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|Business||Afrimat Limited is a leading black empowered open pit mining company providing industrial minerals and construction materials. Listed in the 'Construction & Building Materials' sector of the Main Board JSE Limited since 2006, Afrimat continues to expand its footprint into Africa. Backed by more than 45 years' experience, Afrimat operates through five key divisions: Mining & Aggregates, Industrial Minerals, Contracting International, Concrete Products and Readymix.|
|Results||August 2018 Interim estimated to be released on Friday , 02 November 2018|
|AGM||Next AGM date: Thursday , 02 August 2018|
|Market Cap||R 4,125,957,466|
|P/E Ratio||15.95||Dividend Yield||SUB REQUIRED|
|24/05/2018||AFRIMAT LIMITED - Reviewed condensed consolidated provisional financial results for the year ended 28 February 2018|
|03/05/2018||AFRIMAT LIMITED - Voluntary Trading Statement for the year ended 28 February 2018|
|04/04/2018||AFRIMAT LIMITED - Disclosure of Acquisition of Securities|
|28/02/2018||Afrimat Limited - Closed Period Share Repurchase Programme|
|23/02/2018||AFRIMAT LIMITED - Voluntary Business Update|
|14/11/2017||AFRIMAT LIMITED - Changes to the Board|
|08/11/2017||AFRIMAT LIMITED - Secondary Listing on A2X|
|Afrimat supplies a broad range of construction materials and industrial minerals ranging from mining and aggregates, metallurgical dolomites, agricultural lime, concrete products (bricks, blocks and pavers) to readymix. Further, Afrimat has established a strong foothold in contracting services comprising drilling and blasting, mobile crushing and screening.
The group's growing geographical footprint covers vast sections of urban and rural Southern Africa, supported by the fleet of mobile crushers which offers flexibility beyond fixed areas of operation. As a result, the group's integrated product offering is today distributed across the Western Cape, Eastern Cape, KwaZulu-Natal, Free State, Gauteng, Limpopo, Mpumalanga, Northern Cape and Namibia.
The group's capabilities enable Afrimat to service projects of any scale from major infrastructure and construction projects for state-owned enterprises and parastatals through to small private sector contracts.
Afrimat's consistently low staff turnover has resulted in a deep skills pool. Genuine transformation, starting with staff and management and extending to community upliftment, is integral to the group's sustainability. In addition, environmental conservation is a pivotal element of Afrimat's growth strategy.