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4Sight (4SI) is a Mauritian company which specialises in investing in "4th Industrial Revolution" companies and technologies. The first industrial revolution is seen as that which was involved... read more
Anglovaal Industries (AVI) is a generalised producer of consumer products in the food, cosmetics and apparel sectors. It has a diverse range of very well-known South African brands such as I&J... read more
Anheuser-Busch, or AB-InBev (ANH), is the world's largest brewer of beer, operating in both first world countries and emerging markets. On 10th October 2016, AB-InBev bought out SABMiller for... read more
ABSA (ABG) is one of the largest banking groups operating in Africa. It has well-established branches in 12 African countries and representative offices in at least 6 more. It offers a range... read more
Accentuate (ACE) is a supplier of materials to the flooring, chemical blending, commercial cleaning, water treatment and maintenance industries. It has 5 regional offices in South Africa, 2 factories,... read more

Accelerate Property (APF) is a real estate investment trust (REIT) which has 56 properties valued at R12,7bn, split 70% retail, 15% office and 15% industrial across... read more

Acsion (ACS) is a real estate investment trust (REIT) with properties mainly in the retail sector. The portfolio is worth R8,3bn with a gross lettable area (GLA) of 257566 square meters in 9... read more

Adapt IT (ADI) is an IT company, similar to EOH, but smaller. It has activities in the hospitality, manufacturing, energy, education and financial services sectors.... read more

Adcock (AIP) is a leading supplier of pharmaceuticals to both the private and public sector in South Africa. It has also diversified to India and other sub-Saharan countries. The business that... read more

Adcorp (ADR) is an employment company with subsidiaries operating in South Africa and Australia. Managerially, efforts have been made in (1) defining and focusing... read more

Adrenna (ANA) is a very thinly traded small real estate investment trust (REIT) with a market capitalisation of R53m which concentrates on property in the Western Cape. It owns two properties... read more

Advanced Health (AVL) is a small Alt-X listed company in the healthcare industry that specialises in day clinics in South Africa and Australia. The company listed... read more

Advtech (ADH) is one of three listed commercial educational companies on the JSE (the others are Curro and its separately listed sister company, Stadio). Advtech has two divisions - a schools... read more
AECI (AFE) is a leading producer of chemicals and explosives in South Africa. It supplies products for the mining industry, water treatment, animal health, food and beverages, and the industrial... read more
This is a black-owned investment holding company which is itself a subsidiary of Sekunjalo, a company controlled by Iqbal Surve and his family. Surve is a medical doctor who had very strong political... read more

This is the holding company of listed company Rex Trueform (RTO) which is also listed on the JSE. Both this share and Rex Trueform (RTO) are extremely thinly traded... read more

Afdawn (ADW) is a small micro-lending company, listed on the Alt-X in 2004. Its share price rose as high as 550c in November 2007, but has since fallen back to 16c. The company is in the process... read more
Afenergy (AEY) was listed on the JSE on 30th June 2017 as a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) with the idea of pursuing acquisitions in the energy sector and commercial enterprises.... read more
Alexander Forbes (AFH) is a financial services company offering asset management, insurance, healthcare, retirement, consulting and wealth management to both corporate and private clients. It... read more

Afrimat (AFT) is an open-pit mining company that supplies composites, construction materials and other commodities to a range of industries in Southern Africa.... read more

Afristrat (formerly Ecsponent) is a penny stock, listed in the venture capital fledgling sector of the JSE. The company presents itself as a financial services group with operations in Botswana,... read more
Afrocentric (ACT) is a black-owned investment holding company which focuses on health administration and insurance. Sanlam recently acquired 28,7% of the company which will help with its financing... read more
Afrox (AFX) is the largest company supplying liquid petroleum gas (LPG) and atmospheric gases to the mining and manufacturing industries in South Africa and 7 other African countries. It has... read more

AH Vest (AHL) produces a range of sauces under the All-Joy brand and seeks to diversify into ready meals, soups and canned vegetables. It is the second largest... read more


Alaris Holdings (ALH) is a designer, manufacturer and marketer of RF antennas and related equipment. Its products are used in communication, frequency spectrum... read more

Alphamin (APH) is a tin mining and exploration company operating out of Mauritius. Its primary asset is just over 80% of Alphamin Bisie Mining which has a tin mine in the DRC. The company claims... read more

Allied Electronics Corp, or Altron (AEL), is an information and communications technology company which was started by Bill Venter in 1965. It has recently been... read more

Alviva Holdings (AVV) is "one of Africa's largest providers of information and communication technology products and services". It has three operating divisions - ICT Distribution which imports,... read more

African Media Entertainment (AME) is a company which specialises in running radio stations and whose revenue comes principally from advertising on those stations.... read more

Anglo American Platinum (AMS), or Amplats, is the second largest platinum producing company in the world (after Sibanye), producing a large portion of the world's platinum. It is owned 77,62%... read more
Anchor (ACG) is a local and off-shore financial services holding company with primarily three businesses - asset management, private clients and stockbroking. It listed on the JSE in July 2014.... read more
Andulela (AND) is an investment holding company listed on the main board. It has two subsidiaries - 83,6% of Kilken Platinum, a producer of low cost PGMs (palladium, platinum, rhodium and gold)... read more
Anglogold Ashanti (ANG) is an international gold producer which used to have operations in South Africa (the last of which, Mponeng, has now been sold), and still has assets in the DRC, Tanzania,... read more
With Anglo American (AGL), the risk normally associated with commodity stocks is mitigated in two ways. Firstly, the company has diversity of different minerals which reduces the impact of any... read more
ARB Holdings (ARH) is an electrical contracting company that owns property and is involved in vehicle leasing. It owns 74% of ARB Electrical Wholesalers which has 23 branches throughout South... read more
African Rainbow Capital (AIL) is a BEE investment company that was formed in 2015 and listed on the JSE in September 2017. Since it was formed, AIL has invested in more than 40 listed and unlisted... read more
ArcelorMittal (ACL) is South Africa's largest steel producing company. It has survived where companies like Highveld Steel have disappeared. Arguably, ArcelorMittal felt the impact of the sub-prime... read more

Arden Capital (ACZ) is an investment holding company registered in Mauritius which specialises in running tourist-orientated businesses in Zimbabwe, particularly... read more


Argent (ART) is a manufacturer and beneficiator of steel and aluminium products supplying a wide range of businesses in South Africa. It also has operations in... read more

African Rainbow Minerals (ARM) (ARI) is a diversified mining company controlled by Patrice Motsepe, involved in a variety of mining ventures. Its interests include platinum group metals (PGM),... read more

Ascendis Health (ASC) is a South African company which manufactures brands aimed at health in animals, plants and people. On 30th January 2020, the company said,... read more


Aspen (APN) is a pharmaceutical company which trades in 150 countries in a wide range of specialty and branded products aimed at a range of acute and chronic medical... read more

Assore (ASR) is a miner of base metals, especially iron ore, manganese and chrome. It has 50% of Associated Manganese (Assmang) with partner African Rainbow Minerals. The company owns a manganese... read more

Astoria (ARA) was an investment company which was formed to give investors exposure to an international selection of equities in developed economies. In its results... read more


Astral Foods (ARL) is a leading poultry producer in South Africa. The company's activities include integrated broiler operations, where they have a processing... read more

Atlatsa (ATL) is a BEE company involved in platinum group metals (PGM) in the Bushveld Complex. It has a primary listing on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSE) and a secondary listing on the Alt-X... read more
Atlantic Leaf Properties (ALP) is a property company, listed on the JSE and the Mauritian Stock Exchange, which has become a real estate investment trust (REIT) and intends to list on the London... read more
Attacq (ATT) is a BEE level 2 property developer that converted to a real estate investment trust (REIT) in May 2018 and has been listed on the JSE since 2013. It is the owner of the Mall of... read more

The once-massive construction company, Aveng (AEG), which traded at R69 a share in 2008, has been reduced to a penny stock. This sad demise has been brought about... read more

