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In this week's M&A Pulse
8 May 2020
DealMakers Q1 2020 available digitally
Due to the current lockdown restrictions, we will not be printing the DealMakers Q1 2020 issue.

Instead, we will be launching the DealMakers Digital website where readers can view the issue in a flip file format, or alternatively, download the entire issue as a PDF. Access to the magazine is completely FREE.
Who's doing what in the South African M&A space?
  • AIIM sells renewable energy stakes...
  • Novus sells 51% stake in Correll Tissue...
  • Imperial Logistics sells European shipping business...
Who's doing what in the African M&A space?
  • Fanisi Capital acquires a stake in St Bakhita School...
  • DOB Equity makes further investment in Moringa School...
  • Zoona disposes of Malawian operational assets...
General corporate finance activity of the week
  • Labat Africa in equity raise...
  • Harmony to undertake equity raise...
  • Textainer repurchases shares
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by Yaniv Kleitman, Boipelo Diale and Murendeni Mashige, Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr
DealMakers Directory 2020
Published in February each year, the DealMakers Directory is a comprehensive listing of corporate finance advisers in South Africa.

Each week, we will take a look at few of them...
BDO Corporate Finance
Oval Table Member

Herbert Smith Freehills
Pallidus Capital
In Other News
COVID-19: More 'Failing Firm' Mergers Expected

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Can companies trade recklessly during COVID-19?

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Infrastructure Spending Now a 'Must Do' for SA

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Learning from Edcon’s misfortunes

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Phumelela faces possible liquidation

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Deal-making in a virtual world - a Competition Law perspective

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Mergers & Acquisitions in the context of COVID-19: The impact on SA deal flow and some key transaction considerations

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Why The AfDB Listed Its USD 3 Bn COVID-19 Bond On The London Stock Exchange

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Stanlib launches Khanyisa Impact Investment Fund

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Why Nigeria’s new crowdfunding rules may prove an attractive option for sports teams

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CrowdFunding: Who is qualified according to new SEC Guidelines

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GPIF sets stage for EM infrastructure mandates

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Portfolio investment: Domectic investors outperforms foreign investors by 10 % in March

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Listed Companies Granted Leeway to Convene General Meetings With Capital Markets Authority Approval

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The Law of M&A

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Total told it cannot acquire Anadarko Algeria assets

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Tribunal eases merger pain for Airtel, Telkom Kenya

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Egypt's CIB Eyes Further Expansion in East Africa After Kenya Acquisition

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The Oval Table
Membership of the Oval Table, which is by invitation only, comprises six of the corporate finance players and four corporate law firms.
Representatives of the firms make up the DealMakers' Advisory Board which meets half yearly.
DealMakers is the quarterly Corporate Finance Magazine published by Gleason Publications

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