Food producer Premier Group — which owns brands such as Blue Ribbon bread, Iwisa maize and Snowflake flour — plans to list on the main board of the JSE as early as December.

Brait, the private equity firm that owns Premier, signalled the intention to float Premier in a stock-exchange filing on Monday, when it also released results for the six-months to end-September. As an investment firm Brait uses net asset value (NAV) per share as its key financial reporting metric, showing a 0.4% increase in the six-month period to R8.40 a share...

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