Avior (AVR) is a capital markets research and trading firm covering equities, fixed interest and derivative markets in Southern Africa. The company claims to have 200 institutional clients and... read more
Arrowhead Property (AWA and AHB) is a real estate investment trust (REIT) which owns a diversified South African portfolio and shares in a number of other property companies worth in total R8,3bn.... read more
AYO is a black-owned technology company that was spun out of AEEI and in which AEEI still holds 49,4%. There were suspicious circumstances with a massive R4,3bn investment by the Public Investment... read more

Balwin Properties (BWN) is a developer of secure sectional title properties in South Africa. The company is now turning its attention to renting out some of the... read more


Barloworld (BAW) is an international supplier of heavy earth-moving equipment and vehicles to the mining, agriculture, infrastructure, power, automotive and logistics... read more

Basil Read (BSR) was one of South Africa's leading construction companies involved in mining, civil engineering, road construction, housing and other areas. Like other construction companies,... read more
British American Tobacco (BTI) describes itself as a "leading consumer goods company" - which is a euphemistic way of saying that they produce and sell an enormous number of cigarettes and related... read more

Bauba (BAU) is a black-empowered junior mining company which has recently moved away from platinum group metals (PGM) production because of low prices to concentrate... read more


Bell (BEL) is a manufacturer and distributor of heavy equipment, mainly earth-moving equipment to the mining construction, agriculture and waste management industries.... read more


BHP is a world-wide commodities company with its headquarters in Melbourne, Australia. It processes minerals, oil and gas and it has 62000 employees, mostly in... read more


Bidcorp (BID) is a diversified international food company which operates in 34 countries around the world. It was spun out of Bidvest in June 2017 to release shareholder... read more

Bidvest (BVT) is a highly diversified South African company with dozens of subsidiaries. Its most notable investments are 66% of Bidvest Namibia which also owns a large property portfolio rented... read more
Billiton (BIL) is a massive international mining house with 60 000 employees and substantial assets world-wide. It is involved in petroleum, copper, iron, nickel, cobalt and coal. In the September... read more
Tiso Blackstar (TBG) is primarily a media company with interests in South Africa and the rest of Africa. It owns iconic newsprint brands like the Sunday Times, Business Day and The Sowetan. It... read more
Blue Label Telecoms (BLT) is a company which has interests in selling secure tokens of value - such as airtime, starter packs and electricity. It bought 45% of Cell-C in September 2016 thus it's... read more
Bowler Metcalf (BCF) is a plastics manufacturing company that began in 1972 and listed on the JSE in 1987. The company's products include tube manufacture, printing, injection stretch blow-moulding,... read more
Brainworks (BWZ) is an exclusively Zimbabwean company with investments in the hotel and leisure industry there. It owns an array of hotels like the Monomotapa hotel and the Victoria Falls Hotel... read more

Brait (BAT) is an investment holding company which owns 78% of Virgin Active, 93,7% of Premier and 18,5% of New Look (a clothing retailer in the UK). It sold its... read more


Brikor (BIK) is a company that manufactures bricks, roof tiles and clay pipes. It was listed on the Alt-X in August 2007 and describes itself as "a diverse manufacturer... read more

Brimstone (BRT) is a black-controlled investment holding company with a diverse portfolio of holdings. It owns: 1. 54,2% of Sea Harvest, which is a listed fishing company and has a market capitalisation... read more
Brimstone (BRT) is a black-controlled investment holding company with a diverse portfolio of holdings. It owns: 1. 54,2% of Sea Harvest, which is a listed fishing company and has a market capitalisation... read more

Buffalo (BUC) mines high-quality bituminous coal and anthracite in Dundee, Natal. It has a primary listing on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) and a secondary... read more


Bytes Technology was spun out of Altron and separately listed on the London Stock Exchange (LSE) and the JSE. At listing it had a market capitalisation of about... read more


Cafca (CAC) is a cable manufacturer that produces over 900 cable and transmission products. Most of its business is conducted in Southern Africa. The company is... read more

Calgro (CGR) is a developer of large-scale integrated properties, rental units and memorials. It was established in 1995 and listed on the JSE in November 2007. It acquires suitable land and... read more
Capital Counties Properties (CCO), Capco, is a real estate investment trust (REIT) with a primary listing on the London Stock Exchange (LSE) and a secondary listing on the JSE. It is included... read more

Capitec Bank (CPI), now the country's largest bank by customer numbers, was launched by PSG, and has been a major disrupter in the South African banking system.... read more


Caprec (CTA) is a fintech company offering payments and payment infrastructure as well as software and services. Patrice Motsepe's African Rainbow Capital (ARC)... read more


Capital and Regional (CRP) is a UK real estate investment trust (REIT) which owns and manages in-town community centers in England. Obviously, both the UK consumer... read more

Cartrack (CTK) is a vehicle recovery, insurance, telematics and fleet management company operating in 24 countries around the world. It has a 92% recovery rate, which it claims is the best in... read more
Cashbuild (CSB) is the largest retailer in Southern Africa of building materials and related hardware, concentrating on the home improvements market. In the currently depressed economies of Southern... read more

Castleview (CVW) is a real estate investment trust that owns two properties - a shopping mall in Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape, "Pier 14" which the company... read more


Caxton (CAT) is a South African printer and publisher. It publishes 13 well-known South African magazines such as Bona and Farmer's Weekly. It employs 5500 people.... read more

Choppies (CHP) is a Botswana-based grocery retailer previously with 212 stores which operated in South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Kenya. The company has a primary listing on the Botswana... read more
Chrometco (CMO) is a company involved in the exploration and mining of chrome. In its results for the six months to 31st August 2020 the company reported revenue down by 3% and a headline loss... read more
Consolidated Infrastructure Group (CIL) is an African infrastructure company which listed on the JSE in 2007. The company has four divisions - Power, Rail, Building Materials and Oil & Gas.... read more

City Lodge (CLH) runs a group of about 62 hotels in six African countries, with most of its business in South Africa. It is primarily aimed at the business traveller... read more


Clicks (CLS) describes itself as a retail-led healthcare group. It incorporates Clicks, GNC and The Body Shop. Clicks has 782 stores of which 585 include pharmacies... read more

Clientele Life (CLI) is a small insurance company selling short- and long-term policies and underwriting insurance products. Their products are sold through agents and brokers as well as by tele-sales.... read more
Clover (CLR) is the leading supplier of dairy products in South Africa. In the past year it has been moving towards branded high-margin products and away from bulk products. To achieve this it... read more

Combined Motor Holdings (CMH) runs car dealerships in Nissan, Volvo, Toyota, Opel, Subaru, Lexus, Mazda, Isuzu and Ford - selling both new and used vehicles. The... read more

Cognition (CGN) is a group of companies which specialises in agency-based payment systems, fax to e-mail services, knowledge creation and management. Cognition describes itself as "a multi-disciplinary... read more
Comair (COM) was South Africa's only listed airline until it went into business rescue on 5th May 2020. It operated for British Airways in South Africa and also ran the discount airline, Kulula.... read more

Conduit Capital (CND) is a small financial services company, mainly in the insurance industry. It has two operating divisions - Investments and Insurance &... read more


Coronation (CML) is one of South Africa's largest asset managers and the only one listed on the JSE. Founded in 1993, the company grew very well until 2015. At... read more


Crookes Brothers (CKS) is an agricultural and property company which was formed in 1913 and listed on the JSE in 1948. The company produces sugar cane, bananas,... read more


CSG Holdings (CSG) is an outsource business, supplying staffing solutions, facility management and, recently, security services. In its results for the six months... read more

Curro (COH) is a private education group that concentrates on building and running schools for children up to matric. Their tertiary division was unbundled with effect from 3-10-2017 and separately... read more

Datatec (DTC) is an international IT and telecommunications company operating in more than 50 countries. It operates in the United States, South America, Europe,... read more

