services group says the unfolding coronavirus pandemic is likely to impact growth prospects in the months ahead.
The discount pharmacy group says the weak macroeconomic environment is unsupportive of business as customers trade down.
The gold and platinum producer is confident it can continue reducing debt after a strike disrupted its operations early last year.
The property fund has rebalanced its portfolio over the past three years, including a bet on US retail property.
The airline group has now increased the loss allowance for a settlement owed by SAA to the full outstanding amount of R790 million.
The group will pay out 92 percent of headline earnings to shareholders after rising iron ore prices boosted earnings.
The mining group says unless the virus is contained by the end of March it could affect global commodities demand.
The gold producer says its Evander project achieved on all development milestones, on schedule and budget.
The commodities producer and trader impaired some of its assets following a decline in commodity prices.
The diversified industrial group will assess its polymers unit for a possible impairment due to a cyclical downturn.
The construction and engineering group says first-half earnings per share are likely to triple.
The group blames weaker chrome prices and an impairment it raised after its shares traded at a discount to NAV.
The group has reported record earnings and declared a special dividend helped by buoyant metals prices in a fatality-free year.
The global food services group says first-half earnings reflect the challenging environment in many of its operational geographies.
The financial services group will report a decline in first-half earnings due to a hit at VitalityLife and increased investment spend.
The holding company for the new black economic empowerment scheme will list on the JSE so black investors can trade in its shares.
The diversified mining group says higher earnings from PGM metals and iron ore were offset by weaker results from manganese, nickel and coal.
The paper and plastics packaging group raised the impairments due to a weak trading environment and weakness in its share price.
The real estate investment trust says distributable income was impacted by its renegotiated rental agreement with the retail group.
After a difficult first half, the gold and platinum producer has reported a strong turnaround for its second six months.
After a weaker first-half, the group will report a rise in full-year earnings as the benefits of strategic realignment projects start to emerge.
The prepaid airtime and services group is selling some smaller investments to reduce debt and strengthen its balance sheet.
The IT solutions group has been affected by a difficult trading environment, rising finance costs and new accounting standards.
The precious stones miner and marketer has listed on the Alternative Investment Market as it tries to lure more investors.
The packaging group maintains that the relationships with the companies it acquired stakes in were above board.
The diversified mining group says its operating profit remained strong and it has paid a special dividend due to its robust financial position.
The agricultural processing group is disposing of some assets as it tries to get its debt under control.
The tile manufacturer and retailer has continued to open new stores and is piloting a new lighting division.
Recent headwinds include rising operational costs, the grounding of its Boeing MAX 8 aircraft and the SAA business rescue.
Given its healthy position, the gold producer says it has decided to go ahead with the construction of its Salares Norte project in Chile.
The Commission has attached a number of conditions including job retention, investment and an empowerment deal worth at least R1.6 billion.
Separately, AngloGold Ashanti said a non-cash impairment charge following the sale of Mponeng would result in flat to lower full-year earnings.
The food group says it has made good progress with the disposal of its processed meats business as it prepares investors for lower earnings.
The gold mine tailings retreatment specialist benefitted from a 26 percent rise in the gold price as it increased production by a third.
Amid already weak macroeconomic and trading conditions, the group says there is concern over its negative impact on growth and commodity prices.
The gold producer has lowered full-year production guidance due to grade issues at its Kusasalethu and Moab Khotsong mines.
The small cap financial services company says it will not be in a position to redeem preference shares that are due for payment next month.
The shopping centre owner says it remains engaged with shareholders and potential new investors after the Hong Kong REIT withdrew.
The property fund has increasing its stake in its Pan European Logistics platform as it takes advantage of growth in e-commerce.
The retailer and wholesaler has faced challenging conditions in all three of its main geographies as it expands into Poland.
Full-year results will be distorted by the adoption of new accounting standards and a number of non-operational items.
First-half operating profit likely tripled and the platinum producer has bought more of its Zambezi prefs without increasing its debt ratio.
The shareholder vote paves the way for Ninety One to demerge from Investec on 13 March and list three days later.
The debt-laden shopping centre owner says it is in discussions with shareholder Peel Group and and Link REIT to back a cash call.
