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LABAT

Labat (LAB) is a 57% black-owned investment holding company which listed on the JSE in 1999. The company buys and improves subsidiaries and then sells them for... read more

 
LEWIS

Lewis (LEW) is a retailer of furniture and electrical appliances operating through 807 stores under the Lewis (483 stores), Beares (137 stores), Best Home (144... read more

 
LIB-HOLD

Liberty (LBH) is a financial services, asset management and insurance company which is a 53,6% subsidiary of Standard Bank. It is Standard Bank's "bancassurance"... read more

 
LIBERTY2D

Liberty Two Degrees (L2D) is a real estate investment trust (REIT) which contains the properties spun out of Liberty - most notably, it owns a share in the Sandton... read more

 
LIBSTAR

Libstar (LBR) is a recently listed decentralised food and beverage company producing "consumer packaged goods" which raised R3bn in an initial public offer (IPO)... read more

 
LIFEHC

Life Healthcare (LHC) is the second-largest, JSE main-board listed, healthcare company with private hospitals, same-day clinics and surgeries and healthcare companies... read more

 
LIGHTHCAP

Lighthouse Capital (LTE) (previously Greenbay) was one of the Resilient group of REIT's (real estate investment trusts) along with Resilient itself, Rockcastle... read more

 
LONFIN
London Finance and Investment Group (LNF) is a British company involved in management and finance in the UK, America and Europe. It is listed on the London Stock Exchange (LSE) and the Fledgling... read more
 
LONG4LIFE

Long 4 Life (L4L) is an investment company which listed on the JSE on 7th April 2017. It raised over R2bn on listing mainly because its CEO was Brian Joffe, who... read more

 
LONMIN
Lonmin (LON) is the world's third largest producer of platinum group metals (PGMs). These include platinum, rhodium, palladium, iridium, ruthenium and gold. The company sold 681 580 ounces of... read more
 
LUXE

Luxe (Previously called Taste Holdings) consisted of two businesses - a food franchisor and a luxury goods retailer. It had master franchises in Southern Africa... read more