Dawn (DAW) is a manufacturer and retailer of bathroom fittings, sanitary ware and related products in Southern Africa. The company has been battling with the depressed consumer environment in... read more
Delta Property (DLT) was a level 2 black empowered real estate investment trust (REIT) with a portfolio valued at R11,3bn and a loan-to-value ratio of 44,3%. Roughly 80% of its rental income... read more

Delta Property (DLT) was a level 2 black empowered real estate investment trust (REIT) with a portfolio valued at R11,3bn and a loan-to-value ratio of 44,3%. Roughly... read more


Deneb (DNB) is a 67,8% subsidiary of Hosken Consolidated Investments (HCI), listed on the JSE under specialty financial services. Deneb is an investment holding... read more


Dipula "A" shares (DIA) receive a preferred income of 5% while the "B" share (DIB) receives the balance. So the "A" share is more stable and less risky. Dipula... read more

Dipula "A" shares (DIA) receive a preferred income of 5% while the "B" share (DIB) receives the balance. So the "A" share is more stable and less risky. Dipula is a real estate investment trust... read more

Dis-Chem Pharmacies (DCP) listed in November 2016 and competes directly with Clicks (CLS) in the pharmaceutical, medicine and beauty products markets. It is a... read more

Discovery (DSY), developed and built by Adrian Gore over the past 25 years, offers the A/B income group of people a matrix of financial services which are inter-linked and cross-selling. Thus... read more

Distell (DGH) is a Remgro (REM) subsidiary which produces a variety of alcoholic beverages which are well-known brands in South Africa and elsewhere. Their brands... read more

DKR is a real estate investment trust (REIT) which specialises in investing in German retail property in micro locations away from the top cities. The company has a portfolio of 172 properties... read more
DRA Global describes itself as a "multi-disciplinary engineering, project management and operations management group predominantly focused on the mining and minerals resources sector". It is... read more

DRDGOLD (DRD) was listed in 1895 and is the JSE's oldest listed company. It was followed by SA Breweries which was listed in 1897 and has now been acquired by... read more


E-Media Holdings (EMH) owns 67,7% of E-Media Investments which in turn runs ETV and E-News as well as other smaller operations. This company is investing heavily... read more

E-Media Holdings (EMH) owns 67,7% of E-Media Investments which in turn runs ETV and E-News as well as other smaller operations. This company is investing heavily into multi-channel businesses... read more

East Plats (EPS) is a mining exploration and development company engaged in the platinum group metals (PGM) and chrome markets in South Africa. The company is... read more

This share is renamed to Afristat (ATI).
The Efficient Group (EFG) is an asset management and financial services group managed by well-known economist, Dawie Roodt (who is also a 5,7% shareholder). It is involved in asset management,... read more
Efora Energy (EEL) is an African oil and gas company incorporated in 1993 and listed on the JSE in October 1994. The company is involved in numerous projects from oil production to midstream... read more
The Elb Group Limited (ELR), formally Edward L Bateman, is an engineering and construction company that is involved in materials handling, minerals separation, power solutions and industrial... read more
Ellies (ELI) is a fledgling electronics company which imports and distributes electrical products and supplies solar power solutions. From its heyday in 2013 when the share traded at almost R10... read more
Emira Property (EMI) is a real estate investment trust (REIT) which has substantial exposure to the South African economy through its office properties. It owns 78 properties in South Africa... read more

The enX Group (ENX) is a "diversified industrial group that provides branded products and services to the petrochemical, fleet management, logistics and industrial... read more


Enterprise Outsourcing Holdings (EOH) was Africa's largest information technology company with involvement in almost every aspect of computer applications. At... read more


EPP is a Dutch-based real estate investment trust (REIT), listed on both the JSE and the Luxembourg Stock Exchange, and is owned 39% by Redefine. It owns 25 retail... read more


Equites (EQU) is the only real estate investment trust (REIT) on the JSE which specialises in industrial logistics and distribution properties in South Africa... read more

This is a bankrupt oil and gas exploration company which was listed in New York and on the JSE in 2014. The company is 56,7% held by Camac Energy Holdings, which is a company said to be controlled... read more
This was one of South Africa's large listed construction and engineering companies involved in sanitation, pipelines, building and housing. Esor (ESR) recently went into business rescue in August... read more

Ethos Capital Partners (EPE) is a private equity fund (PEF), incorporated in Mauritius, which invests into unlisted companies for long-term capital appreciation... read more


Etion (ETO), previously Ansys, is an Alt-X listed technology company that started 31 years ago and listed on the JSE in June 2007. It seeks to capitalise on the... read more

Europa (EUZ) is a European metals developer which operates primarily in Spain where it mines lead, zinc and silver. They own 100% of the Toral project in Leon Province which has a 3-year investigation... read more

Exemplar (EXP) is a real estate investment trust (REIT) which specialises in developing rural shopping centres through its relationship with McCormick Property... read more

Extract (EXG) has only one operating division and that is MCC Contract and Mining Services which offers services to open cast mines including drilling, blasting, load hauling and rehabilitation.... read more
Exxaro (EXX) is South Africa's BEE coal company with interests in iron and heavy minerals. It has interests in Australia, America and Europe. It is a provider of coal to Eskom's Medupi power... read more
Fairvest (FVT) is a real estate investment trust (REIT) which specialises in investing in smaller rural and non-urban shopping centers that are focused on consumers who have a lower living standard... read more

Famous Brands (FBR) is Africa's largest branded fast-food retail franchisor with 23 brands and more than 2800 restaurants. The company owns well-known South African... read more


Finbond (FGL) is a micro-lending and insurance operation which operates in South Africa and America. This company wants to expand in the US to the point where... read more

FirstRand (FSR) has five divisions - First National Bank (FNB), Rand Merchant Bank (RMH), Wesbank, Ashburton (in the UK) and Aldermore. It operates in 10 African countries, has platforms in Africa,... read more
See the opinion for Fortress "B" - FFB
Fortress (listed on the JSE as FFA and FFB) is a real estate investment trust (REIT) with properties held in its own name and shareholdings in other REIT's. Principally, it owns shares in Nepi... read more
Freedom Property Fund (FDP) is a property share that listed on the JSE on 12th June 2014. The properties are commercial, industrial and residential. The company's shares were suspended on the... read more
New Frontier Properties (NFP) is listed on the Mauritius Stock Exchange and on the Alt-X of the JSE. It is, however, taxed in the UK. It is a property company which aims to invest in properties... read more

Frontier Transport (FTH) is a bus company whose major asset is Golden Arrow bus services, but which also owns Sibanye Bus Services, Table bay Rapid Transit, N2... read more

Gaia (GAI) is an infrastructure investment company. It has three divisions - (1) Infrastructure Partners, which invests in large projects in energy, transport, water and sanitation; (2) Fund... read more

The Gemfields Group (GML) (previously Palinghurst Group) is a mining group that has two major projects: (1) Kagem, the world's largest producer of emeralds (in... read more

On 10th April 2019, Arrowhead announced its intention to merge with Gemgrow. Arrowhead owns 53,3% of Gemgrow. The deal will be structured so that Gemgrow buys all of Arrowhead's shares for 0,8237... read more
On 10th April 2019, Arrowhead announced its intention to merge with Gemgrow. Arrowhead owns 53,3% of Gemgrow. The deal will be structured so that Gemgrow buys all of Arrowhead's shares for 0,8237... read more

Gold Fields (GFI) is a relatively high-cost international gold mining house with a single mine in South Africa - South Deep. South Deep was bought by Gold Fields... read more


Glencore (GLN) describes itself as, "one of the world's largest global diversified natural resource companies and a major producer and marketer of more than 90... read more

Global Asset Management (GAM) is a small asset management and energy company that is extremely thinly traded and is about to be de-listed from the JSE. It is therefore of no interest to private... read more

Go Life International (GLI) is a company listed in Mauritius with a secondary listing on the JSE's Alt-X market. Its focus is in "nutraceuticals" which are products... read more


