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Tiger Brands Ltd (TBSJ.J)

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Wed, Apr 17 2019

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South Africa's Tiger Brands to fight listeria class action

JOHANNESBURG South Africa's leading food producer Tiger Brands said on Wednesday it will fight a class action lawsuit over its role in the world's largest ever listeria outbreak.

South Africa's Tiger Brands to fight listeria class action

JOHANNESBURG, April 17 South Africa's leading food producer Tiger Brands said on Wednesday it will fight a class action lawsuit over its role in the world's largest ever listeria outbreak.

South Africa's Tiger Brands reopens meat plant after listeria outbreak

JOHANNESBURG South African authorities have given food maker Tiger Brands permission to re-open a factory closed after the world's biggest listeria outbreak was traced to one of its facilities, the company said on Thursday.

South Africa's Tiger Brands reopens meat plant after listeria outbreak

JOHANNESBURG, Dec 6 South African authorities have given food maker Tiger Brands permission to re-open a factory closed after the world's biggest listeria outbreak was traced to one of its facilities, the company said on Thursday.

South Africa court paves way for class action against Tiger Brands

CAPE TOWN A South African court on Monday granted a class action certificate to victims of listeriosis, paving the way for them to claim against Tiger Brands after the world's largest ever outbreak claimed more than 200 lives in the country.

South Africa court paves way for class action against Tiger Brands

CAPE TOWN, Dec 3 A South African court on Monday granted a class action certificate to victims of listeriosis, paving the way for them to claim against Tiger Brands after the world's largest ever outbreak claimed more than 200 lives in the country. The source of the outbreak earlier this year was traced in March to a factory owned by Tiger Brands unit Enterprise Foods, leading to the health department recalling tonnes of processed meat products known as "polony".

UPDATE 2-South Africa's Tiger Brands to spin off 42 pct stake in Oceana

JOHANNESBURG, Nov 22 South Africa's Tiger Brands , which is recovering from a food contamination crisis, will spin off its 42 percent stake in fishing company Oceana Group, worth $330 million, to focus on growing its food and drinks business.

South Africa's Tiger Brands to spin-off stake in Oceana

JOHANNESBURG, Nov 22 Tiger Brands, which is recovering from a food contamination crisis, said on Thursday it will spin-off its stake in Oceana Group following a strategic review.

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