Omnia, reported a slight rise in year earnings on Tuesday.
Lewis plans to use the business it bought from failed Ellerine Holdings to increase its appeal to customers from higher income groups.
Illovo Sugar said its full-year profit fell 8 per cent due to softer global prices.
Tsogo Sun is considering listing its property portfolio worth 30 billion rand separately.
Investec reported a 10.2 per cent rise in full-year profit on Thursday.
Tiger Brands suffered setbacks in its foreign businesses after operations in Nigeria were affected by devaluation of the naira.
South Africa's Harmony Gold on Friday narrowed its quarterly loss as job cuts helped offset lower gold output.
Gold Fields on Thursday swung to a quarterly loss as production fell 10 per cent.
Glencore on Tuesday reported a 9 per cent fall in first-quarter copper production mostly due to lower copper grades.
Anglo American said it planned to cut diamond production this year in response to lower prices.
African Rainbow Minerals's first-half headline earnings fell by more than 50 per cent.
FirstRand continues to focus on serving its customers and migrating them to electronic channels, says company CEO, Sizwe Nxasana.
South Africa's Sasol reported a 6 per cent increase in first-half earnings on Monday.
Zenith Bank’s 2014 pretax profit rose 12.78 per cent to 120 billion naira.
Mumias Sugar reported a bigger first-half loss from a year ago, which it blamed on lower sugar prices as well as a prolonged shutdown.
Barclays Bank Kenya is planning to release new products in 2015 following a positive performance in the first half of the year.
While Nigeria's performance was below MTN's own expectations after regulatory and operational challenges, its revenue increased by 12%.
South Africa's second-biggest company by revenue, Bidvest Group, reported a 5 per cent increase in half-year profit.
State-owned Angolan energy company, Sonangol has said that 2014 saw increased sales of products into Asia and South America.
Financial services firm Old Mutual said its operating profit for 2014 rose 16 per cent to 1.6 billion pounds ($2.5 billion).