Grand Parade Investments (GPL) is an investment holding company with interests in the gaming industry and the fast-food industry. The company is a BEE company... read more

Greenbay (GRP) is an Alt-X listed share which is one of the Resilient group of REITs (real estate investment trusts) along with Resilient itself, Rockcastle and Fortress. These companies were... read more
Grindrod (GND) is an international freight and financial services company which operates in 28 countries. In mid-June 2018, Grindrod unbundled and separately listed its loss-making shipping division... read more
Grindrod Shipping (GSH) originated in South Africa as far back as 1910. The company is now based in Singapore with offices in Cape Town, Durban, London, Tokyo and Rotterdam. It has a primary... read more
Grit (GTR) is a pan-African real estate company - which means that it invests in property on the African continent, but not in South Africa. It has a focus on what are known as "frontier" economies... read more
Group 5 (GRF) is one of South Africa's iconic construction and engineering groups which has taken enormous strain over the past 10 years because of the fall-off in government construction contracts,... read more

Growthpoint (GRT) is South Africa's largest real estate investment trust (REIT) with a primary listing on the JSE. Prior to COVID-19, it consistently grew its... read more

GTC is a property group operating in central and Eastern Europe. The company has properties in Poland, Bucharest, Budapest, Belgrade, Sophia and Zagreb. It manages 47 office buildings and 6 retail... read more
Hammerson (HMN) is a massive international property company that has listed on the JSE to take advantage of South African investors who want exposure to off-shore property investments. The company... read more

Harmony (HAR) is probably South Africa's most marginal gold mine with an all-in sustaining cost of production of $1691 against a gold price of $1861 per ounce.... read more


Hosken Consolidated Investments (HCI) is a BEE investment holding company owned by the South African Clothing and Textile Workers' Union. It has investments in... read more


Heriot (HET) is a real estate investment trust (REIT) which owns a diverse portfolio of 44 properties worth R4,827bn in retail, industrial, commercial and specialist... read more

Homechoice (HIL) is South Africa's largest home shopping retailer operating through two divisions - retail and financial services. It offers a broad range of home appliances, clothing, fashion,... read more
The Hospitality Property Group (HPB) is a real estate investment trust (REIT) which specialises in owning hotels and leisure activities. Tsogo injected all its hotels into HPG to separate its... read more
Howden (HWN) is an engineering company that manufactures and sells a range of specialised air and gas handling solutions such as fans and heat exchangers to a wide range of industrial, mining,... read more
Hudaco (HDC) is an importer and supplier of "automotive, industrial and consumer products" mostly in Southern Africa. Its business has two sides (1) supplying automotive security, power tools,... read more

Huge (HUG) is a telecommunications, media and software company. It has operations in South Africa, Mozambique, Namibia, Lesotho, Swaziland, Botswana, Zambia and... read more


Hulamin (HLM) is a producer and supplier of aluminum products in South Africa and trades in more than 50 countries internationally. It supplies foil, heat-treated... read more


Hulisani (HUL) is an energy start-up that intends investing in coal, gas, solar power, wind and hydro. The company was incorporated in 2015 and listed in April... read more


Hwange (HWA) is a coal mining and processing company with a mine in the North West province of Zimbabwe and is 37% owned by the Zimbabwean government. This company... read more

Hyprop (HYP) is a leading property real estate investment trust (REIT) that specialises in high-quality shopping malls in South Africa and some interests in Eastern Europe and Africa to the North.... read more
This is an index of approximately 250 shares trading on the ituYSE Amex exchange. The NYSE Amex exchange started life as the “curb” exchange because it consisted of trade in shares which... read more
The Australian All Ordinaries Index is a weighted average of the 500 largest companies trading on the Australian Securities Exchange (sometimes also known as the “Sydney Stock Exchange”).... read more
The Baltic Dry Index (BDI) is a composite index calculated by the Baltic exchange in London and made up of the Capesize, Panamax and Supramax averages. This is a measure of ship sizes. Capesize... read more
The Cotation Assistee en Continu is an index of the 40 largest shares trading on the Paris stock exchange, now known as the Euronext Paris. It commenced with a base value of 1000 in 1987. It... read more
The Comex, which was previously the commodities exchange, is a division of the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX). It trades futures and options in a variety of precious and base metals. This... read more
This is the Commodity Research Bureau’s spot index of commodities. The index includes 19 commodities and is weighted 39% to energy products, especially oil, 41% to agricultural products, 7%... read more
This is a simple index of the thirty largest shares trading on the German stock exchange. The DAX is a Paasche index which began on 30-12-1987 at a base value of 1000. The DAX generally follows... read more

Imbalie (ILE) is a beauty franchisor which operates through 150 salons and retailers. It sells its own health and beauty brands. It has 3 types of franchises -... read more

Imperial (IPL) was a massive logistics and motor business. It operated in 32 European and African countries and employed 27 000 people. The company split off and separately listed Motus on 22nd... read more
Impala Platinum Holdings (IMP), or Implats, is the world's third largest platinum group metals (PGM) producer. It has been suffering over the past 7 years from aggressive union action and legislative... read more
Indequity (IDQ) is a short-term insurance company which writes personal line business insurance on behalf of larger insurance companies. The company targets the professional and high net worth... read more

Indluplace (ILU) is a real estate investment trust (REIT) which specialises in residential property and which is 66,24% owned by Arrowhead Properties. It owns... read more


Industrials Reit, previously called Stenprop, is a real estate investment trust (REIT) which is listed on the London Stock Exchange and the JSE. It owns commercial... read more

Ingenuity (ING) is a property development company which focuses on properties in the Western Cape. The company was listed on the JSE in 2007 with the objective of developing properties in the... read more

Insimbi (ISB) is a group which manufactures and supplies specialist products to the industrial sector. They source, buy, package and process ferrous and non-ferrous... read more


Invicta (IVT) has two divisions - Engineering Solutions Group (ESG), which is a supplier of engineering consumables, components and spare parts, and Capital Equipment... read more


Investec (INL) does specialist banking and asset management in South Africa, Australia, Europe, the UK and a few other countries. Brexit in the UK has put pressure... read more

Investec Plc (INP) is the holding company for most of Investec's non-Southern African operations. It is controlled by the same group of shareholders that own and control Investec Limited but... read more

Investec Property Fund (IPF) is a diversified South African real estate investment trust (REIT) with a R27,2bn portfolio with 92 properties in South Africa worth... read more


Irongate, (IAP), previously Investec Australia Property Fund, is a real estate investment trust (REIT) which concentrates on property investments in Australia... read more


ISA Holdings (ISA) is a small Alt-X listed IT company offering network, internet and information security in sub-Saharan Africa. The company claims to employ some... read more

Italtile (ITE) is a franchisor of tiles, sanitary ware, flooring and home finishing products - which it manufactures and wholesales itself. The company is controlled by the Ravazotti family.... read more
Intu (ITU) is a UK-based real estate investment trust (REIT) which is part of the FTSE 100 index. It was founded by the late Donald Gordon in 2010. It specialises in retail shopping centres located... read more

Jasco (JSC) is a technology and electronics group that produces and markets products mainly in South Africa but also in East Africa. It serves a wide range of... read more

The Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) is listed on the JSE. It is a securities exchange which allows the trade of shares, bonds and derivatives. It has approximately 350 shares which are listed... read more
At the time of writing, the JSE Financial and Industrial index (J250) included 138 industrial and financial shares. The largest component was Naspers which accounted for more than 25% of the... read more
An index of the 40 biggest companies trading on the JSE. This index is weighted for the market capitalisation of the companies it includes and also their "free float". It is one of five "headline"... read more
The index is supposed to contain the 15 largest companies trading on the Alt-X, but at the time of writing only 11 qualified for inclusion and they were dominated by Anchor Capital, which represented... read more
The Alternative Exchange or Alt-X was brought in by the JSE to replace the Venture Capital Market (VCM) and the Development Capital Market (DCM) and its main purpose is to allow smaller shares... read more
The JSE’s Dividend Plus Index is designed to include only those shares from the JSE Top40 and the JSE Mid-Cap which pay the best dividends based on their dividend yield. The components of the... read more
The Financial and Industrial 15 index consists of the largest 15 companies by free-float market capitalisation, but it excludes Naspers and Richmont. At the time of writing, these 15 companies... read more
An index prepared by the JSE actuaries which is a weighted average of the 30 largest financial and industrial shares trading on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange. The Financial and Industrial 30... read more
This is an index of the financial shares trading on the JSE. It includes 60 companies (counting Investec Ltd and Investec Plc as a single company) including the larger real estate investment... read more
This index consists of ordinary shares which comply with all listing requirements, but are too small to be included in the All Share Index and which are not tested for liquidity. The JSE is broken... read more
This is a weighted average of all gold shares traded on the JSE. The South African economy has been built on the exploitation of its mineral wealth - and gold was predominant until about 1970.... read more
The JSE Industrial index contains just 20 shares and, at the time of writing, was dominated by Remgro with a weighting of over 33% and Bidvest with a weighting of over 23%. These two shares had... read more
The Industrial 25 index contains the largest 25 shares in the industrial sector weighted for their free-float market capitalisation. This index is again dominated by Naspers (over 44% weighting... read more
The JSE Large Cap index contains 46 very large companies. In many ways this index is similar to the JSE Top 40 index. At the time of writing, Naspers accounted for over 23% of it, followed by... read more
The Large and Mid-Cap index combines the Large Cap and the Mid Cap indices into a single index. At the time of writing, it had 103 shares in it and Naspers made up over 20% of it and BHP was... read more
The Mid Cap index is supposed to be the next 60 largest shares trading on the JSE, after the Top 40. In practice it sometimes contains 59 or 61. For actuarial reasons. At the time of writing... read more
It would be fair to say that the South African economy has been substantially built on mining - first diamonds, then gold and then platinum and a host of base metals and minerals. South Africa... read more
The Sapy is an FTSE/JSE index of the top 20 liquid real estate investment trusts (REIT) by market capitalisation. 80% of a REIT's assets must be in property and they are required to earn at least... read more
The JSE Small Cap index consists of all the shares which are included in the JSE overall – except for those in the JSE Top 40 and the JSE Mid Cap. The Top 40 index is an average of the 40 largest... read more
Jubilee Metals Group (JBL) is a diversified metals recovery company which re-processes mine waste and surface materials. It is listed both on the London AIM market and on the JSE's Alt-X. It... read more

Kaap Agri (KAL) is an agricultural company owned 40,9% by Zeder, which is, in turn, 43,7% held by PSG. The company operates through over 190 retail outlets offering... read more


KAP International Holdings (KAP) is a diversified industrial company which produces and markets timber, chemicals (PET and related chemicals), bedding and car... read more


Cartrack was folded into a new international listing under the name Karoo (KRO) on 21st April 2021. It operates a vehicle recovery, insurance, telematics and fleet... read more

Kaydav (KDV) sells compressed wood-based panelling to the construction industry through outlets in Gauteng, Western Cape and Natal. It also sells packaging materials and machinery through outlets... read more
Kibo (KBO) is an African-orientated energy exploration company listed on the AIM (Alternative Investment Market) on the London Stock Exchange and on the Alt-X (Alternative Exchange) on the JSE.... read more

Kore (KP2) is a potash mining company which owns 97% of Sintoukola Potash which has the Kola and Dougou (DX) mining leases in the Congo. Kola has a resource of... read more


Kumba (KIO) is a highly successful iron mining operation which is owned (79%) and controlled by Anglo American. The share price fell because of COVID-19 but has... read more

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 a profit. At the moment, Labat... read more

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


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

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 shopping mall (25%), Eastgate... read more

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


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


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

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

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 (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 (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


Murray and Roberts (MUR) is a large South African construction company which has suffered from the sub-prime crisis and then the slump in construction spending... read more

Mahube (MHB) is an infrastructure holding company which reversed into Gaia and is involved in large-scale energy transport, water and sanitation projects. It is 41,35% owned by the Government... read more
Marshall (MMP) say the following about their business: "Based in the UK, with strategically located offices, globally, Marshall Monteagle PLC is a diversified investment holding company. The... read more
MAS (MSP) is a real estate investment trust (REIT) which invests in office, commercial, logistics, retail, and hospitality properties in Europe and the UK. This REIT was started by Martin Slabbert... read more
Master Plastics (MAP) is an Alt-X listed company that was spun out of Astrapak and separately listed on 24th May 2017. It is involved in manufacturing a variety of plastics for the agricultural,... read more

Massmart (MSM), 51% of which was bought by the international grocery chain Walmart in June 2011 for $2,5bn at a price of R148 per share, consists of Massmart itself,... read more

Master Drilling (MDI) is a South African company that specialises in drilling exploration and other holes for the mining industry, and which has diversified into drilling for hydro-electrical... read more
Mazor (MZR) is a construction company which also supplies windows and glass. The company is based in Cape Town and does structural steelworks and aluminum facades. It has two divisions - Mazor... read more

MultiChoice (MCG) is a leading entertainment company in Africa and one of the fastest-growing pay-TV broadcast providers in the world with 21,1m subscribers in... read more


MC Mining (previously "Coal of Africa") (MCZ) is a small metallurgical coal-mining company with a single producing mine (Uitkomst). Aside from Uitkomst, the company... read more


Mediclinic International (MEI) has its primary listing on the London Stock Exchange (LSE) with secondary listings on the JSE and the Namibian Stock Exchange. It... read more


This is a mining exploration company which is evaluating the western limb of the Bushveld Complex. The Chun Can Capital Group reversed into this share in a deal... read more

This is a ferrochrome operation controlled by Glencore which operates mines, furnaces and smelters in Mpumalanga and Limpopo. The Glencore-Merafe joint venture can produce up to 2,3m tons of... read more

Metair (MTA) produces energy solutions (batteries) and components for the vehicle manufacturing business. It has operations in Africa and in various European and... read more


Metrofile (MFL) is a company which specialises in records storage and management, image processing and backup. The company has been listed since 1995 and has a... read more

Mettle Investments (MLE) is an Alt-X listed financial services group that was spun out of Tradehold and unbundled into a separately listed company on 23rd May 2018. Tradehold injected R445,2m... read more

Mine Restoration (MRI) has not traded on the JSE since July 2016. It was originally in the coal business and then it became a cash shell. More recently it has... read more


Mix Telematics (MIX) is a company which specialises in vehicle tracking technology and has operations in South Africa, Australia, the UK, the US, Brazil, Thailand,... read more

Name change - is now Mommet.

