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LATEST NEWS FOR Truworths International Ltd.  

Truworths International Ltd. (the company) is an investment holding and management company listed on the JSE and the Namibian Stock Exchange. Its principal trading entities, Truworths Ltd. and Office Holdings Ltd., are engaged either directly or thro... [more info]

How succession should (and should not) be done

10 May 2021 /  Ann Crotty   2
Italtile should give a class on how to pass the leadership baton, with ArcelorMittal and Absa among the first to sign up. Plus a look at some share sale action at Truworths and Exxaro.

Pepkor opens 65 new Pep and Ackermans stores

30 Apr 2021 /  Suren Naidoo  
As group defends its position in the bustling discount and value clothing retail market.

What’s going on with the Road Accident Fund?

29 Apr 2021 /  Nompu Siziba   16
‘I'm … struggling to reconcile what I see in the press every day versus the reality that we're seeing in our business’: Elad Smadja – CEO, Taurus Capital.

Through the looking glass

26 Apr 2021 /  Ann Crotty   2
Absa's lack of forward-planning laid bare, the deepening saga of Huge’s hostile play for Adapt IT, Bell Equipment disappoints, and speculation around who will take over as Truworths CEO.

Volatility in an uncertain market

26 Mar 2021 /  Nastassia Arendse   1
'2020 was a volatile year, we'll probably never forget March and April last year' –  Hannes van den Berg, Ninety One.

ARC Investments caves, will revisit management fee structure

19 Mar 2021 /  Moneyweb   13
And offers reasons why its shares are trading at a 'substantial' discount.

Stock weakness after financial results: cause for concern?

22 Feb 2021 /  Simon Brown   
Sanlam Private Wealth's Nick Kunze takes a look at markets as Sibanye and Truworths trade weaker after their results. Henry Biddlecombe from Anchor Capital talks tech news and the war between Australia and Facebook/Google.

Truworths results and the shrinking JSE

19 Feb 2021 /  Simon Brown   
Sasfin's Nesan Nair talks Truworths results and the shrinking JSE as another stock delists. Wikus Furstenberg from Futuregrowth Asset Management says it's not all doom and gloom for Finance Minister Tito Mboweni's budget speech next week. OneLogix CEO, Ian Lourens, unpacks their results and how they have diversified the company into an agri business.

Scandals prove easier to survive than a sharp tongue

15 Feb 2021 /  Ann Crotty   1
Impatience and insensitivity lead to resignation of audit firm chair. Plus a look at Net1, Truworths, Mr Price and Barloworld.

[TOP STORY] Is the retail party over?

25 Jan 2021 /  Simon Brown  
We estimate over R100 billion came to the consumer's pocket (via stimulus) in a six-month period: Evan Walker from 36ONE.

Stimulus boosts retail, but it’s short-lived

25 Jan 2021 /  Simon Brown  
Nick Kunze of Sanlam Private Wealth on the latest US GDP data and upcoming Fed update. 36One's Evan Walker gives his take on the most recent retailer updates and Martin Freeman of Orbvest talks the US's new president and its vaccine rollout programme.

Retail rallies and public vs private markets

20 Jan 2021 /  Simon Brown  
Cannon's Adrian Saville takes a look the US's new Treasury Secretary, Janet Yellen. Kruger International's Mia Kruger talks retail updates, while Alexander Forbes' David Moore weighs the difference between public and private markets as investment options.

MTI investors liable for paying back the money

19 Jan 2021 /  Simon Brown  
The FSCA's Brandon Topham on the latest in the MTI saga. Liam Hechter from Anchor talks macroeconomic drivers boosting resource stocks and Nesan Nair on foreign investors pouring some R14bn into the JSE and bond markets.

A reprieve for the world’s thought followers (that would be us)

18 Jan 2021 /  Ann Crotty   5
Davos delayed – plus a look at trust among citizens and between China and the US, with a word or two about M&R and WBHO as well as Cartrack, Truworths, RCL and Remgro.

Truworths says half-year profit could fall as much as 9%

15 Jan 2021 /  Promit Mukherjee, Reuters   1
Says UK trading conditions have been exceptionally challenging.

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