Tag: earnings per shar

UK lifts RDI REIT’s rental income

Retail and commercial-focused property firm RDI REIT has announced a 2.1 per cent rise in net rental income for this financial year. Net rental income also went up 7.7 per cent to £100 million, while portfolio occupancy remained high and stable at 97.1 per cent. Stephen Oakenfull, Deputy Chief Executive Officer of RDI REIT joins CNBC Africa for more.

Why Long4Life isn’t paying dividends yet

Long4Life has released improved results for the half year ended 31 August 2018. The investment company is reporting revenue at R1.5 billion while headline earnings amounted to R145 million. This half-year improved results are attributed to more successful acquisitions. Joining CNBC Africa for more is Brian Joffe, Long4life CEO.

Clicks reports strong growth despite tough trading conditions

Despite tough trading conditions Clicks Group continues reporting strong growth. The company has released its consolidated results for the year ended 31 August 2018 with group turnover reported to be up by 9.1 per cent. CNBC Africa's Chris Bishop spoke to the Group CEO, David Kneale.

Octodec’s Jeffrey Wapnick on how to look at the numbers

Property owner Octodec’s cash on hand fell by over 50 per cent for the full year to R62.9 million. Joining CNBC Africa to find out why and discuss the numbers further is Jeffrey Wapnick, MD of Octodec.

Dischem CEO Ivan Saltzman on growing market share, dealing with labour unrest

Pharmacy group Dischem reported a 9.4 per cent jump in half-year turnover to R10.5 billion. The headline earnings and adjusted headline earnings also went up 10.5 per cent. CNBC Africa’s Fifi Peters spoke to Dischem CEO, Ivan Saltzman.

Balwin reports strong FY revenue growth

Balwin Properties has released its interim results for the six months ended 31 August 2018 and the numbers are promising. Revenue is up by 33 per cent to R1.19 billion. Profit for the year is reported at R178 million, up by 8 per cent. The large-scale properties developer says demand was high and costs were low. Balwin CEO, Steve Brooke, joins CNBC Africa for more.

Afrocentric: Alternative models for more affordable healthcare an imperative

Afrocentric's share price has come under severe pressure falling almost 20 per cent year to date. The healthcare investor in its full year results said it believes alternative models for more affordable healthcare delivery is an imperative. Joining CNBC Africa to discuss further is Afrocentric’s CEO Antoine van Buuren.

Aspen’s CEO Stephen Saad in for the long haul

CNBC Africa’s Bronwyn Nielsen finds out from Aspen’s CEO Stephen Saad if he is in Africa’s largest producer of generic medicines for the long-haul.
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