The company is now fitting four cars every minute with its tracking devices. It’s a big improvement, but there’s still a way to go
The conglomerate has produced a huge turnaround thanks to rocketing demand for its New Way Power division — and there’s more to come
Textainer shareholders should be delighted with the chunky premium they’re getting from Stonepeak. Now for the rest of the JSE’s bargains
The business, supplying security fixtures, should be booming, given the crime rate. But it’s not — which may mean a rights offer or delisting could be on the ...
Despite cutting its interim dividend, the company’s shares have been on a tear. No wonder some big names have upped their stakes of late
The market was expecting big things from Namibia’s Venus oil field, but latest results suggest it will not be as lucrative as initially hoped
A R1bn price tag for its key Gordon’s gin brand wasn’t such pie in the sky after all, but please could Capevin be a little more transparent ...
Oceana’s latest haul supports a jump in its shares, but investors are overlooking the potential of York Timber, one of the JSE’s most frustrating firms
The quality of Caxton’s latest results makes a mockery of its lowly market rating
Shares in Hosken Consolidated Investments are up 40% this year, but future gains now hinge on what happens to its stake in Namibia’s potentially mammoth Venus ...
Property group Atterbury has the last laugh in its debt settlement debacle with RMH, with only a small cash payout coming its main shareholder’s way
How to pad out your restaurant fund with some of the JSE’s dividend-paying small caps
The two beaten-up construction groups may form a better team as one, considering where the share prices of both former giants are now trading
Wrestling with Trustco's valuations — the latest being an intriguing diamond deal — is about as easy as fending off the protected baboons of the Southern Cape
Trematon investors, like the runners-up in a padel tournament, may have to accept defeat and make do with a delisting as their best bet to realise some cash
The ‘stupid questions’ posed by shareholder activist Chris Logan are anything but — and RMB Holdings had better brace for a barrage of anger at its upcoming AGM
There will probably be some explosive conjecture surrounding RMB Holdings’s chunky loan to Atterbury Property, which can’t stump up the payback cash