Pick n Pay Stores Ltd reported a 32 percent rise in half-year profit as cost cuts helped offset sluggish sales growth.
Adcorp has said that its earnings per share (EPS) are expected to increase by 564 to 582 per cent for the six months ending 31 August 2014.
The ICT group managed to deliver good revenue growth despite the impact this year’s FIFA World Cup had on its IT division Logicalis.
SABMiller has reported a five per cent rise in the group’s net producer revenue for the six months ended 30 September 2014.
Nigerian stocks surged to a 4-month high on Monday after equity index provider MSCI increased the weight of Africa's biggest economy.
The All share Index swung to a positive close yesterday rallying 1.1 per cent to close at 39.553 points.
Nigerian stocks hit a 7-week low while the country's shortest tenor bond yield spiked 10 basis points on Thursday.
Nigeria’s Debt Management Office has issued 30 billion naira worth of three and 20 year bonds.
The Kenyan shilling traded steadily against the dollar closing at 87.80/90 to the dollar on Thursday.
The Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) 20-share index continues to shed points.
Kenya’s Equity Bank has unveiled its Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) strategy set to launch in July 2014.
The Nairobi Securities Exchange 20 Share Index has continued to drop as Kenya continues to feel the threat of terror attacks.
South Africa's rand touched a fresh 8-month low against the dollar on Monday.
The adjusted big mac index revealed that the South African rand is currently one of the most undervalued currencies.
South Africa's rand was largely flat against the dollar on Thursday ahead of a central bank decision on interest rates later in the session.
South Africa's rand was still on a firm footing against the dollar on Friday after touching 10-day highs the previous session.
Zimbabwe's gold production fell 26 per cent to six tonnes during the January-July period, compared to the same period a year earlier.
Rand Refinery has announced that its shareholders have approved a 1.2 billion rand irrevocable, subordinated loan facility.
About 50,000 metric tons of unsold sugar is being held by Ugandan sugar processors which is slowing the industry's expansion programmes.
Numsa members working for Eskom will join other union members when they down tools next Tuesday.
Global equities are getting more expensive and definitely not the same value experienced in 2008 and 2009.
Markets opened Monday morning relatively flat in the industrials, down in the financials and banks and up in the resources.
The Johannesburg Stock Exchange AltX market welcomed a new company listing on Friday, Visual International.
South African stocks inched higher on Wednesday.