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International investment in South Africa’s mining industry lagging  

By: Marleny Arnoldi     4th October 2018 Although international mining funds are choosing to invest in other jurisdictions, rather than in South Africa’s mining sector, there is still hope for the local mining sector, Anglo American nonexecutive director and Joburg Indaba international investment panel chair Jim Rutherford said on... 

Takeover panel clears way for M&R to move on Aveng tie-up amid ongoing ATON opposition

By: Terence Creamer     21st June 2018 Murray & Roberts (M&R) announced on Thursday that it would proceed to further develop a potential tie-up with Aveng after the Takeover Regulation Panel (TRP) sanctioned the outcome of an earlier shareholder vote, which approved a resolution stating that the proposed Aveng deal was not designed to... 

Mineral Deposits investor says won't take Eramet bid as market eyes better offer

By: Reuters     8th June 2018 The second-largest investor in Australia's Mineral Deposits said it would not accept a takeover bid by Eramet SA, as Mineral Deposits' shares surged, signalling investors expect the French miner to make a higher offer. Eramet made an all-cash takeover bid for its joint venture partner in a mine... 

ATON questions logic of M&R’s proposed ‘poison pill’ Aveng deal

By: Terence Creamer     31st May 2018 Investment company ATON, which is preparing a mandatory offer to buy all the shares in Murray & Roberts (M&R) it does not already own, has reiterated it steadfast opposition to M&R’s proposed acquisition of Aveng, describing the proposed Aveng transaction as a “poison pill” to prevent a takeover... 

M&R says meeting set with ATON to discuss ‘highly strategic’ Aveng deal

By: Terence Creamer     30th May 2018 Murray & Roberts (M&R) confirmed on Wednesday that it would be meeting with its largest single shareholder, ATON, to discuss the merits of M&R’s proposed acquisition of Aveng, which it continues to describe as “highly strategic”. No date has been provided for the meeting, which is being pursued... 

Aton makes formal offer to M&R shareholders

By: Simone Liedtke     10th April 2018 German family-owned business Aton has made a formal offer to Murray & Roberts (M&R) shareholders to acquire all shares in M&R at R15 a share. The company on Tuesday said it had already acquired a further 3.1% stake in M&R from a top ten shareholder and that it will soon buy a further 6.5%... 

Mining industry must innovate to remain relevant – Baleni

By: Anine Kilian     5th October 2017 South Africa’s mining industry must be creative and innovative to remain relevant, says F11 Consulting director Frans Baleni. “For example, mine dumps, which are in abundance, can also create mine opportunities. [Industry] must also embrace mechanisation, people are ready for it. There are... 

Allan Gray increases shares in Caledonia

By: Anine Kilian     5th September 2017 Triple-listed gold miner Caledonia Mining’s largest significant shareholder, investment services provider Allan Gray, has increased its interest in the company from 1.17-million common shares (11.06% of the shares in issue) to 1.26-million common shares (11.91% of the shares in issue), making... 

Allan Gray clients now hold 15% of Implats shares

By: Anine Kilian     20th June 2017 Clients of Allan Gray have increased their shareholding in Impala Platinum (Implats). Implats on Tuesday said Allan Gray’s clients now hold 15.0037% of Implats’ ordinary shares. 

Gold price could appreciate once growth in Asia recovers – investment firm

By: Samantha Herbst     24th August 2016 Asia’s seemingly imminent economic recovery could spark an increase in gold prices, according to investment management firm Allan Gray portfolio manager Sandy McGregor, who connects the gold price decline, which started in 2012, with Asia’s economic woes and its reputation as the world’s biggest... 

Allan Gray increases African Rainbow Minerals stake

By: Creamer Media Reporter      15th January 2016 JSE-listed African Rainbow Minerals on Friday announced that Allan Gray had increased its interest in ordinary shares. After clients indicated interest in the mining company, Allan Gray aggregately increased its stake to some 20.0677%. 

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