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JSE suspends Zaptronix

Jan 03 2013 11:44

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Johannesburg - Monitoring and surveillance group Zaptronix [JSE:ZPT] has had its shares suspended on the JSE for failing to submit its results within the three-month deadline, MoneyWeb reported. 

In a note to the company's shareholders, the JSE said it had suspended the stocks with immediate effect. 

Zaptronix shares were last trading at 1c on the JSE, prior to their suspension. 

The JSE advised the company in December that the listing of the companies securities was under threat of suspension and possible termination. 

The company last reported a net loss of R2.845m and revenue of R14.1m.


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