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Thursday, 30 June 2016 07:28

PPC makes bridging deal with banks

PPC says it has entered into a standby underwriting agreement over its proposed rights offer of R4bn with a syndicate of banks.

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PPC’s share price plunges as much as 16% to a low of R11.50 after advising shareholders it intends to raise up to R4bn.

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Tuesday, 24 May 2016 22:12

PPC crashes 22% amid capital raise jitters

PPC shares crash as much as 22% to their lowest level in more than 10 years‚ dealing a blow to the cement maker’s plans to shore up its balance sheet.

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Tuesday, 24 May 2016 21:54

PPC downgrade warning hits stock

PPC warns of a credit rating downgrade and said it was in the advanced stages of a capital raising exercise for up to R4bn, tanking its shares.

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Thanks to the slowdown in SA's construction sector since the boom leading to the 2010 Soccer World Cup, local companies are looking elsewhere in Africa for opportunities.

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Top-level executives and heads from Africa’s leading infrastructure and construction companies and institutions met to discuss strategies to foster industrialisation at a special event held in Johannesburg.

With the construction sector resembling a sort of rubble, what with all the majors on their knees as the chickens come home to roost and some worth a fraction of the values they boasted before the lid was lifted on collusion, affordable housing firm Calgro M3 is worth a look.

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PPC reports pleasing expansion progress for the quarter October 2015 to December 2015, despite declining cement sales volumes.

Friday, 27 November 2015 11:35

Increased competition eats into PPC’s earnings

PPC says full-year cement sales volumes in SA dwindle due to increased competitor activity‚ particularly in the Gauteng and inland regions.

Published in Construction Industry
Monday, 23 November 2015 23:26

Rwanda plant to fill SA hole for PPC

PPC commissions its 600 000-ton cement plant in Rwanda to offset declining sales in SA as its expansion into African cement markets gather pace.

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