23 February 2021
The energy and chemicals group has managed to cut debt by conserving cash and selling non-core businesses.
The gold mining has more than quadruped its annual dividend as it benefitted from a higher gold price and a more efficient portfolio.
The mining company reported record earnings for 2019 as it benefitted from a strong rise in prices for its metals.
The property group says turnover at its shopping centres recovered to 91 percent of 2019 levels in the final quarter of last year.
The investment group is selling some of its holdings as it tries to create more value for shareholders.
22 February 2021
The mining company has benefitted from increased production, a higher rand gold price and its bargain purchase of the Mponeng gold mine.
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The retail and wholesale group plans to close an additional 14 Masscash stores as it tries to return the division to profitability.
The banking group has already warned that a dividend is unlikely after the SARB advised banks to conserve capital.
The discount European retailer has reported higher sales but lower earnings due to the impact of Covid-19 on its stores.
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The food services company says a recovery at its operations in Europe and the UK was cut short by the second wave of the pandemic.
The short-term insurer says Contingent Business Interruption claims have had a significant adverse impact on its underwriting results.
19 February 2021
A strong operational performance coincided with stronger metal prices and a weaker rand.
The gold mining company has trebled its annual dividend as CEO Nick Holland prepares to retire.
The retailer has reported a small decline in earnings but remains cash flush after buying back shares.
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Weekly summary of Merger & Acquisition activity by South African companies
The niche logistics company has not declared an interim dividend so it can preserve cash and take advantage of new opportunities.
The warehousing, distribution and logistics group is mulling an offer to minorities so it can delist from the exchange.
Weekly summary of all Merger & Acquisition activity from across Africa (excluding South Africa)
Weekly summary of corporate finance activity by South African exchange listed companies
18 February 2021
The pharmacy and healthcare group says although customers are returning to its stores in shopping centres, consumer behaviour has changed.
The fast-moving consumer goods group says after a strong start to its financial year, sales came under pressure last month.
The global tobacco giant compensated for a dip in volumes with higher prices and a stronger sales mix.
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The chemicals and explosives group says customer activity has not yet returned to pre-pandemic levels.
The private tertiary education group says it saved on costs as it altered teaching and learning practices during the lockdowns.
The vehicle telematics group has offered shareholders cash or shares in Karooooo when its lists in the US.
17 February 2021
The wholesale and distribution group has reported flat grocery sales in SA but a big increase in turnover from its Build it chain.
The diversified resources giant says its outlook for global growth and commodity demand remains positive.
The company has reported strong performances from its Marketing and Industrial metals operations, offset by weaker coal prices.
The mine tailings pretreatment specialist is tracking towards the upper end of its full-year production guidance.
The gold mining company says the new underground gold mine will contribute considerably to its future gold production.
The real estate investment trust is negotiating the sale of seven of its shopping centres to the PIC.