NEWS ARCHIVES


30 July 2021

Adapt IT - is there a Huge opportunity?

The clock is ticking. If you hold Adapt IT shares, you need to make your choice re: the Huge offer this morning.

Ellies is profitable again

Ellies might have red branding, but the company no longer has a red bottom line.

Who's doing what this week in the South African M&A space?

Weekly summary of Merger & Acquisition activity by South African companies

Who's doing what in the African M&A space?

Weekly summary of all Merger & Acquisition activity from across Africa (excluding South Africa)

Weekly corporate finance activity by SA exchange-listed companies

Weekly summary of corporate finance activity by South African exchange listed companies

Stellar Capital Partners Limited

Imperial Logistics Limited




29 July 2021

Mustek's earnings are burning brightly

Mustek expects earnings to be at least 190% higher than the prior financial year, as this small cap keeps impressing.

Implats increases volumes and earnings

Impala Platinum has increased gross concentrate volumes by 15.6% and expects HEPS to be at least 20% higher.

Attacq unharmed by attacks

Attacq's portfolio wasn't damaged in the riots, which positions the company favourably for a sector recovery.

Metair is on a charge

Metair has maintained earnings momentum in the past six months and has released a trading statement.




28 July 2021

So Kumba, Kumba, staaaaand by me

Kumba has doubled its revenue year-on-year and has added another massive dividend to the mining sector bonanza.

Making SENS of Adapt IT

Adapt IT shareholders must decide by 30th July whether to accept the Huge offer or ride out the Volaris offer.

AVI reports lethargic growth

AVI could only grow revenue by 0.5% in the year ended June 2021 but has at least grown HEPS by 5% - 7%.

Lighthouse shines towards France

Lighthouse Capital is a Mauritian-domiciled property fund that is making a significant investment in France.




27 July 2021

Amplats' Christmas in July

Anglo American Platinum has declared a magnificent dividend, with yesterday's closing price reflecting a 19% annualised dividend yield.

Liberty Two Degrees grinds out a dividend

Liberty Two Degrees has released results for the six months to June 2021 and is now trading on an annualised dividend yield of 6.4%.

Merafe’s chrome shines brightly

The theme in mining at the moment is that production and prices are higher. It's no different for ferrochrome, to Merafe's benefit.

Tiger Brands is deep in the Koo

Tiger Brands doesn't have an enviable food safety record. The latest issue pales in comparison to Listeriosis, but will still cost the company a fortune.

PSG Group Limited

Liberty Two Degrees Limited




26 July 2021

Distell's cup runneth over

The gap between corporates and small businesses continues to widen, as Distell posted a strong result under the circumstances.

Famous Brands' through-the-cycle update

The food franchise group has released an operational update that includes comparatives to 2019. They tell quite the story.

City Lodge checks out of East Africa

City Lodge will sell its interests in Kenya and Tanzania, raising R460m for the group and cutting substantial operating losses.

The Week Ahead

Strong earnings from US tech stocks driving the S&P 500 higher.

MAGIC MARKETS PODCAST: Sell-offs and Sell-outs

ESG, Bitcoin, bond yields vs. share valuations and thoughts around when to sell winners. The latest episode of Magic Markets touches on all these topics.




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