Price: 6.80c
52 Wk High: 6.80c
52 Wk Low: 2.00c
20 Day VWAP: 6.73
P/E: 22.83
D/Y: 0.00%
PBV: 3.23
EV/EBITDA: 30.67
Issued Shares: 861,771,777
Market Cap: $58,600,480.84

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AFRICAN SUN Company Description

African Sun Limited (formerly Zimbabwe Sun Limited) operates in the hospitality and leisure industry through a number of hotels, resorts, casinos and timeshare operations throughout Zimbabwe as well as regionally with operations in South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana and Botswana. The company emerged from the unbundling of Delta Corporation that saw the tourism group being established as Zimbabwe Sun Limited which later changed its name to African Sun to reflect its regional flare in its name.  African Sun Limited leases and operates properties from Dawn Properties Limited, an investment property holding company in which it holds a stake.

Counter Price   Δ USc % Δ % Δ YTD
ZIMPAPERS 1.33 0.18 15.65% 0.00%
Counter Price   Δ USc % Δ % Δ YTD
ARISTON 1.40 -0.28 -16.67% 0.00%
ECONET 111.92 -4.54 -3.90% 0.00%
OK ZIM 21.86 -0.63 -2.80% 0.00%
OLD MUTUAL 600.21 -8.35 -1.37% 0.00%
BARCLAYS 7.10 -0.02 -0.28% 0.00%
Market Commentary

ZSE end week in the red…

The primary All Share Index lost a further 0.86% to close at 108.76pts while, the Industrial Index let go 0.88% to end at 362.49pts. The Top Ten Index was 1.01% lower at 111.21pts on the back of persisted losses in Econet, Old Mutual and Delta. Ariston was the top faller of the day after dropping 16.67% to settle at $0.00140 trailed by telecoms giant Econet which declined with a hefty 3.90% to close at a vwap of $1.1192, having touched an intra-day low of $1.0900. Retailer OKZim slipped 2.80% to $0.2186 while, giant insurer Old Mutual plunged 1.37% to settle $6.0021 as today was the last day to trade ahead of unbundling. Completing the top five fallers for the day was banking group Barclays which lost 0.28% to end pegged at $0.0710. Delta was amongst the losers as top capitalised stock lost a further 0.07% to $1.8950, closing with a spread of $1.8100-$1.8950. Zimpapers was the sole winner of the... [more]

Market Comment -22.06.2018
The primary All Share Index lost a further 0.86% to close at 108.76pts while, the Industrial Index let go 0.88% to end at 362.49pts. The Top Ten...

Weekly -22.06.2018
The ZSE broke its rising momentum as mounting selling pressure across mainly the heavily capitalised stocks weighed on the benchmark indices. The Top...

Market Comment -2I.06.2018
Waning demand in selected heavy weights persisted in Thursday’s session resulting in further losses in benchmark indices. The mainstream All Share...

Market Comment -20.06.2018
The ZSE plunged deeper into the red in mid-week’s session on the back of a heavy sell off across the bourse. The main Indicator All Share eased...

Market Comment -19.06.2018
A rare trade in Getbucks highlighted Tuesday’s trading session as 45m shares exchanged hands claiming 95.52% of total volumes traded and 53.09% of...

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