Momentum Metropolitan (MTM) is an insurance company listed on the JSE and the Namibian stock exchanges. It was formed by the merger of Momentum and Metropolitan... read more

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Mondi (MNP) is a massive international paper and packaging company that started in South Africa, but now has interests in 30 countries and employs 26000 people... read more

Montauk (MNK) is an American company that specialises in extracting methane from landfills, mostly in America. The company benefits from the fact that America requires refiners of fuel to include... read more

Motus (MTH) was unbundled from Imperial (IPL) and separately listed on the JSE on 22-11-2018. It is a company that owns motor dealerships in South Africa, the... read more

Mpact (MPT) is a large producer of paper and plastics packaging in Southern Africa. It recycles paper and cardboard and makes corrugated cardboard containers for a variety of industries as well... read more

Mr. Price (MRP) is a retailer of clothing, household goods and sportswear through shop fronts and online in Africa and Australia. Unlike most retailers, Mr. Price... read more


MTN is a leading emerging market mobile operator, serving 272 million people (including 29m in South Africa) in 20 countries across Africa and the Middle East.... read more

Mustek (MST) is South Africa's largest assembler of personal computers under its brand name Mercer. It also imports a variety of computer products such as Samsung, Acer and Microsoft. The company... read more

Nampak (NPK) is Africa's largest packaging company with interests in South Africa and 10 other African countries. About 60% of its turnover comes from South Africa,... read more

Naspers (NPN), Africa's largest company, is a massive international social media, gaming and IT company whose main asset is 73% of Prosus (PRX) which in turn owns 29% of Tencent - a Hong Kong-listed... read more
Nedbank (NED) is the smallest of South Africa's five big banks with a client base of just over 8 million. It has (10-10-18) separated from Old Mutual (which retains a 19,9% stake in it) as part... read more

Nepi-Rockcastle (NRP) is a R124bn real estate investment trust (REIT) which operates more than 50 shopping malls in 9 central and eastern European countries, mostly... read more


Net1 (NT1) is a provider of payments solutions and related financial products in South Africa and South Korea. It also sells insurance and other financial products... read more


The Netcare Group (NTC) operates hospitals and medical response teams throughout South Africa and Lesotho. It has 59 hospitals, 4 of which are public/private partnerships,... read more


Newpark is a South African real estate investment trust (REIT) which has commercial and industrial properties worth R1,37bn and with a gross lettable area (GLA)... read more


Nictus (NCS) is a furniture and electrical appliance retailer with three stores in South Africa. It also sells short-term insurance through Corporate Guarantee.... read more


Ninety-One is an asset management company spun out of Investec and separately listed on Monday 16th March 2020. The listing occurred just as the corona epidemic... read more

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Niveus (NIV) is an investment holding company which is owned 52,3% by HCI (also listed on the JSE). It holds three main investments - 43,75% of Alphawave Golf, 57,39% of La Concorde and 50,1%... read more

Northam (NHM) is a fully empowered platinum mining company which operates in the Bushveld complex. In the current difficult legislative environment where the 3rd... read more


Novus (NVS) is South Africa's largest printing company with 11 printing plants. Until recently, it had the monopoly contract to do all of Media24's printing. With... read more

Imuniti Holdings (NUT), or Nutrition, is a manufacturer and marketer of dried foods and water purification which it supplies to the lower LSM and mass feeding markets. It listed on the JSE in... read more

NuWorld (NWL) is an importer and exporter of a range of Consumer goods, especially, consumer electronics, appliances and consumer durables. Its product range includes... read more


Nvest is a financial services group with the following subsidiaries - NFB Private Wealth Management, Independent Executor and Trust, NFB Insurance Brokers, NFB... read more

Oando (OAO) is an oil and gas company located primarily in Nigeria. It has listings on both the JSE and the Nigerian stock exchange. The problem with a share like this from a private investor's... read more

Oasis (OAS) is a property company that manages various properties applying the principles of Islamic finance. It also manages institutional investments and retirement... read more

Oceana (OCE) is Southern Africa's largest fishing business which also has significant fishing interests in the US through its Louisiana-based subsidiary Daybrook Fishing. It is listed on both... read more

Octodec (OCT) is a real estate investment trust (REIT) which owns 267 properties mainly in the inner cities of Johannesburg (33,9%) and Pretoria (66,1%). It has... read more


Omnia (OMN) is a diversified chemicals company supplying products to the agricultural, chemicals and mining industries in South Africa and 48 other countries.... read more

Old Mutual (OMU) is a premium African financial services group that offers a broad spectrum of financial solutions to retail and corporate customers across key market segments in 17 countries.... read more
OneLogix (OLG) is a logistics company which listed on the JSE in 2004. The company has three divisions - cross-border delivery of new cars (47% of turnover), auto-logistics for commercial vehicles... read more
This is a real estate investment trust that was suspended on the JSE in October 2018 because it had not produced audited financial statements by the deadline. On 29th March 2019, the company... read more

Orion Minerals (ORN) is an Australian exploration company which is listed on the JSE (September 2017) and on the Australian Stock Exchange in Sydney. It is trying... read more

Pan African Resources (PAN) is a London- and JSE-listed re-treatment gold producer. With its Elikhulu plant it will be able to produce about 700 000 ounces of gold a year at a cost of about R450... read more

PBT Group (PBG) is a fledgling IT company in the general finance sector. It has operations in South Africa and Europe, having recently exited operations in the... read more


Pepkor Holdings (Pep) (PPH), previously known as Pep, is 71,01% owned by Steinhoff International. With the collapse of the Steinhoff group following admissions... read more

Peregrine (PGR) is an owner-managed asset management and stockbroking group which was founded in 1996 and listed on the JSE in 1998. It consists of Citadel, Stenham and Peregrine Capital all... read more

Premier Fishing (PFB) is a 55% subsidiary of listed AEEI - an investment holding company controlled by the Sekunjalo Group and ultimately by the Surve family.... read more

Phoenix (AXL) is a black-controlled investment holding company whose principal asset is its 100% subsidiary, Standard General Insurance (Stangen). African Bank Investments Limited (ABIL) shares... read more
Phumelela (PHM) is a gambling and gaming company which owns 4 race courses and 5 training centers across South Africa and stages 250 race meetings per annum. It provides betting opportunities... read more

Pick 'n Pay (PIK) is a retail grocery chain with 1858 stores, mostly in South Africa, but also in the rest of Africa. The company was started by Raymond Ackerman... read more

Pembury Lifestyle Group (PLG) has two divisions - running schools and retirement villages. They were listed on the JSE in April 2017 at 100c and had fallen to 38c by April 2018 when the JSE suspended... read more
Pioneer Foods (PFG) is one of the largest manufacturers and distributors of food products in South Africa. It has many well-known brands like Bokomo, Ceres, Liquifruit, Weetbix, Marmite, Smash,... read more

PPC is a leading manufacturer and supplier of cement, aggregates, ready-mix, lime, limestone and fly-ash in Africa. It has 11 cement factories in South Africa,... read more


Primeserv (PMV) describes itself as a "provider of integrated business support services focused on providing client-centric human capital services, spanning staffing... read more


On 11th September 2019, Naspers (NPN) separately listed Prosus (PRX) on the Euronext in Amsterdam to house all its international assets including its stake in... read more


PSG is an investment holding company which began in stockbroking but which has now branched out into various other businesses, including banking, education, agriculture,... read more


PSG Konsult (KST) is a well-established financial services group which grew out of PSG's stockbroking business and which now offers a wide range of financial services... read more

This is an Alt-X listed industrial holding company with two divisions - Omnirapid which supplies mining and industrial consumables, and Specialised Services consisting of Cryoshield designs,... read more

Purple Group (PPE) is a trading platform and asset management company that is aimed mainly at the private investor and offers the cheapest costs of dealing in... read more

Putprop (PPR) is a property company which was spun out of Putco (the bus company) and separately listed on the JSE in July 1988. The company owns 16 properties in industrial, retail and office... read more

Quantum (QFH) is in the chicken business. It has four divisions - Animal feeds, eggs and layers, broilers and an African division where it sells related products.... read more


Quilter Plc (QLT) is a company spun out of Old Mutual as part of that group's "managed separation" process. It was admitted to trading on the London Stock Exchange... read more


RECM and Calibre (RACP) is an investment holding company which has listed its preference shares on the JSE since June 2010. The company is controlled by Theunis... read more

Randgold (RNG) is a mining exploration company. It has a strong asset base which is mostly now in cash. It is being used to pursue legal claims and may be applied to investment opportunities.... read more

Raubex (RBX) is a construction company that was started in 1974 and listed on the JSE in 2007. The company has three divisions in construction, materials and infrastructure.... read more

Raven Property Group (previously Raven Russia) (RAV), which took a secondary listing on the JSE from 10th September 2018, specialises in property in Russia and it is the 18th completely foreign... read more

Royal Bafokeng Platinum (RBP) is a platinum company controlled by Royal Bafokeng Holdings (RBH) which holds about R32bn worth of assets on behalf of the Bafokeng... read more

