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LATEST NEWS FOR Curro Holdings Ltd.  

Curro was established in 1998 and is the leading for-profit independent school provider in southern Africa. It develops, acquires and manages independent schools for learners from the age of three months to Grade 12. The different school models are C... [more info]

SA mid-caps are not what they used to be

4 Jul 2021 /  Patrick Cairns, Citywire   4
It’s hard to spot an emerging company in the local mid-cap universe.

Hoër studentegetalle verhoog Curro se wins

17 Mar 2021 /  Moneyweb  
Andries Greyling - uitvoerende hoof, Curro

Curro reports fall in earnings despite higher student numbers

17 Mar 2021 /  Nompu Siziba  
Andries Greyling – CEO, Curro.

New school year sees learner numbers spike 9% at Curro

17 Mar 2021 /  Suren Naidoo   3
Continued growth in private schooling in South Africa.

PnP’s CEO retires and the nature of money

15 Jan 2021 /  Simon Brown  
Anchor Capital's Deryck Janse van Rensburg on Curro's latest acquisition and PnP's new boss. Strategist Mohammed Nalla on whether we can trust money in its current form.

Joburg’s Jewel City set for further R1bn investment

UPDATE
16 Sep 2020 /  Suren Naidoo   5
R1.8bn has already been invested into the new mixed-use precinct and Absa Tower Main overhaul in the inner city.

Sun International at lowest level since ’91 and how to structure a recovery portfolio outside of tech stocks

1 Sep 2020 /  Simon Brown  
Deryck Janse van Rensburg takes a look at AdvTech, Sun International and RCL results. Sea Harvest CEO Felix Ratheb on delivering strong results despite produce demand shifts. Anchor Capital's Henry Biddlecombe on opportunities in the non-tech part of the S&P 500.

Does the future of education look more like Zoom than classroom?

1 Sep 2020 /  Ciaran Ryan   5
AdvTech and Curro demonstrate remarkable agility during lockdown.

Investec’s new USD S&P 500 Autocall and why caution is key when dealing with your data

21 Aug 2020 /  Simon Brown   
Mia Kruger on Standard Bank results and the surprisingly good ADvTECH trading update, Investec's Brian McMillan talks the upcoming USD S&P 500 Autocall listing. Heino Gevers, cybersecurity expert at Mimecast, on the Experian data breach.

Curro; Metair results, Level 2 stock opportunities and an update on how restaurants are faring

20 Aug 2020 /  Simon Brown    1
FNB's Chantal Marx talks markets, Grace Harding, Ocean Basket CEO, explains why its still far from business as usual for restaurants despite the lifting of the alcohol ban and Keith McLachlan looks at which companies are likely to rebound under Level 2.

Curro offers bigger discounts to hang on to students

20 Aug 2020 /  Ciaran Ryan   14
It managed to grow student numbers by 5% over the first part of the year.

S&P 500 at all time highs; PSG and its Capitec unbundling; Afrimat’s new acquisition

19 Aug 2020 /  Simon Brown  
Travis Robson of IG Markets SA on the S&P 500 trading at all-time highs. Nesan Nair of Sasfin Securities on the potential for a value unlock as PSG unbundles Capitec. Afrimat CEO Andries van Heerden on its iron ore acquisition and if there are signs of infrastructure spend.

Rand on the up, Datatec’s update and tech stocks rally

22 Jul 2020 /  Simon Brown  
Deryck Janse van Rensburg from Anchor Capital talks markets as the rand powers through 16.40 and gold hits 1 858/oz. Keith McLachlan from AlphaWealth on the strong Datatec update. Henry Biddlecombe, fund manager at Anchor Capital, on the decade-long tech rally and whether it will continue.

The Capitec update, education stocks and infrastructure as a Reg 28 asset

6 Jul 2020 /  Simon Brown  
Nick Kunze from Sanlam Private Wealth on the Capitec update, worse or better than expected? Small caps analyst Anthony Clark looks at his preferred education stocks and Prabashini Moodley of Old Mutual Corporate on infrastructure as a Reg 28 asset.

Rand on the up, buying businesses not stocks and Satrix’s new ETF

2 Jul 2020 /  Simon Brown   4
Nesan Nair of Sasfin Securities discusses rand strength, the gold price and trade risk. Samantha Steyn from Cannon Asset Management unpacks buying businesses not stocks and sticking with the strategy as share prices tumble. Helena Conradie from Satrix on the new MSCI China ETF

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