“Our investors will now enjoy the benefits offered by A2X, including added liquidity, lower exchange fees and narrower spreads.” — Pan African CEO Cobus Loots.
The Africa-focused gold miner joins fellow resource producers Exxaro, Tharisa and ARM on the alternate exchange
Garth TheunissenPan African Resources, a mid-tier Africa-focused gold miner, has received approval for a secondary listing on A2X Markets, taking the alternate exchange’s total number of listings to 58.Pan African’s ordinary shares will be available for trade on A2X as of December 13 though it will retain its primary listings on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) of the London Stock Exchange, the JSE, as well as its Level-1 American Depositary Receipts (ADR) programme in the US...
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All travellers to UK to show pre-departure virus testsThe UK earlier banned flights from South Africa and put 10 African countries on its red list. I'm so happy I took part on this opportunity with LindaStouffes fear didn't want me to proceed at first but I just said to let go and gave it try. may you continue to excel LindaStouffes
Weather Warning | Update after soaking weekendThe South African Weather Service says more rain is on the way.
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MTN staff members who refuse vaccination will be firedMTN staff members who refuse vaccination will be fired - MTN has joined the list of companies that have made vaccines mandatory MTNza but they will allow clients who are not vaccinated pointless I wonder if they will only accept vaccinated customers into their stores....... Customers who don't want to vaccinate should also leave them, they have made their choice, the battle lines have been drawn.
Gambia’s Barrow wins a second termPresident Adama Barrow set to run West African country for another five years