A leading supplier of materials and solutions into the basic services sector in southern Africa, PPC has 11 cement factories in South Africa, Botswana, DRC, Ethiopia, Rwanda and Zimbabwe. PPC’s capacity is around eleven and a half million tonnes o... [more info]

Massive Steinhoff trades today: David Shapiro – deputy chairman, Sasfin

30 Jul 2015 /  Siki Mgabadeli  
Lonmin under extreme pressure.

Financials and industrials have a good showing on the market: David Shapiro – Sasfin

9 Jul 2015 /  Siki Mgabadeli  
The IMF downgrades its world growth projection.

Cement sales jump as smaller builders buy

9 Jul 2015 /  Reuters  
First quarter cement sales jumped more than 15%

Looking both backward and forward in 2015: David Shapiro – Sasfin

2 Jul 2015 /  Hanna Barry  
‘The best bets would be to stay with financials and maybe some of the consumer stocks.’

‘Gold shares were very strong’ David Shapiro – Sasfin

18 Jun 2015 /    
With the futures closeout R49bn worth of trade took place today.

Several issues take the market down: David Shapiro – Sasfin

26 May 2015 /    
Nampak numbers disappoint, as it relies more and more on the rest of Africa.

Stefanutti Stocks turns to profit. David Shapiro (Sasfin) & Willie Meyburgh (Stefanutti Stocks)

21 May 2015 /  Siki Mgabadeli   
‘A very good result from Afrimat. This is a blue-chip company. They’ve never let us down.’

Why Spar manages well in the current environment: David Shapiro – Sasfin

20 May 2015 /  Siki Mgabadeli   
‘There are lots of pockets where the companies are doing well and there’s action taking place,’

PPC share price up 7% on interim results

20 May 2015 /  Antoinette Slabbert  
African operations mitigate local market weakness.

Meet PEU Capital Partners

20 May 2015 /  Antoinette Slabbert   1
A closer look at the company behind Tshwane’s failed metering contract.

Shares flat despite resource rout

19 May 2015 /  Reuters  
BHP Billiton leading the decline after ratings agency Fitch said iron ore prices could stay low for several years.

PPC reports 38% decline in HY profit: Darryll Castle – CEO, PPC

19 May 2015 /  Siki Mgabadeli   
‘Our most exciting project is our Rwanda project … which is about to start the hot-commissioning phase.’

Industrials and financials did pretty well today: David Shapiro – Sasfin

19 May 2015 /  Siki Mgabadeli   
In the UK inflation fell below zero for the first time in 50 years.’

PPC targets $34m annual profit boost within 3 years

19 May 2015 /  Liezel Hill, Bloomberg  
CEO Darryll Castle says plans will focus on increasing revenue, adjusting prices and cost cutting across the business.

PPC H1 HEPS down 38%

19 May 2015 /  Reuters  
Interim dividend of 24 cents per share.

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