Mazor to delist from JSE in February

Building materials group concludes costs of local bourse listing outweigh benefits

Investor wants Bell Equipment to appoint independent committee to consider takeover offers

Last week chair Gary Bell said a delisting of the earth-moving equipment supplier was on the cards

WBHO chief laments corruption at parastatals

CEO Wolfgang Neff says there's been an improvement in tender activity in SA

ELB Group to delist from JSE in February

Delisting from the bourse is integral to the group's plans to cut costs, and follows the delisting of Group Five and Esor in 2020

Consol pours R8m down the drain every day because of liquor ban

The company, which has warned of job cuts and further divestment, cannot stop its furnaces as the third liquor ban brings chaos

Bell Equipment rises more than 4% on potential delisting

Bell is regarded as a natural takeover target now, but this is being thwarted by a complicated ownership structure

UK authorities drop corruption probe against British American Tobacco

The UK’s Serious Fraud Office says there is insufficient evidence to prosecute the tobacco giant, after claims it bribed African officials

Bell family considers delisting Bell Equipment

Private family group IA Bell, which owns 38.7% of Bell Equipment, wants to increase its stake to 70.1%

Politics may have crashed WBHO asset sale

The potential acquirer of the group’s Australian construction units received advice its investment would be rejected on security concerns

Murray & Roberts eyes return to profit after winning A$400m gas contract

The group expects to return to profitability in its 2021 year, as it starts seeing the financial benefits of recently awarded contracts

Industrial users face oxygen supply crunch after force majeure notices

Notices amid increasing demand from hospitals worry industrial users of bulk oxygen — Afrox Linde, Air Liquide and Air Products

Mondi to buy €66m stake in Turkish corrugated packaging firm

The company aims to eventually acquire Olmuksan from US group International Paper

Tribunal fines state blanket tender winner R5m for collusion

Competition Tribunal finds Aranda Textile Mills and Mzansi Blanket Supplies engaged in price fixing and collusive tendering to secure lucrative government ...

Big drive in East Africa for electric motorbikes

Start-ups springing up across the region to supply and manage taxi drivers

Apple CEO turned down talks on Tesla acquisition idea, Elon Musk says

Tesla chief says he wanted to discuss with Tim Cook the possibility of selling

Dangote Cement plans Nigeria’s first share buyback

Aliko Dangote's company will repurchase as much as 10% of issued capital

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