Thousands of investors in Vodacom Group’s black economic empowerment scheme, YeboYethu, have failed to claim more than R73-million in dividends owing to them.
Gradidge-Mahura Investments turns ten this month. On 26 June 2008, Cipro (as the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission was known back then) confirmed that the business had been registered
The share price of Vodacom’s black economic empowerment scheme YeboYethu was down by nearly 5% on Thursday – with the telecommunication giant’s scheme marking its first day of trade on the JSE
YeboYethu, Vodacom South Africa’s black economic empowerment scheme created in 2008, began trading on the empowerment segment in the telecommunications sector of the JSE’s main board on Thursday. YeboYethu
Although black economic empowerment share deals are often complicated in their structure and are at times priced at hefty discounts and have limited liquidity, it appears that investors who have stuck it out in some schemes are
MTN’s black economic empowerment (BEE) share scheme MTN Zakhele is expected to list on the JSE on 5 November. With a market capitalisation of R8,2bn, MTN Zakhele will be the first BEE empowerment share scheme to list on the JSE’s BEE board from its current over-the-counter
MTN’s black economic empowerment share scheme, MTN Zakhele, says its imminent listing on the JSE’s BEE board will provide shareholders with regulatory certainty for trading their shares. This is after the Financial Services Board
Limited trading has begun in Vodacom’s five-year-old, R7,5bn black economic empowerment scheme, YeboYethu, the mobile telecommunications operator said on Monday. Over 100 000 people have a stake in Vodacom South Africa through the scheme. Those shareholders