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Satrix lists global infrastructure ETF on the JSE

The Satrix Global Infrastructure Feeder ETF (STXIRF) began trading on JSE yesterday, offering investors an investment vehicle that gives them exposure to a diversified portfolio of the largest and most liquid infrastructure companies in developed and emerging markets.

JSE and FTSE Russell join forces to launch multi-asset index for...

We have once more partnered with FTSE Russell to launch a new multi-asset index solution for the South African market, leveraging the long-standing relationship between the two organisations and the rich base of the existing index offering.

Financial Services Regulation – Update

Keep up to date on the most important Financial Services Regulation developments in South Africa in June 2021.

Naspers posts strong financial performance and progresses on strategy

The Naspers Board is immensely proud of what our people achieved during the past year. They managed the pandemic, delivered powerful revenue growth and lifted profitability. Foundations were laid for future growth. The year ended 31 March 2021 (FY21) was an extraordinary period.

JSE consultation paper proposes amendments to listing requirements

The JSE has issued a consultation paper proposing changes to the Listings Regulations to cut red tape and achieve an effective, fit-for-purpose set of regulations for financial markets.

JSE guidance on effective communication with investors

The JSE has identified focus areas for listed companies to consider when raising capital to weather the COVID-19 crisis, including the amount of information they need to disclose. Over the last few months, many issuers have approached investors to raise capital to weather the COVID-19 storm or are in the process of doing so.

Shocking GDP contraction – has the economy been irrevocably damaged?

On Tuesday Stats SA announced that SA’s GDP had contracted 51% between April and June (using annualised quarter on quarter numbers – in other words, this is a 17% decrease for the quarter) as a result of the lockdown imposed in response to Covid-19. The contraction was shocking – but not unexpected. Given that government took the decision to implement one of the harshest and longest lockdowns globally, the severity of the economic contraction should not come as a surprise.  

Private equity in Africa – why you need a long-term view

Despite the hurdles, opportunities abound in Africa for private equity - but innovation and a long-term approach are needed.

Amendments to the regulation of primary and secondary listings

On 5 November, the JSE Limited (JSE) announced amendments to its Listings Requirements to strengthen the regulation of primary listings and secondary listings. The amendments follow an extensive consultation process with the market and the public that kicked off in September 2018 after the JSE released a consultation paper (Paper) on "possible regulatory responses to recent events surrounding listed issuers and trading in their shares" (click here to read the e-alert on the Paper).

MultiChoice’s first dividend remains on schedule

The video entertainment group says its strong balance sheet will support a maiden dividend at the end of the year. MultiChoice says it remains on track to pay a maiden full-year dividend amounting to R2.5 billion following a strong start to its 2020 financial year. And it's almost halved trading losses at its African operations outside of South Africa as it continues to draw more viewers.


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