Sibanye’s South African Shareholders Still Skeptical of Stillwater Deal

Sibanye Gold’s shareholder vote on its acquisition of US platinum and palladium producer Stillwater is scheduled for April 25. However, local shareholders are still questioning the meritsfeatured

Sibanye Shareholders Hold Mixed Views of Stillwater Deal

Sibanye Gold’s increased equity portion might not be enough to convince shareholders to vote in favor of its takeover of US-based platinum and palladium producer Stillwater, a Southfeatured

Sibanye Gold Expected to Make Concessions for Stillwater Deal

Sibanye Gold is trying to ease pressure from shareholders by increasing the equity portion of its offer for U.S. platinum group metals and palladium producer Stillwater, but the dealfeatured

African Non-Profit to Fight Agrochem Mergers

The African Centre for Biodiversity (ACB), a Johannesburg-based non-profit organization promoting food sovereignty and campaigning against corporate control of Africa’s food resources, is going to filefeatured

Shareholder Concerns Voiced in Stillwater/Sibanye Deal

Some of Sibanye Gold’s minority shareholders have raised concerns over the company’s ongoing acquisition of U.S. platinum group metals and palladium producer Stillwater, South African sources told CTFN.featured

Monsanto/Bayer Merger to Face Opposition in Africa

Bayer’s $66 billion bid for genetically modified seed and herbicide producer Monsanto faces strong opposition from a range of stakeholders in South Africa and neighboring countries, sources told CTFN. “Food security is a key issue in this part of the world,” Chris Charter, director and national head of Competition at South Africanfeatured

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FAWU Dismisses AB InBev Offer; Heineken to File with Tribunal

The Food and Allied Workers Union general secretary Katishi Masemola branded Anheuser-Busch InBev’s latest attempt to clear the remaining hurdles to its merger with SABMiller as “a lot of rubbish” and vowed to take the fight to South Africa’sfeatured

Delays in South African Review of SABMiller/AB InBev Merger Might be Due to Rivals

The further extension recently secured by South Africa’s Competition Commission for its review of the SABMiller/Anheuser-Busch InBev merger could be due to complaints filed by stakeholders such as competing beer brewers, two local antitrustfeatured

Delay in South Africa Review of SABMiller/AB InBev Merger Linked to Unions

Revised at 10:58am EST – South Africa’s Competition Commission’s latest extension of SABMiller/Anheuser-Busch InBev’s merger review might be due to the fact that the commission needs additional time to analyze the submission made by the Food & Allied Workers Union (FAWU), its general secretary Katishi Masemola told CTFN. Masemola said that the commission, which was due … Read Morefeatured

SABMiller/AB InBev South Africa Review in “Very Advanced” Stage

South Africa’s Competition Commission is negotiating a further extension to make its recommendation on SABMiller/Anheuser-Busch InBev’s planned merger, the commission spokesperson told CTFN. The regulator was due to decide on the deal by close of business today, but it is trying to convince the merging parties to grant itfeatured


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