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Microsoft names Smith vice chair, starts $60bn buyback

15 Sep 2021 /  Dina Bass, Bloomberg   
Company’s stock has risen 35% in 2021.

TymeBank eyes breakeven next year, Discovery Bank in 2024

15 Sep 2021 /  Moneyweb    5
Both new banks continue to grow strongly …

Steinhoff kicks off settlement proceedings

15 Sep 2021 /  Adriaan Kruger   16
Sells R7.3 billion in Pepkor shares, which saw the latter's share price drop 10%.

Patrice Motsepe’s African Rainbow eyes fintech investments

14 Sep 2021 /  Roxanne Henderson, Bloomberg   7
Sets as much as R350 million aside.

Karooooo buys Picup in big e-commerce play

14 Sep 2021 /  Duncan McLeod   1
Deal is worth R70m.

Corrupt oil trader turns on colleagues in massive Africa bribe case

14 Sep 2021 /  Christian Berthelsen, Javier Blas and Bob Van Voris, Bloomberg    3
A look at the massive web of lies and corruption.

New Mtentu Bridge contract under adjudication by Sanral

14 Sep 2021 /  Roy Cokayne   21
But Aveng-Strabag JV and Sanral are squaring up for a possible court battle over the original contract.

Will the FSCA’s R50m fine on Viceroy have a chilling effect on research?

14 Sep 2021 /  Ciaran Ryan   14
Yes, says Viceroy – and that makes it less likely that the next Steinhoff will be picked up ahead of time.

Britain’s Tesco joins refillable revolution with in-store trial

13 Sep 2021 /  James Davey, Reuters  
As part of its strategy to cut plastic waste.

Another case of overpaying in the Naspers/Prosus stable …

13 Sep 2021 /  Ann Crotty   3
While Anglo American sees some interesting share price movements, Shoprite shareholders celebrate, Tongaat should beware of activist investors, and Brikor and AEEI span the spectrum of apathy.

Imperial Logistics: Minority shareholders unhappy with DP World’s buyout offer

13 Sep 2021 /  Roy Cokayne   2
Current offer 'not a fair representation of the company’s true worth' – PSG.

City Lodge losses widen but CEO hopes worst of the pandemic is over

13 Sep 2021 /  Roy Cokayne  
Andrew Widegger says it will take time for operations to return to pre-Covid levels and back to break-even.

Steinhoff inches closer to settling lawsuits after gaining more support

10 Sep 2021 /  Nqobile Dludla, Reuters   2
The retailer faces 90 separate legal claims in Germany, South Africa and the Netherlands from those shareholders and claimants.

Christo Wiese on the Steinhoff settlement proposal

10 Sep 2021 /  Ryk van Niekerk   18
'A settlement has one characteristic: it leaves all parties somewhat dissatisfied.'

Aspen gets unsolicited offers for pharma ingredient unit

10 Sep 2021 /  Janice Kew, Bloomberg   2
The approaches are for operations almost exclusively in Europe and make both chemicals and the anticoagulant drug heparin.

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