Tag: RCL Foods

RCL Foods declares dividend amid tough times

It has been a challenging environment for education, as institutions scrambled to maintain consistent delivery. Delivering its interim results, ADvTECH reported a decrease of 2 per cent in normalised earnings per share. ADvTECH CEO, Roy Douglas joins CNBC Africa for more.

ADvTECH delivers resilient performance

It has been a challenging environment for education, as institutions scrambled to maintain consistent delivery. Delivering its interim results, ADvTECH reported a decrease of 2 per cent in normalised earnings per share. ADvTECH CEO, Roy Douglas joins CNBC Africa for more.

South Africa’s RCL Foods reports 65% profit drop but offers dividend

JOHANNESBURG- (Reuters) - South African food producer RCL Foods reported a 65.4% drop in annual headline earnings on Monday, as the COVID-19 pandemic and national lockdown impacted its final quarter.

Sugar tax chews into RCL Foods FY profit

RCL Foods reported headline earning per share for the year of 37.9 cents and a 60.8 per cent drop in full-year profit. Its sugar and chicken business both posted a fall in EBITDA. RCL Foods CEO, Miles Dally joins CNBC Africa for more.

RCL Foods’ earnings hit hard by sugar, chicken businesses

RCL Foods reported a disappointing set of financial results with headline earnings dropping by 26.4 per cent to 54.8 cents, the company declared a dividend of 15 cents per share which is the same as the previous period. The food producer have attributed its results to reduced growth in the sugar and chicken businesses which were impacted by decreasing food prices. RCL Foods CEO, Miles Dalle joins CNBC Africa for more.

Tiger Brands: The cost of #Listeria

Tiger Brands: The cost of #Listeria

RCL is not in the clear for #Listeria – Health Minister

RCL is not in the clear for #Listeria – Health Minister

South Africa’s RCL says no traces of deadly listeria strain at its factory

 Independent tests at RCL Foods’ processed meat factory have not found any traces of a listeria strain that has killed 180 people since January last year, the South African food producer said...
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