Accenuate, Excellerate, Sovereign: South African Equity Preview

The following stocks may rise or fall in South Africa. Symbols are in parentheses and prices are from the last close.

The FTSE/JSE Africa All Share Index (JALSH) fell for a second day, declining 650.14, or 2.1 percent, to 29,688.89 by the 5 p.m. close in Johannesburg. The index has retreated 6.8 percent this quarter.

Accentuate Ltd. (ACE) : The cleaning and maintenance company will report a loss per share of as much as 62.5 cents when it reports results for the year to June 30, it said in a trading statement on Sept. 15. The stock closed unchanged at 55 cents.

Andulela Investment Holdings Ltd. (AND) : The investment group reports results for the six months to June. Earnings will rise to as much as 0.14 cents a share, the company said in a trading statement on Sept. 14. Shares in the company ended trading unchanged at 22 cents.

Cape Empowerment Ltd. (CAP SJ): The investment holding company reported a loss per share of 1.5 cents for six months to June 30, compared with earnings of 5.1 cents a year earlier. The stock ended unchanged at 20 cents.

Excellerate Holdings Ltd. (EXL SJ): The provider of cleaning and parking services reports results for the year to June 30. Earnings per share rose as much as 54 percent, the company said in a trading statement on Sept. 20. Shares in the company rose 1.2 percent to 88 cents.

Kaydav Group Ltd. (KDV) : The wood board distributor and wholesaler reports results for the year to June 30. Earnings per share rose as much as 100 percent, the company said in a trading statement on Aug. 1. The stock ended unchanged at 34 cents.

Jubilee Platinum Plc (JLP) : The platinum miner releases earnings for the 12 months to June 30. Gross profit rose as much as 500 percent from the previous comparative period, the group said in a trading statement on Sept. 29. The stock rallied 11 percent to 1.85 rand.

O-Line Holdings Ltd. (OLI SJ): The manufacturer of cable ladders, anchors and mechanical supports will report a 74 percent rise in earnings per share when it reports for the year to June 30 today, it said in a trading statement on Aug. 31. Shares in the company ended unchanged at 99 cents.

Sallies Ltd. (SAL SJ): The fluorspar producer reports earnings for the 12 months through June. The company will report a reduced loss per share of 6.1 cents to 7.1 cents, compared with a loss of 9.8 cents the previous year, it said in a trading statement on Aug. 30. Shares in the company fell 6.7 percent to 14 cents.

Southern Electricity Company Ltd. (SLO SJ): The company that manages and maintains electricity networks in southern Namibia reports results for the year through June. The company expects to report a loss per share of 0.09 cents from earnings of 3.81 cents a year earlier, it said in a trading statement on Sept. 23. The shares ended unchanged at 20 cents.

Sovereign Food Investments Ltd. (SOV) : The poultry producer releases results for the six months to Aug. 31. Earnings per share will be as much as 70 percent lower than the same period a year earlier, it said in a trading statement on Sept. 21. The stock fell 1.1 percent to 4.45 cents.

Vunani Property Investment Fund Ltd. (VPF) : The property investment company said it will report basic earnings per share of between 15.03 cents and 18.19 cents for the six months through June. Shares in the company ended unchanged at 7.20 rand.

To contact the reporter on this story: Stephen Gunnion in Johannesburg at sgunnion@bloomberg.net

To contact the editor responsible for this story: Gavin Serkin at gserkin@bloomberg.net

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