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03/23/2018 01:06 PM


S. Africa's JSE closes weaker, weight down by Naspers - Xinhua ...
JOHANNESBURG, March 22 (Xinhua) -- The Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) extended losses on Thursday, weight down by Naspsers. Naspers's shares fell 4.59 percent to R3,000, after Chinese Internet company Tencent, of which Naspers owns about a third ...
Completion of the Accelerated Offering of Tencent Shares and Lifting of Cautionary WarningMarkets Insider
Naspers to sell 190mn shares of Tencent for about US$10.64bnAfrican Review
Naspers Plans to Sell 190 million Tencent Shares & Funds Will be Used to Invest in Online Food Delivery & Fintech ...Crowdfund Insider

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03/22/2018 04:44 PM

Streetwise Reports

A Look at the Biggest Lead and Silver Producer in the World
Streetwise Reports
South32 Ltd. (S32:ASX) has the distinction of owning the giant Cannington Mine, the world's largest and lowest cost producer of both lead and silver, which is good to know, since we are of the opinion that silver is at a very low price and is an ...

03/22/2018 03:07 PM

BusinessDay (satire) (press release) (blog)

Nigeria IPO lull stretches two straight years
BusinessDay (satire) (press release) (blog)
The Nigerian Stock Exchange is yet to record a single Initial Public Offer (IPO) since 2016, as investors look to the South, East and North African markets, according to a report from global consulting firm, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC). The report ...

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03/22/2018 12:18 PM

Caj News Africa

South Africa: JSE Aims to End SA's Bad Savings Culture
Johannesburg — SOUTH Africans are generally not good savers when compared with other countries around the globe. In a bid to catch them young, the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) is inviting all high school learners and university students ...
JSE aims to end SA's bad savings cultureCaj News Africa

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03/22/2018 10:56 AM


University of Johannesburg
Food Safety News
University of Johannesburg. Tiger Brands says Listeria outbreak could cost it 1 billion Rand. By News Desk | March 22, 2018. The world's worst listeriosis outbreak is likely to cost Tiger Brands more than financial markets were expecting. And the party ...
Tiger Brands could have handled listeriosis outbreak better: ExpertRNews

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03/22/2018 04:05 AM