Cullinan – Hot or Not


Cullinan (JSE:CUL) has subsidiaries operating in the Tourism and Leisure sector, and is controlled by the Tollman family through the global Travcorp group. It has a market cap of R885.49 million, a price to earnings ratio of 11.70 and a dividend yield of 1.82 per cent..Guest Nesan Nair, Sasfin Security and resident expert Paul Theron from Vestact decide whether Wilderness hot or not.

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