JAMIE CARR: Is Basil Read beyond a rebuild?

The construction sector has been under a whole world of pressure, and it has now claimed its first victim in the shape of Basil Read

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JAMIE CARR: Handcuffed by the rand

The initial excitement of Ramaphoria is over and now it’s time to do the heavy lifting

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JAMIE CARR: Life Healthcare looking hale and hearty

The company’s interims show a welcome return to form

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JAMIE CARR: Sygnia moves with the times

Sygnia has grown assets under management to R180.6bn at March 31, and is looking to branch out

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JAMIE CARR: Mazor: Reality check for new dawn

Mazor is taking a cautious approach in the medium term, waiting for the return of real business confidence

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JAMIE CARR: Long4Life long on promise

Long4Life is sitting on R1.7bn of cash, which gives it firepower to chase investments

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JAMIE CARR: Is Argentina a country going south?

President Mauricio Macri’s policy of gradual change hasn’t done a lot to address concerns

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JAMIE CARR: Cartrack: Stealing a march on crime

The company has achieved 25% subscriber growth in the year, on the back of an audited 91% stolen vehicle recovery rate

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JAMIE CARR: PSG Konsult’s solid scoring position

PSG Konsult is confident that changes to the political landscape will inject confidence in its client base

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JAMIE CARR: Group Five cuts back to build up

The trajectory of Group Five’s share price is at the sort of angle that gets extreme skiers excited

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JAMIE CARR: Anglo American’s black hole

Minas-Rio has been a litany of woes ever since Anglo took it on

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JAMIE CARR: Basil Read dragged down by past projects

Cash flows are still on a knife edge, and the firm’s future remains in the balance

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JAMIE CARR: South Ocean battling to stay above water

Radiant Group has chucked in a loss of R51.1m, which is just a squeak short of South Ocean’s market cap

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JAMIE CARR: Hemphill’s job well done

Old Mutual Ltd will house the group’s sub-Saharan Africa businesses, and it will entrench its position in SA

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JAMIE CARR: Stadio Holdings — where angels fear to tread

Many will be fearing that it might be pretty close to the final days of the Roman Empire, and will be voting with their feet accordingly

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JAMIE CARR: AB InBev hops to it

When you produce a third of the world’s beer, you carry a weighty responsibility in terms of planetary festivity

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