28 October 2019
After a tough third quarter, the brewer expects only moderate group in EBITDA this year.
The fishing industry has faced a challenging environment due to a reduction in allowable catch rates and unrest in Hong Kong.
The retailer and marketer of Shell and Engen-branded fuels and lubricants expects another year of strong growth in gross cash profit.
The industrial property company says demand is outstripping supply in the sector that it expects to be more resilient as Brexit approaches.
The pan-African property fund is adding more blue-chip tenants as it grows its portfolio across the continent.
The fund has earmarked sales worth about R2.5 billion as it reduces its loan-to-value ratio.
While writing this article I have to admit to a degree of conflict in my mind.
25 October 2019
Market share gains have helped the pharmacy, health and beauty retailer deliver double-digit earnings growth.
The ICT and electronics group is ahead of its target to double EBITDA by the end of its 2022 financial year.
The private healthcare group has reported strong revenue growth at its local and international operations.
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The poultry and feeds group has warned of lower earnings due to a decline in egg prices and higher feed input costs.
The founders of the company have nominated new members to the Cell C board as they focus on their core business.
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24 October 2019
The vehicle telematics group expects double-digit growth in subscription revenue for the foreseeable future.
The wine and spirits group has grown first-quarter revenue in the single digits as it leverages current trends.
The wealth manager says assets under management have grown for the year despite big client outflows after a team of managers left the firm.
Stonehage Fleming is one of the largest family office firms in the world and offers a bespoke service to its global clients.
The diamond miner says it will not oppose the liquidation of West Coast Resources and will proceed with its general meeting next week.
23 October 2019
The newly-listed group has trumped a rival bid from Takeaway.Com with its 710p per share offer.
The retailer has lifted its interim dividend by 9.5 percent after a strong first half, sending its shares as much as 13 percent higher.
The diversified miner has raised its production target for the Brazilian iron ore mine after it bounced back from its suspension last year.
The pharmaceuticals and healthcare group has impaired its businesses due to adverse trading conditions in SA and Europe.
The automotive group has managed to grow earnings in a declining market for new and used vehicles.
The fund believes demand for logistics and data centres is likely to grow in the digital economy.
22 October 2019
The central London property owner says it has not yet been approached by Candy Ventures with a possible cash offer for the group.
Despite its focus on cash preservation, the housing developer has declared an interim payout after selling almost a quarter more apartments.
The affordable housing and memorial parks developer had suspended some of its projects to preserve cash due to the tough economic climate.
Purposeful optimism is not easy, especially in a time of pervasive negativity.
Uncertainty on global equity markets remains.
The building materials retailer has reported a small rise in first-quarter revenue, supported by new store openings.
The sports betting and horse racing group already warned it would not be in a position to pay a final dividend.
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