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Financial highlights for the year ended 30 September 2019.
The video entertainment group says its strong balance sheet will support a maiden dividend at the end of the year.
The luxury goods group says if local depositary receipt holders have not received their reclaim forms by month end they should get in touch.
Growth at the seafood and fisheries group has been supported by the addition of Viking Fishing and Ladismith Cheese to its operations.
Naspers says the top 10 consumer internet giant will have an estimated market capitalisation of $100 billion on day one.
SA investors taking up stock in Prosus when it lists next month may be liable for capital gains tax.
The internet giant is aiming to list its international internet assets on Euronext Amsterdam on 11 September.
The group now expects to list its international internet assets on Euronext Amsterdam in September.
The video entertainment business reduced losses from its Rest of Africa operations as it grew subscriber numbers by 17% to 7.7 million.
The Amsterdam-listed company will have a free float of up to 27%, which Naspers believes will attract more investors to its global internet assets
Despite record production, the aluminium products maker is reducing the value of its assets by a combined R1.45 billion.
While the bank's West African-associate weighed on 2017 earnings, a turnaround last year helped mitigate challenging conditions at home.
The video entertainment group says it will focus on returning its loss-making operations outside of South Africa to profitability as it prepares for a February listing.
If you own shares in Naspers on 26 February the unbundling will give you a direct interest in the group's video entertainment business.
Shareholders in SA, Zimbabwe and Malawi will be paid out this week, while UK shareholders will receive payment at the end of the month.
Shareholders affected by the odd-lot offer will receive R276.48c per share, to be paid out in the next few weeks.
The lender will compete with a number of new digital banks as it expands its customer base to income include more middle-income clients...
The bank will buy back shares from shareholders who received less than 100 shares in the recent unbundling Old Mutual's Nedbank stake.
The automotive group says its own listing will provide shareholders with an opportunity to participate directly in its success.
Imperial Holdings says the restructuring and separation of Imperial Logistics and Motus was “among the most complex and ambitious undertaken”.
New shareholders with less than 100 shares who want to retain their holding have to elect to do so.