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2002  // Posts published in 2002

31 Jul 2002 SENS Announcements

CAUTIONARY ANNOUNCEMENT

Shareholders are advised that HCI has entered into negotiations, which if  successfully concluded, may have a material effect on the price of the company`s shares. Accordingly, shareholders are advised to exercise caution when dealing in their shares until a full announcement is made.

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15 Jul 2002 SENS Announcements

DIRECTORS DEALINGS IN SECURITIES

In compliance with rule 3.72 of the JSE Listing Requirements, the following  information is disclosed:

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24 Jun 2002 SENS Announcements

GROUP ANNUAL RESULTS

Group annual results for the year ended 31 March 2002. The following are the audited results of the group for the year ended 31 March 2002 together with comparative figures: ABRIDGED CONSOLIDATED INCOME STATEMENTS Year ended 31 March 2002 2001 R`000 R`000 Revenue 390,266 258,318 Operating loss (341,221) (312,727) Net investment income 34,061 16,503 Share […]

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20 Jun 2002 SENS Announcements

CHANGE INT HE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

In compliance with section 3.67 of the Listings Requirements of the JSE  Securities Exchange South Africa, notification is hereby given that Messrs Amon Malencane Ntuli and Arnold Jack Shapiro were appointed as Non-Executive  Directors to the HCI board with effect from 19 June 2002.

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13 Jun 2002 Historic Investments

METTLE’S GREENWICH BUY PAYS OFF WITH HEADLINE EARNINGS UP 10,6%

Cape Town – Structured products house Mettle, which earlier this year chose not to press ahead with its delisting plans, yesterday delivered its first set of combined results, with recently acquired Greenwich showing a 10.6 percent rise in headline earnings a share to 14.49c for the full year to March. It also gave more details […]

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E.TV AND SUPERSPORT SIGN DEAL

E.TV and SUPERSPORT this week signed a deal to share the rights to broadcast the 2002 FIFA World Cup Soccer. In terms of the deal, E.TV has sublicensed SUPERSPORT to beam the games from South Korea and Japan through satellite to more than 40 African countries on its DSTV S3 channel. Games played simultaneously will […]

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PRIVATE TELEVISIE VIR WERKNEMERS GOU HIER

Ondernemings sal binnekort die vermoe he om hul eie private televisiekanaal aan hul werknemers, ongeag die geografiese posisie van hul kantoor, in Suid-Afrika uit te saai. Die nuwe toepassing van die kommunikasiemaatskappy tbm maak dit nou vir veral groot korporatieve instellings moontlik om verpersoonlike inliging deur ‘n visuele medium aan hul werknemers oor te dra. […]

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SA LEADS THE WAY IN SOPHISTICATED DVD STREAMED-VIA-SATELLITE ADS

Digital video streamed via satellite as a medium for advertising is something you would expect to happen in first world countries, but South Africa is leading the way in this dimension in advertising. Invented by small business Three Blind Mice (tbm) in Johannesburg, the concept has taken the world by storm. Pierre van der Hoven, […]

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