Browsing: JSE

Telkom “trusts” that the Financial Services Board and the JSE will “respond as necessary” in the wake of an allegation by Democratic Alliance leader Helen Zille on Tuesday that “those on the inside track” about government’s plan to name the company as its “lead

Frustrated traders have been unable to buy and sell shares on the JSE after a “network issue” floored the stock exchange on Monday morning. “Due to a network issue, the equity market opening will be delayed this morning,” the bourse said on Twitter soon after the market

Those interested in researching South African-listed equities can now access the share trading information and other data of Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE)-listed companies through Google’s popular Finance portal. “The JSE and Google Finance have teamed up,” the bourse said in a statement. “Now you can access JSE equity price

Times Media Group (TMG) is under investigation for allegedly trading during a closed period, when directors are not allowed to trade in shares, Business Report reported on Monday. “We are aware of this matter and are investigating accordingly,” JSE head of investigations Eure Saaiman was quoted as saying

Nearly R1,5bn — that is what was wiped off the market capitalisation of technology group Pinnacle Holdings in just two trading sessions this week after news emerged that one of its directors and biggest shareholders, Takalani Tshivhase, had been arrested on

Huge Group CEO James Herbst and former chairman Anton Potgieter have had fines of R5m levied on each of them by the JSE reduced to R3m following a contestation of the bourse’s decision at the Appeal Board of the Financial Services Board. In November 2009, the JSE imposed the fines after it

The Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) was forced to “pause” market trading on Tuesday between 10.39am and roughly midday on account of problems with international links between it and its London-based trading engine. Similar problems affected the JSE on a number of occasions

The JSE said on Monday that telecommunications company Huge Group had 10 days to release its results or face suspension of termination of its listing. Huge Group was meant to publish its results by the end of May. The JSE warned that Huge Group and

There is no link between the decision by Huge Group acting financial director Yvette Neveling to resign and its announcement just hours later that the company has failed to publish in 2011 financial results within the deadline prescribed by the JSE, says CEO

Telkom has escaped with a slap on the wrist from the JSE after the telecommunications group in January released market-sensitive information to journalists about the resignation of acting group CEO Jeffrey Hedberg