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This will be the last issue of M&A Pulse for 2019. We will be back on Friday 17 January 2020. We wish you and your loved ones a very happy and joyous festive season and all the very best for 2020. 
In this week's M&A Pulse
13 December 2019
Who's doing what in the South African M&A space?
  • Bell announces BEE deal...
  • Advance Health sells a 25.1% stake in Presmed Australia to Investmed...
  • Metrofile receives buy-out offer...
Who's doing what in the African M&A space?
  • FUCHS Group expands in Africa...
  • Oikocredit exits Yalelo investment...
  • Teranga to buy Barrick's Massawa Project...
General corporate finance activity of the week
  • Ecsponent issues additional pref shares...
  • Sabvest repurchases N shares...
  • Multiple profit warnings issued...
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Mitigating risk in corporate transactions: options, waivers and penalties
by David Thompson and Malerato Motloung, Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr
Movers & Shakers
Goldman Sachs names new head of Johannesburg office
In Other News
SA rapidly becoming a forgotten country among investors – RMB CEO James Formby

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4AX: New bourse looks healthy

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Dark pool liquidity: A necessary evil, or where the devil lurks in the details?

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Mining, metals merger activity total $7bn in third quarter

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Infographic: JSE All Share in 2019

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Update on Grandfathering Problems for Venture Capital Companies

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Check-in with the Partech Africa fund: 2019 was an active and exciting year

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Why your favourite African startups are incorporating abroad

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11 startups graduate from Flat6Labs Cairo accelerator

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Mind the Gaps: Sustainable infrastructure development in Namibia

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LEX Africa welcomes Rwandan member firm to the Alliance!

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NSE Publishes Its Interpretative Guidance on Securities Lending

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Qatar’s Sh131bn Rwanda airport set to rival JKIA

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Incredible Prospects

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