18 January 2021
The retailer will report a decline in first-half sales and earnings as Covid-19 continues to affect its stores in SA and the UK.
The shopping centre owner says about 30 percent of its floorspace remains operational due to trading restrictions.
The SFO will continue to offer assistance to the ongoing investigations of other law enforcement partners.
The metals processing company has placed almost 5 percent of its enlarged share capital with institutional shareholders.
The pharmaceuticals group says the antiparasitic remedy has not been authorised as a treatment for Covid-19.
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Brasher will be replaced by Pieter Boone, who was identified in a global search that included internal candidates.
The metals processing company is expanding into copper and cobalt as its PGM and chrome operations mature.
The private schools group has bought a preparatory school in Port Elizabeth, using some of the proceeds of a rights issue.
The investment holding company extended an offer it made to one minority shareholder of the poultry and food group.
14 January 2021
The vehicle telematics group continues to grow subscribers as it targets a Nasdaq listing.
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The antenna specialist has said it wants to strengthen its radio frequency and microwave electronic design and manufacturing capabilities.
The company, which shares in a joint venture with Glencore, says production was impacted by Covid-10, weak markets and electricity constraints.
13 January 2021
The mining company says it is on track to meet its full-year production guidance in a strong spot market for platinum group metals.
The real estate investment trust has benefitted from new leases while investing in its landmark Paris property.
The disposal, announced last October, will help the fertiliser and chemicals group pay off debt and return cash to shareholders.
Tellumat sold its Air Traffic Management and Defence and Security businesses to Hensoldt South Africa for an undisclosed sum.
12 January 2021
Companies will no longer pay dividends to shareholders using cheques as they have been discontinued by banks.
Ingham Analytics say that Saxo Bank's inclusion of South Africa in its annual "outrageous predictions" was another timely reminder to investors to heed warning signals.
Buyers of the business withdrew their investment application on advice that it would be rejected by the Federal Government of Australia.
The specialist engineering and construction group expects to return to profitability this year as new projects start contributing to earnings.
The tin miner is developing more resources adjacent to its Mpama North site in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
A general offer to shareholders has kicked in after a scheme of arrangement failed to win enough support.