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1999  // Posts published in 1999

23 Dec 1999 General

HCI NARROWS LOSSES AND DIRECTORS ARE CONFIDENT OF GROWTH

Cape Town – Hosken Consolidated Investments (HCI), the union-driven empowerment company, said yesterday its investments – which span media to financial services – had held up well in the six months to September 30 and continued to offer opportunities.

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19 Dec 1999 SENS Announcements

INTERIM RESULTS

NTERIM REPORT TO SHAREHOLDERS FOR THE PERIOD ENDED 30 SEPTEMBER 1999 THE FOLLOWING ARE THE UNAUDITED RESULTS OF THE GROUP FOR THE PERIOD ENDED 30 SEPTEMBER 1999 TOGETHER WITH THE COMPARATIVE FIGURES: SUMMARISED GROUP INCOME STATEMENTS SIX MONTHS YEAR ENDED ENDED 30 SEPTEMBER 31 MARCH 1999 1998 1999 R’000 R’000 R’000 OPERATING LOSS (1 097) […]

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12 Dec 1999 General

MIC STIG NUWE FONDS VIR BEMAGTIGING MET R50M

JOHANNESBURG. Die Mineworkers Investment Company (MIC) het gisteraand ‘n nuwe bemagtigingsfonds van stapel gestuur met ‘n aanvanklike belegging van R50 miljoen en ‘n doelwit om uiteindelik ‘n fonds van R200 miljoen tot stand te bring. Die bykomende kapitaal sal van pensioenfondse, voorsorgfondse en ander instellings verkry word, het MIC Capital, ‘n vennootskap tussen die MIC […]

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1 Dec 1999 General

GOLDING ‘MOET LOOP OOR HY TE VEEL GELD VERDIEN’

Golding `moet loop oor hy te veel geld verdien’ JAN DE LANGE JOHANNESBURG. Hy is tevrede met wat hy by die Mineworkers Investment Company bereik het, maar as sy tydgenote daar meen hy moet plek maak vir iemand anders, aanvaar hy dit, het mnr. Marcel Golding, stigter van die MIC wat deur sy mededirekteure gevra […]

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COURT RULES THAT E.TV’S PARENT IS NOT INSOLVENT

Cape Town – An application for the provisional winding-up of Midi Television, the parent company of e-tv, the free-to-air television station, was dismissed with costs in the Cape High Court yesterday. Judge Dennis van Reenen said he was not satisfied that Sprocket Productions, trading as Deadtime, had proved, as it was required to do, that […]

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1 Dec 1999 General

MIC – STIGTER GEVRA OMN TE BEDANK

Hy is baie tevrede met wat hy by die Mineworkers Investment Company (MIC) bereik het, maar as sy tydgenote daar meen hy moet plek maak vir iemand anders, aanvaar hy dit so, het mnr. Marcel Golding, stigter van die MIC, wat deur sy mededirekteure gevra is om te bedank, gister gesê. Sover hy weet, raak […]

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24 Nov 1999 Media & Broadcasting

JUDGEMENT ON E-TV EXPECTED NEXT WEEK

Bonn – Investment banks are scrambling for fees of about $1 billion as Deutsche Telekom and the German government plan to sell about $60 billion in stock, bonds and assets in Europe`s biggest phone company next year. Cape Town – Midi Television, the parent company of free-to-air television station e-tv, will know next week whether […]

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10 Nov 1999 Media & Broadcasting

MIDI APPLIES TO THE IBA FOR NEW SHAREHOLDING STRUCTURE

Johannesburg – Midi TV, the owner of free to air television station e.tv, would use its proposed new shareholding structure to lure strategic equity partners “with a R300 million capacity”, Marcel Golding, the acting chief executive, said yesterday. Midi is applying to the Independent Broadcasting Authority (IBA) for the amendment of certain licence conditions, primarily […]

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10 Nov 1999 Media & Broadcasting

MIDI APPLIES TO THE IBA FOR NEW SHAREHOLDING STRUCTURE

Johannesburg – Midi TV, the owner of free to air television station e.tv, would use its proposed new shareholding structure to lure strategic equity partners “with a R300 million capacity”, Marcel Golding, the acting chief executive, said yesterday. Midi is applying to the Independent Broadcasting Authority (IBA) for the amendment of certain licence conditions, primarily […]

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MIDI TV AGREES ON NEW STRUCTURE

Johannesburg – Shareholders of embattled Midi TV, the owners of free-to-air television station e-tv, said yesterday they had “reached a common understanding” on the restructuring of the group`s shareholding structure. Consensus, primarily reached by Hosken Consolidated Investments (HCI) and Vula Communications, the two main local shareholders in Midi, came prior to the Independent Broadcasting Authority`s […]

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