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Ayo: Matjila lied to PIC Commission

13 Mar 2020 /  Tebogo Tshwane    12
Inquiry report released on Thursday.

Matjila says from his experience, Ayo’s valuation was ‘reasonable’

26 Jul 2019 /  Tebogo Tshwane    16
PIC paid the highest asking price for Ayo Technology, and its former CEO sees nothing wrong with that.

The only unit trust to hold AEEI and Ayo

6 Jun 2019 /  Patrick Cairns   13
And AEEI is its largest holding.

Ayo valuation ‘stretched’ to meet Survé’s demands

15 May 2019 /  Tebogo Tshwane    14
Iqbal Survé instrumental in setting Ayo’s R14.7bn valuation.

AEEI does an about-turn on its treatment of Ayo

13 May 2019 /  Barbara Curson  
Glowing interim results, but …

PIC inquiry: Fears of repercussions for Ayo witness

18 Apr 2019 /  Tebogo Tshwane   8
Ayo executive gives candid account of governance issues at the company after being subpoenaed to appear before the commission.

Audit rotation hits KPMG, benefits rivals

4 Apr 2019 /  Ciaran Ryan   2
64 JSE companies have rotated auditors since 2017, four years before it becomes mandatory.

Iqbal Survé’s R50bn grand plan for Ayo

4 Apr 2019 /  Barbara Curson   17
Share price 'should reach R100 within three years', he tells PIC Commission of Inquiry.

21 CEO changes in Top 100 since January 2017

27 Mar 2018 /  Hilton Tarrant  
Executive churn appears higher than ‘normal’….

Spin-offs drive Johannesburg listings as valuations spur sellers

23 Oct 2017 /  Neo Khanyile, Bloomberg  
Six of this year’s JSE debuts carved out of other companies.

Flood of fishing listings head to the JSE

16 Feb 2017 /  Hilton Tarrant  
Two appealing IPOs, but employees must benefit.

Corporate finance activity of the week

3 Feb 2017 /  DealMakers  
Datacentrix to delist, African Phoenix to resume trading.

Premier fishing unit to list in March on JSE

1 Feb 2017 /  Wendell Roelf, Reuters  
Company will use that money to grow the business further.

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