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Sibanye's results strike gold

Sibanye's results strike gold

Sibanye Gold's quarter results show record gold production.
Nedbank focused on long-term value creation

Nedbank focused on long-term value creation

The Nedbank Group is focused on long-term value creation for its shareholders, says chief executive officer, Mike Brown.
Famous Brands continues expansion into Africa

Famous Brands continues expansion into Africa

South Africa’s Famous Brands opened up an additional 14 restaurants during the six months ending 31 August 2014.
Aquarius Platinum’s revenue up after production surge

Aquarius Platinum’s revenue up after production surge

The mining group posted an on-mine EBITDA increase of 138 per cent to 14.8 million US dollars for the quarter ended 30 September 2014.
DRD Gold’s glowing results

DRD Gold’s glowing results

DRD Gold saw an 18 per cent increase in revenue from 447.4 million rand in June (Q4 FY2014) to 528.5 million rand in September (Q1 FY2015).
Revenue-generating assets lift Eqstra’s FY14 results

Kumba’s Sishen mine sees increase in Q3 production

Kumba Iron Ore has said that its Sishen mine performed well against its operational plan for the quarter ending 30 September 2014.
Regulatory pressure impacts MTN Nigeria’s subscriber growth

Regulatory pressure impacts MTN Nigeria’s subscriber growth

The MTN Group has reported constrained subscriber growth in Nigeria for the quarter ending 30 September 2014.

Adcorp’s earnings robust despite strike action

Adcorp posted solid results for the six months ended 31 August 2014 despite the strike action affecting its blue-collar businesses.
BAT sees strong Global Drive Brands growth

BAT sees strong Global Drive Brands growth

British American Tobacco (BAT) has seen continued strong growth of the Global Drive Brands for the nine months ended 30 September 2014.
BHP Billiton maintains production guidance

BHP Billiton maintains production guidance

BHP Billiton has maintained its production guidance across all its operations for the quarter ending 30 September 2014.
Cost cuts help S.Africa's Pick n Pay lift H1 profit

Cost cuts help S.Africa's Pick n Pay lift H1 profit

Pick n Pay Stores Ltd reported a 32 percent rise in half-year profit as cost cuts helped offset sluggish sales growth.
Adcorp expects 564 to 582% EPS increase

Adcorp expects 564 to 582% EPS increase

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.
Datatec on stable path despite FIFA World Cup impact

Datatec on stable path despite FIFA World Cup impact

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’s performance affected by weaker Q2 trading conditions

SABMiller’s performance affected by weaker Q2 trading conditions

SABMiller has reported a five per cent rise in the group’s net producer revenue for the six months ended 30 September 2014.
Platinum mines strike drives DAW HEPS down 20%

Platinum mines strike drives DAW HEPS down 20%

Distribution and Warehousing Network (DAW) saw headline earnings per share falling 20 per cent from 66 cents in 2013 to 50 cents in 2014.
Calgro posts a 26% rise in HEPS despite metalworkers strike

Calgro posts a 26% rise in HEPS despite metalworkers strike

Calgro M3 Holdings’ has reported a 26 per cent increase in headline earnings per share to 51 cents from 40 cents in 2013.
Delta’s distribution per linked unit up 23%

Delta’s distribution per linked unit up 23%

Delta Property Fund has reported a 23 per cent surge in its distribution per linked unit to 40 cents from 32.51 cents in 2013.
Telkom expects 20% drop in HEPS

Telkom expects 20% drop in HEPS

Telkom has said that it expects a drop in its headline earnings per share (HEPS) for the six months ended 30 September 2014.
Rockwell Diamonds reports Q2 revenue growth

Rockwell Diamonds reports Q2 revenue growth

Rockwell Diamonds has said that this represented its ninth successive quarter of US dollar-denominated revenue growth.
Verimark blames rand devaluation for revenue loss

Verimark blames rand devaluation for revenue loss

Verimark has seen a 5.9 per cent decrease in revenue from 195.2 million rand in 2013 to 183.8 million rand in 2014.
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