08 February 2021
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The packaging group says its Metals business was not as badly affected by the third alcohol ban, which ended last week.
The network operator will report a rise of as much as 70 per cent in full-year profit as it grows subscribers and service revenue.
While the second Covid-19 wave has been more severe, revenue and operating profit have improved since the end of its last financial year.
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A strong operational performance and the full-year inclusion of its Marikana operations coincided with an improvement in metal prices.
The energy company says MAST will announce its LSE listing date with its final prospectus.
The telecoms and fintech group says a combination with Adapt IT would reduce financial risk exposure and create critical mass.
05 February 2021
The property fund says its short-term liquidity could come under pressure if lockdowns and trading restrictions affect its tenants.
The National Mining Agency declined a request to keep the loss-making mines on care and maintenance.
The publishing and printing group now owns just under a third of the issued share capital of Mpact.
A number of its subsidiaries will help NED Nederlands leverage its presence in Africa.
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04 February 2021
The drinks group has grown volumes and revenue as South Africans stockpiled ahead of liquor bans.
After posting a decline in earnings last year, the group will report an improved performance for the first half of its new financial year.
The paper and pulp producer expects profitability to continue improving in the second quarter as demand and prices recover.
The aluminium products manufacturer says demand for its rolled products has picked up since the announcement of new import duties.
The electrical, cable and lighting business says first-half earnings will be as much as 30 percent higher.
Cynthia Carroll has worked in the resources sector for more than 30 years at companies that include Amoco, Alcan, Anglo American and Vedanta.
03 February 2021
Ingham Analytic says that the Sasol trading statement for the six months ended 31 December 2020 seems quite good at first glance but less so in...
A trading update from the automotive group points to a better outcome than it expected three months ago.
The network operator says any further delays in allocating new 5G spectrum will be negative for customers.
A lender consortium has increased its debt exposure to more than three-quarters and wants Ascendis to hold on to Remedica.
The group will report a basic loss and a big decline in headline earnings after the pandemic resulted in fewer learners and rising impairments.
The property fund released unreviewed results in 2019 after it bumped heads with its auditors over property valuations.
The Okiep Copper Company historically produced more than 2 million tons of copper in the Northern Cape.
02 February 2021
The telecoms and fintech group says it is ready, able and willing to proceed with its offer for Adapt IT.
The investment company says liquidity at its Virgin gyms in the UK, Italy and Asia Pacific has dried up.
The mine tailings retreatment specialist says increased revenue was offset by higher costs.
The plastics manufacturer benefitted from higher sales volumes and operational efficiencies.
The Polish government has eased restrictions as Covid-19 case numbers in the country continue to decline.