The banking group says earnings have recovered faster than expected, driven by a better than anticipated rebound in the economy.
The insurance group has increased its provisions while claims have shot up due to Covid-19.
The insurance group has been impacted by a Covid-19 reserve fund and pressure on new business volumes as a result of the pandemic.
Due to Covid, there's a worrying contraction of savings in retirement funds.
Weekly summary of Merger & Acquisition activity by South African companies
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The short-term insurer is not paying a final dividend after earnings tumbled as a result of Covid-19.
The freight, logistics and financial services group says its core operations performed well despite Covid-19.
The property investment holding company says its full-year distribution may be higher than its 2020 payout.
Weekly summary of corporate finance activity by South African exchange listed companies
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The specialist engineering and construction group says it should return to profitability in 2022 and beyond.
The diversified minerals group says commodity prices are expected to remain robust, supported by economic activity in China and Covid-19 stimulus measures.
The banking group says its 2020 profits could halve from a year earlier due to the impact of Covid-19.
Despite returning to profitability, the business bank and financial services group is remaining prudent by withholding an interim dividend.
The black-empowered investment group has reduced its debt after disposing of a portion of some of its holdings.
The building materials retailer has more than doubled first half profit due to favourable trading conditions and diligent execution.
After reporting a big drop in first-half sales, the restaurant group is extending its format to cater for the new reality of Covid-19 dining.
The construction group has been negatively affected by more unidentified costs to complete a big roads project in Melbourne.
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The printing and publishing group says it continues to feel the ripples of the Covid-19 lockdowns.
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