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Raubex Group Ltd (RBXJ.J)

RBXJ.J on Johannesburg Stock Exchange

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Raubex Group Sees FY EPS & HEPS To Be At Least 20 Pct Lower Than Last Year
Tuesday, 12 Feb 2019 

Feb 12 (Reuters) - Raubex Group Ltd ::EXPECTS EPS & HEPS FOR YEAR TO BE AT LEAST 20% LOWER THAN EPS & HEPS FROM PREVIOUS CORRESPONDING PERIOD.HAS CONTINUED EXPERIENCING WEAK TRADING CONDITIONS IN SOUTH AFRICAN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY DURING SECOND HALF OF FINANCIAL YEAR.RIGHTSIZING INITIATIVES CONTINUED DURING SECOND HALF OF FY TO FURTHER REDUCE CAPACITY IN LINE WITH LOW LEVEL OF DEMAND EXPERIENCED.EXPECTS EPS & HEPS BEING AT LEAST 46,7 CENTS & 45,7 CENTS LOWER THAN EPS & HEPS ACHIEVED LAST YEAR RESPECTIVELY.  Full Article

Raubex Group Posts Half Year Revenue Of R4,48 Billion, Down 4 Pct
Monday, 29 Oct 2018 

Oct 29 (Reuters) - Raubex Group Ltd ::JSE: RBX - UNAUDITED INTERIM RESULTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDED 31 AUGUST 2018.HY REVENUE DOWN 4,0% TO R4,48 BILLION.HY ORDER BOOK OF R8,41 BILLION (H1 2018: R7,52 BILLION).INTERIM DIVIDEND OF 12 CENTS PER SHARE DECLARED.HY HEPS DOWN 72,8% TO 35,7 CENTS PER SHARE.RAUBEX GROUP SAYS CONTINUED TO EXPERIENCE VERY CHALLENGING CONDITIONS IN SOUTH AFRICAN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY, PARTICULARLY IN ROAD CONSTRUCTION SECTOR.RAUBEX - WITH CONDITIONS IN SOUTH AFRICAN CONSTRUCTION SECTOR RESTRAINED, GROUP IS EXPECTING A CHALLENGING SECOND HALF OF YEAR.LOW VOLUME OF WORK EXPERIENCED DURING H1 RESULTED IN GROUP'S ASPHALT & BITUMEN SUPPLY OPERATIONS BEING RIGHTSIZED.  Full Article

Raubex Group Says FY Revenue Down 5.1 Pct To 8,54 Bln Rand
Monday, 7 May 2018 

May 7 (Reuters) - Raubex Group Ltd ::FY REVENUE DOWN 5,1% TO R8,54 BILLION (2017: R9,01 BILLION).FY OPERATING PROFIT UP 1,5% TO R671,9 MILLION (2017: R661,7 MILLION).FY HEPS UP 13,3% TO 228,6 CENTS PER SHARE (2017: 201,7 CENTS PER SHARE).ORDER BOOK AT FY OF R8,19 BILLION (2017: R8,03 BILLION).FINAL DIVIDEND OF 33 CENTS PER SHARE DECLARED (2017: 45 CENTS).  Full Article

SA's Competition Tribunal Says Conditionally Approved 3 Separate Deal Involving Raubex, Stefanutti Stocks and WBHO Construction
Wednesday, 21 Feb 2018 

Feb 21 (Reuters) - South Africa's Competition Tribunal::SA'S COMPETITION TRIBUNAL - CONDITIONALLY APPROVED SEPARATE MERGERS INVOLVING RAUBEX, STEFANUTTI STOCKS, WBHO CONSTRUCTION WITH THEIR SME BLACK OWNED COS.SA'S COMPETITION TRIBUNAL - MERGERS RESULT OF A SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT CONCLUDED BETWEEN THE CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES AND THE SOUTH AFRICAN GOVERNMENT.SA'S COMPETITION TRIBUNAL - SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT FOLLOWED COMMISSION’S INVESTIGATION INTO CARTEL CONDUCT IN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY BETWEEN 2009 AND 2013.SA'S COMPETITION TRIBUNAL - MERGED ENTITIES WILL BE REFERRED TO AS RAUBEX ALLIANCE, STEFANUTTI STOCKS ALLIANCE AND WBHO CONSTRUCTION ALLIANCE RESPECTIVELY.SA'S COMPETITION TRIBUNAL - THREE COS ELECTED TO ENTER INTO ALLIANCES WITH EMERGING CONTRACTORS WITH MORE THAN 51% BLACK OWNERSHIP.SA'S COMPETITION TRIBUNAL - SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT ALSO PROVIDES FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A TRUST FUND TO DEVELOP THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY.SA'S COMPETITION TRIBUNAL - SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT MAKES PROVISION FOR THE TIRISANO CONSTRUCTION FUND.  Full Article

Raubex Group says H1 HEPS up 0.4 pct to 131.1 cents
Monday, 6 Nov 2017 

Nov 6 (Reuters) - RAUBEX GROUP LTD ::‍H1 REVENUE DOWN 2,0% TO R4,67 BILLION (H1 2017: R4,76 BILLION)​.H1 ‍HEPS UP 0,4% TO 131,1 CENTS PER SHARE (H1 2017: 130,6 CENTS PER SHARE)​.‍INTERIM DIVIDEND OF 45 CENTS PER SHARE DECLARED​.H1 ‍CAPEX SPEND OF R253,2 MILLION (H1 2017: R234,9 MILLION)​.‍H1 ORDER BOOK OF R7,52 BILLION (H1 2017: R8,2 BILLION)​.‍JE RAUBENHEIMER (KOOS) HAS RETIRED AS CHAIRMAN OF BOARD AND NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF COMPANY EFFECTIVE 8 SEPTEMBER 2017​.‍F KENNEY, A NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, WAS APPOINTED AS CHAIRMAN OF BOARD EFFECTIVE 8 SEPTEMBER 2017​.  Full Article

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