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John Halamandres, former CEO of Famous Brands and who now serves as a non-executive director disposed of 500 000 shares, almost R45m, so far to settle a loan.
Owner of food franchises Debonairs and Steers, Famous Brands, expects its earnings to improve by more than 100% for the six months ended August 31, 2019.
Despite challenging trading conditions and having to recall ready-to-eat meat products from its outlets earlier in the year, Famous Brands is expecting to release positive results at the end of August.
Famous Brand revenue jumps 23% to R7bn, helped by strong performance from its South African operations while the UK business suffered from difficult trading conditions
An impairment on Gourmet Burger Kitchen will cost Famous Brands more than 20% of its earnings per share.
Famous Brands which has bought the UK’s Gourmet Burger Kitchen chain months after the Brexit vote, slumped the most in 14 years.
Famous Brands, Africa’s largest branded food service franchiser, had entered Ghana but exited the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ivory Coast and Tanzania.
Africa’s largest branded food services franchisor Famous Brands has posted a 33% increase in revenue on the back of a robust acquisition spree.
A slip of the digit resulted in former Famous Brands CEO Kevin Hedderwick being placed as SA’s 11th highest earner on the Business Times Rich List.
Famous Brands has reported a 71% increase in headline earnings per share, as the company continued to build capacity amid its merger and acquisition spree.
Famous Brands does not expect the economy to improve in the current period.
The campaign featured a white man shouting outside Indian restaurants.
Despite posting tepid results from its UK operations, Famous Brands still sees the highly competitive market as a good investment.
The Famous Brands share price has taken a knock after the owner of Steers and Debonairs said it expects a weaker financial performance for the year to end-February.
Famous Brands, which bought the UK’s Gourmet Burger Kitchen chain months after Brexit, said it sees difficult trading conditions persisting for at least the next year and a half.
Share analyst Kirk Swart looks at shares that are making significant moves on the Johannesburg's Stock Exchange in this week's share watch.
Africa’s largest branded food services franchisor has put its focus back on its winning outlets, following an acquisition spree which saw the company buy seven new firms.
Former Famous Brands CEO Kevin Hedderwick has joined Bidvest founder Brian Joffe at Long4Life, after the company listed on the JSE in April 2017.
The Competition Commission has approved Famous Brands' agreement to acquire 49.9% of By Word of Mouth.
Famous Brands is satisfied that a reasonable degree of certainty exists with regard to the financial results for the six months ended August 31 2016.
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