RCL is a large producer of food, sugar products and chicken in South Africa which is owned 76,6% by Remgro. The company owns a number of very well-known South African brands such as 5 Star maize... read more
RDI (RPL) is a real estate investment trust (REIT) listed on the London Stock Exchange (LSE) and incorporated into the FTSE 250 index. It has a secondary listing on the JSE and has Redefine as... read more

Rebosis (REB) was the first substantially black-owned and black-controlled real estate investment trust (REIT) listed on the JSE. It has a 50% exposure to retail... read more


Redefine (RDF) is the second largest real estate investment trust in South Africa (after Growthpoint) with assets worth R72,9bn against a market capitalisation... read more


Reinet (RNI) is an investment holding company whose main asset is a holding of roughly 3% of British American Tobacco (BAT) which now accounts for 40,6% of its... read more


Johann Rupert's Remgro (REM) is an investment holding company which owns 28,2% of Rand Merchant Bank Holdings (RMH) and 3,9% of Firstrand. But that is not Remgro's... read more


Renergen (REN) describes itself as an "integrated alternative energy business" which invests in renewable energy projects in Africa. The company listed on the... read more

Resource Generation (RSG) is a junior coal mining company that is busy developing the Boikarabelo mine in the Waterberg in Limpopo Province. The company listed on the Australian Stock Exchange... read more
The Resilient group of companies (Resilient, Lighthouse - previously Greenbay, Rockcastle and Fortress) used to be the high-flyers of the property sector until the beginning of 2018 when a damning... read more

Reunert (RLO) is a company involved in electrical appliances, electrical engineering and information communications. The company has been in existence for 130... read more

Rex Trueform (RTO) is an extremely thinly traded company listed on the JSE - which makes it completely impractical for private investors in its current form. The company was established in 1937... read more
Rex Trueform (RTO) is an extremely thinly-traded company listed on the JSE - which makes it completely impractical for private investors in its current form. The company was established in 1937... read more
RH Bophelo (RHB) is a black-owned African healthcare company that listed on the JSE in July 2017 as a "special purpose acquisition company" (SPAC) after raising R500m (50 000 shares at R10 per... read more

Rhodes (RFG) is a Western Cape manufacturer of convenience foods - started by Cecil John Rhodes in 1896. It has several well-known South African brands like Bisto,... read more


Richemont (CFR) is the world's second-largest supplier of luxury goods controlled by the Rupert family in Stellenbosch. Its sales are entirely located overseas... read more

Rand Merchant Bank Holdings (RMH) is a company which owned 34,1% of Firstrand and, since 2016, has been investing in property. RMBH was started 41 years ago by GT Ferriera, Laurie Dippenaar and... read more

Rand Merchant Investment Holdings (RMI) is an investment holding company which owns a financial services portfolio worth R56bn consisting of 24,8% of Discovery,... read more

Rockwell (RDI) develops and operates alluvial diamond deposits. The company owns and operates the Wouterspan property in Douglas, South Africa. This property has previously been mined, but has... read more
Rolfes (RLF) is a black-empowered chemicals company in the fledgling sector of the JSE which supplies products to the agricultural, chemicals, colourants, food ingredients and water industries.... read more
South Ocean (SOH) is a manufacturer of low-voltage electrical cables and an importer of light fittings and electrical accessories. The company has an electrical cable manufacturing plant at Alrode... read more
SA Corp (SAC) owns a group of 199 industrial, retail, storage, residential and office properties in South Africa plus a 50% stake in a joint venture in Zambia with 3 properties. The bulk of this... read more
Sabvest Capital (SBV) is an investment holding company which listed on the JSE in 1988. Previously, the company had both ordinary and "N" shares which were very thinly traded. To rectify this... read more

Safari (SAR) is a real estate investment trust (REIT). The company owns 9 operational properties in South Africa - 8 retail outlets and one day-care center with... read more


Sanlam (SLM) is one of the largest insurance and financial services groups in South Africa. It was established in 1918 and demutualised in 1998 and then listed... read more

Santam (SNT) is South Africa's largest short-term insurer with about 22% of the market. This means that it does not engage in endowment insurance, annuities or any kind of investment insurance.... read more

Santova (SNV) is an international logistics company with 19 offices in 7 countries. The company designs, implements, coordinates, controls and monitors international... read more


Sappi (SAP) manufactures paper, dissolving wood pulp (DWP) and paper pulp internationally and supplies products in 150 countries. DWP is used to manufacture clothing,... read more

Sasfin (SFN) is a banking group that specialises in various types of finance for small businesses and high net-worth individuals. It was listed on the JSE in 1987. The company has been investing... read more

Sasol (SOL) is a massive international chemicals and energy company which has its roots in the oil-from-coal technology developed during the apartheid era in South... read more

The Satrix Top 40 (STX40) is an ETF (exchange traded fund) that tracks the FTSE/JSE Top 40 providing exposure to the 40 largest shares, by market capitalisation, listed on the JSE. The Satrix... read more
Sea Harvest (SHG) is South Africa's most popular frozen fish brand with about 38% of the market. It is controlled by Brimstone which has a 54,92% stake. Sea Harvest catches, processes and freezes... read more
Sebata (SEB) is an investment holding company with four divisions - software solutions, water technologies, ICT support services and consulting. Their software solutions division consists of... read more

Sephaku (SEP) is a construction materials business in South Africa which supplies ready-mixed cement products and cement to the construction industry. The group... read more


Schroder European Real (SCD), Sereit, is a real estate investment trust (REIT) which invests in properties in Europe. The company listed in London and on the JSE... read more


Shoprite (SHP) is the largest grocery retailer and consumer goods company in Africa. Intense price competition has prevented supermarkets from passing on price... read more


Sibanye (SSW) is a mining house which has been on a rapid acquisition trail accumulating platinum and gold mines in South Africa and America and is now broadening... read more

Silverbridge (SVB) is a small IT and communications company which focuses on the financial sector. The company operates in 4 divisions - software, outsourcing, data and digital solutions. In... read more

Sirius (SRE) is a real estate investment trust (REIT), listed on the JSE and the London Stock Exchange (LSE), which specialises in office, manufacturing and warehousing... read more


South 32 (S32) was spun out of BHP Billiton in 2015 and contained all of BHP's South African coal assets. It is, in its own right, a diversified miner of base... read more


Spanjaard (SPA) is a thinly-traded distributor and manufacturer of specialised lubricants and related products for industrial and automotive applications. It has... read more


Spar (SPP) runs a chain of supermarkets across Southern Africa with 2402 stores. It also operates the Build-It chain in hardware and building materials and the... read more


Spear (SEA) is a real estate investment trust (REIT) which specialises in properties in and around Cape Town. It was started by Mike Flax and the CEO is Quintin... read more


Spur (SUR) is a very well-known franchisor with 631 fast-food restaurants. In South Africa it has 559 restaurants (with 80% able to trade during load-shedding)... read more

Stadio (SDO) is a tertiary education institution that offers a wide range of post-school training. The company offers higher education through five universities offering higher certificates,... read more
Standard Bank (SBK) is 158 years old and is South Africa's second largest bank by market capitalisation - after First National Bank. It has widespread interests in the rest of Africa which are... read more

Stefanutti (SSK) is a South African construction company which offers roads and earthworks, marine construction, concrete structures, bulk pipelines, piling, geotechnical... read more

This share has been the subject of considerable drama since the Viceroy Report was produced in December 2017. Basically, the company has admitted to "accounting irregularities" - which essentially... read more
Stellar Capital (SCP) is an investment holding company with interests in financial services companies (Prescient, Friedshelf and Praxis). In its results for the year ended 30th June 2021 the... read more

Stor-age (SSS) is the JSE's only real estate investment trust (REIT) which specialises in buying and running domestic storage facilities in all major South African... read more

