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20 March 2020
Who's doing what in the South African M&A space?
  • Adcock Ingram acquires Plush....
  • Gold Fields sells Cardinal shares...
  • Labat Africa in talks....
Who's doing what in the African M&A space?
  • PZ Cussons to sell Nigerian dairy business....
  • Ironridge to acquire Joy Transporters...
  • Qanta makes Zambian acquisition...
General corporate finance activity of the week
  • Silverbridge repurchases shares...
  • Barloworld repurchases shares...
  • Taste to liquidate some subsidiaries...
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Thorts
Creating a Cannabusiness in South Africa
by Martha Smit and Roxanne Gilbert, Fasken (South Africa)

 
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