MTN will launch a new black economic empowerment scheme as Zakhele is set to unwind in November as it reaches maturity.
Adcock Ingram rose as much as 7.4% to R47.49 a share on the JSE on Friday morning after the company released a very pleasing trading update.
The financial performance of WBHO’s Australian operations boosted the earnings of the listed construction and engineering group in the year to June.
Metair has been awarded a multi-year global supply agreement by Daimler in Germany for the company’s start-stop batteries.
Sibanye Gold expects its earnings for the six months to June to increase by as much as 642 percent.
Shares in African Rainbow Minerals slid 5.01% on Friday.
Steinhoff International isn’t done with deals and has the potential to double its market value over the next five years, says the chairman.
South Africa’s largest chicken producer, RCL Foods, says full-year profit probably fell as much as 80 percent.
Coca-Cola Beverages Africa will review its spending plans in SA if Pretoria’s proposed tax on sugary drinks gets the green light.
Fishing company Oceana imports pilchards from countries such as Morocco and Thailand to meet local demand.
Fashion retail group Truworths International said that credibility assessment regulations hurt credit sales.
Adapt IT posts a 58% increase in operating profit as its diversification strategy reaps rewards.
Bell Equipment has dismissed the entire management team of its subsidiary in the DRC, plus a number of employees, due to fraud.
Hundreds of NUM members marched to Northam Platinum’s Zondereinde Mine to push for the axing of the company’s chief executive.
Tyco wants to disinvest from SA - and has agreed to sell its core security business in the country to Fidelity Security Group.