Tiger Brands shares rise 35% since change of the guard
The company has outpaced its peers over a three-month period but its share price is still half of what it was five years ago
SA’s biggest food producer Tiger Brands has quietly been making waves on the JSE since the unceremonious change of guard nearly three months ago.
Its share price has leapt 35% to R200.51 since October 20 when Tiger announced the departure of Noel Doyle as CEO after less than three years at the helm. He was replaced by industry veteran Tjaart Kruger on a fixed-term basis...
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