The logistics and supply chain group has been impacted by the weak local economy and a big decline in German car making.
The transaction fits its strategy of having control or significant influence over its portfolio of unlisted investments.
The services holding company says its training cluster will make a bigger contribution to future revenue and earnings.
The group considered a number of external candidates but Mthembu stood out due to his industry experience and knowledge of the company.
The tile manufacturer and retail has managed to grow first-half earnings but has toned down its guidance for the second six months.
After the Competition Tribunal upheld a recommendation that the takeover be prohibited, the matter was referred to the Competition Appeal Court.
The fintech and payments group will spend some of the proceeds from the sale of its Korean business to grow its SA and European operations.
The food group says it is waiting for news from the relevant authorities and will provide more feedback this week.
The steel producer has faced falling prices for its products, rising input costs and weak demand due to the stagnant local economy.
Its shares fell close to 10 percent at their worse despite it flagging a strong rise in first-half profit.
The gold producer exceeded its production target while cutting costs and benefitting from a higher gold price.
The gold producer will report significantly higher first-half earnings despite a dip in production due to grade issues at two of its SA mines.
The consumer goods group says 2020 earnings will be boosted by the sale last year of its interest in the Simplot Australia joint venture.
The niche logistics group has reported a big drop in cross-border volumes and expects trading conditions to remain tough.
The embattled retailer has rallied this week following reports that private equity buyers are circling its Pepco Group subsidiary.
A good performance at its packaging and specialities segment was not enough to make up for the unprecedented fall in DWP prices.
The pharmaceuticals business has reported strong international sales and an improvement at some of its SA businesses.
The investment will be the sixth since the company listed on the Alternative Exchange of the JSE in August 2016.
The mobile network operator says a roaming agreement with Liquid Telecom means it can launch fifth generation wireless technology this year.
The group is evaluating and undertaking a number of strategic and operational initials including a review of its capital allocation.
The hotels group says trading conditions have been weak and it has also been impacted by the implementation of new accounting standards.
The commodities producer and trader grew cobalt production by 10 percent as it boosted output at the DRC mine.
A consortium majority owned by Astoria Investments plans to refocus CNA as a retailer of books, stationary and magazines.
The decline in its shares will make it more expensive to use equity to pay down its massive debt pile.
The platinum producer has paid in full for the remaining stake in BRPM that it acquired from Amplats late last year.
The earthmoving equipment has bought Wagner Asia Equipment in line with its strategy to allocation capital to opportunities that complement its competencies.
The Australian minerals explorer says the Fraser Range Belt in Australia bears similarities to the Areachap Minerals Belt in the Northern Cape.
The decision by Eskom to increase load shedding in December was one of a number of factors leading to lower ferrochrome production.
The energy and chemicals group blames lower prices for its products and costs associated with its Lake Charles Chemicals Project in the US.
The asset manager aims to demerge from Investec and list in London and Johannesburg in mid-March.
The sugar producer and land owner is expected to resume trading of its shares on the JSE after releasing interim results on Friday.
The automotive and industrial parts distributor says meaningful action is needed from the government to kickstart the economy.
The insurance group says the acquisition of AFI will position it in the top three short-term insurers in SA
CFO Brenda Berlin will take over in an acting capacity as the coal miner continues to secure funding for its Makhado project.
The chemicals and energy group says the ethoxylates unit at Lake Charles has achieved beneficial operation, ahead of schedule.
The pharmaceuticals group says it remains committed to deleveraging its balance sheet but will not sell Remedica on the cheap.
The tailings retreatment specialist says its interim results include the first period of full production at Far West Gold Recoveries.
The technology group says it has continued trimming the fat as trading conditions remain difficult.
The retail and wholesale giant will collapse its four divisions into two amid a deteriorating performance.
The consumer and commercial electronics manufacturer is expected to release its interim results by tomorrow.
The mutual bank and lender says buying back undervalued shares makes good use of its excess liquidity.
The emerging gas and helium producer says it is happy with the support it received and now owns 100 percent of its Virginia Gas Project.
Noel Doyle will have to deal with the sale of Enterprise Foods and a class action lawsuit following the 2017 listeriosis outbreak.
The sugar producer and land owner says its suspension may be lifted next week, giving investors time to absorb its latest financials.
