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Remgro disposes of Tracker stake

Oct 03 2011 13:14 Reuters

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REMGRO LIMITED [JSE:REM]

Last traded 237.60
Change 1.1
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Cumulative volume 334783
Market cap 114.31bn

Last Updated: 29/07/2014 at 04:26. Prices are delayed by 15 minutes. Source: McGregor BFA

FIRSTRAND LIMITED [JSE:FSR]

Last traded 44.30
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Cumulative volume 5121537
Market cap 249.76bn

Last Updated: 29/07/2014 at 04:27. Prices are delayed by 15 minutes. Source: McGregor BFA

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Johannesburg - A group of investors - including private equity firm Actis - has bought a stake in vehicle tracking company Tracker from investment group Remgro [JSE:REM] in a R3.9bn deal, the companies said on Monday.
 
Remgro will dispose of its undisclosed stake in Tracker, whick makes equipment used to recover stolen cars. Existing shareholder FirstRand [JSE:FSR] will transfer its stake in Tracker from its Wesbank unit to its RMB Ventures unit, a spokesperson said.

In addition, the Mineworkers Investment Company will increase its shareholding in the business.
 
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Washington DC-based Carlyle said in March it was entering sub-Saharan Africa, targeting investments in consumer goods, financial services, agriculture and infrastructure.
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