02 December 2020
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The packaging group was impacted by lockdowns, the ban on alcohol sales in SA and hefty impairments.
After a good first-half, the fund manager says it will report strong full-year earnings growth.
The technology group is planning to demerge and list its Bytes UK business on the London Stock Exchange before Christmas.
The real estate investment trust says offshore dividends were withheld and Covid-19 had a big impact on its local portfolio.
The distribution centre is the second development deal to arise from its partnership with UK property developer Newlands.
The pharmaceuticals group says its drugs and hospital equipment should offset the negative commercial impact of the pandemic.
01 December 2020
After holding back on an interim payout, the bank says a final dividend will depend on a host of factors including regulatory guidance.
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ESG, short for environmental, social, governance may seem touchy-feely say Ingham Analytics but fund managers and even private investors are taking it seriously.
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.
Britain's forecast GDP contraction the worst in 300 years.
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
30 November 2020
The online share trading and investment platform has scaled up significantly and entered new partnerships over the past year.
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.
The property group says trading at its shopping centres has recovered but vacancies are also on the rise.
Its shares slumped after it postponed the release of its interim results while it figures out the impact of fraud on its accounts.
The public-private partnership includes a major upgrade of roads at the busiest inland border post in the country.
27 November 2020
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 group says footfall has returned to its retail fuel outlets and revenue has recovered - but not quite to pre-Covid-19 levels.
The packaging group has been impacted by Covid-19, impairments and volatile currencies.
Weekly summary of Merger & Acquisition activity by South African companies
Weekly summary of all Merger & Acquisition activity from across Africa (excluding South Africa)
The engineering and construction group says new project awards are only likely to contribute to its second-half performance.
The beleaguered construction group is reducing loss-making projects so it can return to profitability.
Weekly summary of corporate finance activity by South African exchange listed companies
A key area of concern for companies where BEE deals are currently underwater is that their BEE status may be impacted.
Some non-residents who were unable to leave the country after March 2020 could become tax resident as a result of the lockdown rules
26 November 2020
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.
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The real estate investment trust will no longer pay out 100 percent of distributable earnings to shareholders.
The infrastructure group says the move is aimed at protecting investors with limited information about its predicament.
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The digital technology investment company is in a stronger position after repositioning and restructuring its operations.