19 December 2019
The former deputy finance minister has been a non-executive director since June last year.
The property investor is channeling the proceeds from asset sales into its growing portfolio of multi-let industrial properties in the UK.
The Central and Eastern European shopping centre owner has signed a new revolving credit facility which will help fund growth.
The energy company says its shares are undervalued by about 80 percent relative to its net asset value.
An independent metallurgical report shows saleable concentrate quality of the lead, zinc and silver, with good grades reported for each concentrate.
18 December 2019
The oil and chemicals group says its ethane cracker is now producing at 85 to 90 percent of capacity after it took steps to fix it.
The group says it will still try and sell the business but only at a price that reflects its market value.
The gases and welding group will report a big rise in full-year profit thanks it its growing healthcare business.
The potash exploration and development company says there is potential to reduce capital and operating costs for the project.
The company has invited proposals from interested parties on gas fired power solutions as well as those looking to receive power in the Free State.
The Central and Eastern European landlord says it will use the proceeds to fund its pipeline of acquisitions as it grows its retail exposure.
17 December 2019
The disposal means EOH has passed its targeted asset sales this year as it reduces debt.
The packaging group has not disclosed the sale price but says the transaction will remove the pension fund liability from its balance sheet.
The real estate investment trust says its auditors have given a qualified opinion after coming up with a lower value for its properties.
The group says it will focus on growing and expanding its luxury goods brands once it has sold its remaining food interests.
The platinum producer has merged its Canadian assets into Impala Canada, which will be lead by former NAP CFO Tim Hill.
The agreement at Booysendal provides for continuity, certainty and allows all stakeholders to focus on the sustainability of the business going forward.
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13 December 2019
The network operator says while there is work to be done on price transformation it needs more spectrum to carry traffic cost effectively.
The private healthcare group says full-year revenue is likely to rise by about 6.5 percent and profit margins will be in line with guidance.
European logistics have been the top performer for the Investec Property Fund on a risk-adjusted basis over the last 18 months.
The group plans to develop and operate a portfolio of small-scale reserve power generation projects in the UK.
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12 December 2019
The battery and automotive components group says it has also had an unsolicited approach for its Turkish operation.
The sugar producer and land owner wants investors to have a clearer view of its most recent performance before its shares start trading again.
The tile manufacturer and retailer has reported a small improvement in retail turnover and expects its second half to be better.
The group has increased black ownership of two large SA divisions to a majority in a top-up transaction.
The investment group issued over a billion new shares earlier this year to shore up its operations.
The investment group has reported a sharp rise in its net asset value but a full-year loss as it restructures its business.