Sun International (SUI) is a casino and hotel operator with interests in South Africa, Chile, Peru and recently, Argentina. The depressed economy in South Africa impacted on the performance of... read more
Super Group (SPG) is a large international logistics group offering transportation to the industrial sector. The company has a policy of not paying dividends, preferring to undertake share buy-backs... read more
Sygnia (SYG) describes itself as a "specialist financial services group". It is South Africa's largest provider of exchange traded funds (ETF) and has a number of unit trusts. The company has... read more
This share has been re-named Luxe.
This company claims to be an IT company supplying software and administration services to municipalities and provincial governments. It has no active website and the share has been suspended... read more

Telemasters (TLM) is a company which supplies voice, data and cloud communications using fixed line, fixed cellular, fixed data and PBX services. It has three... read more

Historically, Telkom (TKG) was the government-controlled provider of fixed line telephone connectivity in South Africa. With the advent of cell phones, Telkom was forced to subsidise the development... read more
Textainer (TXT) is one of the world's largest lessors of containers with 3,5m twenty-foot-equivalent units (TEU) in its fleet. It is listed on the New York Stock exchange and on the JSE. The... read more
Texton (TEX) is a small real estate investment trust (REIT). The company owns 48 retail, industrial and office properties, 55,4% of which are in South Africa and the balance in the UK. After... read more

The Foschini Group (TFG) is an international retailer of 28 fashion brands. It has 4083 trading outlets in 32 countries around the world. It has a division in... read more


Tharisa (THA) is a mining company that mines and beneficiates platinum group metals (PGM's) and chrome. The company is listed in London and on the JSE. The Tharisa... read more

Tsogo Sun Hotels (THL) was split out of Tsogo Sun (TSG) in June 2019 and separately listed to house Tsogo's hotels and hospitality business. The company is a major supplier of hotel accommodation... read more

Thungela (TGA) is Anglo American's coal assets which has been unbundled into the hands of Anglo shareholders and separately listed on the JSE and the LSE because... read more


Tiger Brands (TBS) is a massive, diversified food producer and marketer in South Africa. It produces and sells such well-known brands at Jungle Oats, Tastic Rice,... read more


Tongaat (TON) is two businesses - land development and sugar. The company owns 17600 hectares of land of which 9100 hectares along the Natal coast can be developed.... read more

Torre (TOR) is an industrial company which operates through various divisions. Torre itself supplies a range of branded products such as Gabriel, Autolite, Textar and High-lift to companies in... read more
Tower (TWR) is a diversified property company which owns 41 properties worth approximately R4,5bn in South Africa and Croatia (5 properties accounting for 37% of the portfolio). Its properties... read more

Tradehold (TDH) is a real estate investment company with property in the UK (39,5%) and Southern Africa which is 48% owned by Christo Wiese. More than 40% of its... read more


Transaction Capital (TCP) is a company which has three divisions - minibus taxis, risk services, and WeBuyCars. It specialises in financing, repairing, insuring... read more

Transcend (TPF) is an Alt-X listed real estate investment trust (REIT) which specialises in residential property. It listed at the start of 2016, but is exceedingly thinly traded with a portfolio... read more
Trellidor (TRL) is a manufacturer of barrier security products, blinds and security shutters since 1976. The company is divided into the Trellidor business (security barriers) and the Taylor... read more

Trematon (TMT) is an investment holding company with subsidiaries, joint ventures and associate companies, mostly in the Western Cape. The company also invests... read more

Trencor's (TRE) primary asset is 47,78% of Textainer, a US listed renter of shipping containers (Twenty-foot units or TEUs). It should be noted that Trencor spent R100m buying back its own shares... read more
Transpaco (TPC) is a small manufacturer of paper and plastic packaging. It is also involved in re-cycling. In its results for the year to 30th June 2021 the company reported revenue from continuing... read more
Trans Hex (TSX) is one of the longest standing diamond-mining operations listed on the JSE with more than 50 years in the business. For most of its life, Trans Hex mined diamonds which it found... read more
Trustco (TTO) is a financial services group operating out of Namibia and controlled by its CEO, Dr. Q. van Rooyen who holds just over 50% of the shares. The company has three main areas of activity... read more
Truworths (TRU) is a clothing, footwear and accessories retailer that operates in Southern Africa and the UK, and is listed on the JSE and the Namibian Stock Exchange. It makes 70% of its sales... read more

Tsogo (TSG) is a gaming, hotel and entertainment business which has split into separate gaming and hotel businesses in order to unlock shareholder value and to... read more

Unicorn Capital (UCP) is a company which outsources mainly to the coal mining industry. The company has been listed in the JSE's fledgling division since 1993 and went through a major restructuring... read more
Union Atlantic (UAT) is a junior mining operation which seeks to exploit base metals and minerals through brownfield exploration (development where the minerals have already been discovered).... read more

Universal Partners (UPL) is an investment holding company with a primary listing in Mauritius and a secondary listing on the Alt-X of the JSE. It listed in 2013... read more

Value Group (VLE) is a logistics company operating in Southern Africa with six divisions (1) Transportation (2) Distribution (3) Warehousing (4) Import and Export (5) Materials Handling (6) Repairs... read more
Verimark (VMK) is a well-known South African retailer of unusual products which cannot generally be found in conventional shops. It sources, develops and distributes products in housewares, fitness,... read more

Visual International Holdings (VIS) is a small, cash-strapped property development company operating in the Cape Town area. The company announced on 2nd July 2018... read more


Vivo (VVO) is an energy share which owns Shell service stations mainly in South Africa, but also in other countries in Africa to the North. Vivo has bought 230... read more


Vodacom (VOD) is South Africa's largest airtime and data provider for cell phones. It is a subsidiary of the international company Vodaphone. Its competitors are... read more

Vukile (VKE) is a real estate investment trust (REIT) trading on the JSE and the Namibian Stock Exchange. It owns properties directly, shares in other REITs, property in the UK as well as a growing... read more

Vunani (VUN) is a black-owned financial services group with interests in asset management, investment, banking, property and stockbroking. It also has an interest... read more

WBHO (WBO) is now South Africa's largest construction company - after the relative demise of Aveng and Murray & Roberts. It has a market capitalisation of about R7bn. It diversified early... read more
Wearne (WEA) is a supplier of materials to the building and construction industry. It supplies pre-mix products, pre-cast concrete products, readymix concrete and aggregates. It is listed on... read more
Wescoal (WSL) is a 51% black-owned South African coal mining and distribution company. Its revenue is derived 35% from its trading division which supplies coal products to a wide variety of users... read more

Wesizwe (WEZ) is a miner of platinum group metals through its development of the Bakubung Platinum Mine (BPM). The company is developing a mine to access the Merensky... read more

Wilderness Holdings (WIL) is a tourism company which is focused on safari tours together with transfers, camps, as well as finance and asset management. It serves an international market with... read more

The sad fall of the Woolworths share (WHL) price was occasioned by the decision of previous CEO, Ian Moir, and his board to buy David Jones in Australia for AU$2,1bn... read more

Workforce (WKF) is a labour broker that also does recruitment, specialist staffing, training, consulting, employee health management and sells financial and insurance products. The Constitutional... read more
Yeboyethu (YYLBEE) is a special purpose vehicle (SPV) which was formed on 19th June 2008 as a BEE scheme with the objective of holding "A" ordinary shares of Vodacom. It originally held 3,44%... read more

York Timber Holdings (YRK) is a forestry company which owns plantations and processing plants, as well as a wholesaling distribution network. It is the biggest... read more

This is an A2X-listed investment holding company focused on financial market infrastructure and managing a capital base. Their investment portfolio is located 38% in South Africa and 62% overseas.... read more

Zeder (ZED) is PSG's listed, 43,7%-held, investment holding company in agriculture. Zeder sold its stake (28,6%) in Pioneer Foods (PFG) with a sum-of-the-parts... read more

TWK (ZXTWI) describes itself as, "a diversified agriculture and forestry company, headquartered in Piet Retief, Mpumalanga. It operates mainly in Mpumalanga and Kwazulu-Natal, but with business... read more