Innscor splashes US$109m on expansion projects

In terms of regional focus, Schonken said at the moment they did not have any concrete plans but added:  “it is something that we are always looking at”
By Elma Zhoya Jun. 18, 2023

Innscor revenue projected to grow by 16%

Hence, IH Securities expects these “optimal pricing strategies” to continue to grow the group’s revenue further in its current 2023 financial year that will end on June 30, 2023.
By Tatira Zwinoira Apr. 20, 2023

Top stock picks for 2023

We identify four stocks that exhibit one or more of these characteristics, namely Innscor Africa, Delta Corporation, Simbisa Brands, and Hippo Valley Estates.
By Tafara Mtutu Jan. 27, 2023

US$400k boon for Innscor workers

Addington Chinake said the dividends, which were given to the Innscor Africa Employee Share Trust, were in recognition of the workers’ commitment to the company.

Innscor revenue projected to increase by 23%

Innscor management has revealed that indicative revenue in USD is around US$700 million for the financial year 2022 with a net profit of US$90 million.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Nov. 29, 2022

Innscor invests in beer plant

ZIMBABWE Stock Exchange-listed Innscor Africa Holdings has invested close to US$70 million into a beer manufacturing plant
By Taurai Mangudhla Nov. 11, 2022

Innscor on growth trajectory

 Despite the tough operating environment, the group is also looking at capitalising on the gains experienced and achieved over the past year.
By Melody Chikono Nov. 1, 2022

Patrice Lumumba’s tooth represents plunder, resilience and reparation

Ultimately, beyond its cosmetic or even symbolic value, the gesture of returning Lumumba’s violated tooth ought to lead to a considerable degree of healing the DRC so desperately needs, in organic, broadly and deeply conceived ways. This means acts of reparations must not only be loaded in meaning but must also be essentially transformative in nature. In other words, they must include socioeconomic and cultural deliverables.

By The Standard Jul. 6, 2022

CTC approves six mergers

In the period under review, the commission received 12 merger notifications from companies in different sectors of the economy.

By The Standard May. 8, 2022