By: Nomvelo Buthelezi
Given volatile global commodity prices and a worldwide decrease in initial public offerings, does the JSE believe that it offers a viable listing destination for mining companies? →
By: Henry Lazenby
Australia-based Ferrous Crescent, which owns South African assets, will list on the JSE main board on Friday, while another Australian junior, Zyl, also unveiled plans to list in South Africa.
The Johannesburg bourse said this week it had granted Ferrum Crescent a secondary listing. This would... →