The shopping centre owner is disposing of assets and planning a rights issue as it tries to get its balance sheet in order.
The decline came despite a debt standstill and after Blue Label impaired its investment in the mobile network operator.
The platinum producer will report headline earnings up to two-and-a-half times higher than 2018 thanks to stronger PGM prices.
The furniture and appliance retailer says strong Black Friday sales helped boost revenue as it extends its focus.
The restaurant group says conditions have been challenging due to the weak economy, rising unemployment and increasing costs.
Strong food sales stood out in a tough period for clothing and homeware and continued difficult conditions in Australia.
The petrochemicals group says the secondary listing is aimed at increasing value for shareholders and providing more trading options.
Investec Property Fund has sold two SA malls which will provide further funding capacity for its growing European logistics portfolio.
The group said KSNET was not reflected in its overall value as it sold it for more than its current market capitalisation.
The private schools group says its CEO is resisting after being placed on temporary leave as it investigates various concerns.
The petrochemicals group says an explosion a fortnight ago only affected one unit at the US chemicals project.
The late start to the school year meant many parents put off buying new uniforms until January.
Despite electricity constraints and unrest at Barberton Mines, the gold producer is more than half-way towards its target.
The plastics manufacturer says its trading results have been restored after a crippling strike in the plastics sector last year.
The investment group now has the scope to increase its exposure to certain key assets in the long-term interest of shareholders.
The steel producer says 2019 was the most challenging year for the world steel industry since the global financial crisis.
The pharmacy, health and beauty retailer credits a resilient brand and defensive offering for cash-strapped consumers.
The consumer goods group says stronger operating profit from its food and beverages was offset by a decline in its personal and footwear brands.
The diversified mining group benefited from increased PGM output and the continued ramp up of its Minas-Rio iron ore mine in Brazil.
The supermarket group has reported strong first-half sales despite the impact of load shedding and currency depreciation in some markets.
Naspers says increasing the Prosus free float will allow more investors to get exposure to the largest European consumer internet stock by value.
For the time being, the metals exploration company says it sees limited additional incremental value from continued drilling.
The net asset value of the Reinet Fund has been supported by an improvement in its holding in British American Tobacco.
The real estate investment trust is developing a number of properties in SA and the UK for blue chip tenants.
The emerging helium producer will use the cash to fund the additional stake in Tetra4, the holder of the production rights.
The investment group plans to use the proceeds to reduce debt as it prepares to realise value from its portfolio of investments.
The diversified miner says first-half output at its energy coal operation was impacted by the fires as well as a focus on higher quality products.
The real estate investment trust says the deal fits its strategy of enhancing its Polish logistics portfolio while improving its loan-to-value.
The cement producer says net proceeds from the rights issue will be used to ensure compliance with debt covenants imposed by its lenders.
A number of new directors have boarded the airline after it was accused of poor governance due to the independence of some previous members.
The shopping centre owner has been affected by a number of retailers entering company voluntary arrangements due to the weak retail environment
The fertiliser development company says given its current cash constraints it was left with no alternative but to recommend the offer.
The Rustenburg smelter has suffered material financial losses despite investment aimed at making the operation more competitive.
The logistics-focused property fund is building a new KwaZulu-Natal warehouse for the retail giant.
Following strong November sales thanks to Black Friday, December sales were affected by load shedding and bad weather.
The retailer says its SA and Australian operations held up well, while UK sales continued to be impacted by Brexit uncertainty.
Stronger sales in Europe, the US, China and Korea more than compensated from a marked contraction in Hong Kong.
Chief financial officer Pieter van der Westhuizen has been made acting CEO while the private hospital group searches for a successor.
The coloured gemstones group says its shares will start trading on 14 February as it strives to grow its investor base.
The property fund used the proceeds from the transaction to settle debt facilities with Investec Bank.
The gold and platinum producer has found job opportunities for some workers at other operations.
The IT security specialist has been demoted from the highest to the lowest reseller ranking in a move that will reduce group turnover.
Competition authorities are reviewing the Moroccan fuel retailing industry, including Vivo as a Shell licensee in that country.
The diversified miner expects the sale of SA Energy Coa