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Country launches first food security centre

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Following the devastating effects of the listeriosis outbreak in December 2017, food-manufacturing giant Tiger Brands has banded together with the University of Stellenbosch to launch the country’s very first Centre for Food Safety in the country. The outbreak left a trail of devastation in its wake, with the Western Cape recording the second-highest number of deaths as a result of the deadly bacterium.

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Troubled Tiger closes another factory

Tiger Brands, the company behind the killer polony scandal, has closed another factory because of traces of listeria.  This was announced on Monday in a statement by the firm. Meanwhile, it announced it faces class action claims over the listeria outbreak, and is looking at stiff losses. Together they could add up to over R800m.

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Tiger Brands eyes Africa expansion

  • Consumer-goods group seeks acquisitions and brand boost as analysts recommend slow and steady approach.

Tiger Brands was looking for acquisitions outside SA and would place more emphasis on due diligence than in the past, management said on Monday.

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Tiger Brands year end financial results

Tiger Brands (JSE: TBS), South Africa’s leading fast moving consumer goods manufacturer posted a solid set of results for the year ended 30 September 2016, testament to the strength of its brands and ability of its leadership to navigate the difficult environment. The company recorded an increase in group turnover from continuing operations of 11 percent to R31,7bn, while group operating income rose 5% to R4,2bn.

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Tiger Brands appoints new CFO

The Board of Tiger Brands announced today the appointment of Noel Doyle, who will be taking over from Funke Ighodaro as the new Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of the Company. Noel, who is currently the Group’s Chief Operating Officer, will assume his new duties from 1 August 2016
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