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A Group Academic Authority, that constitutes a senior academic decision-making body for ADvTECH and a Group Marketing function for all higher education divisions, is established.\n \n2002 The Company's founder and long time Chairman resigns and becomes a non-executive Director. Hugh Brown is appointed non-executive Chairman. Frank Thompson (formerly Deputy Chairman of Amalgamated Appliances) is appointed CEO.\n\nFurther rationalisation occurs and all Australian Recruitment operations were sold or closed down during the year.\n \n2001 Hugh Brown is appointed Acting CEO. ADvTECH is restructured into four divisions Tertiary, University, Recruiting and Schools. Non core businesses such as ADvTECH Skills and Labournet were sold. 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It has been a wholly-owned subsidiary of AVI since incorporation.\n21 March 1989 - Name was changed to AVI Diversified Holdings Ltd.\n11 November 1998 - Name was changed to Aveng.\n5 July 1999 - Listed on the JSE."},"AEL":{"companyName":"Altron Limited A","ticker":"AEL","lastPrice":1120,"bidPrice":1150,"offerPrice":1120,"previousDaysClose":1120,"companyHistory":"1965\n \n Allied Electric was founded by Bill Venter, a 33-year old telecoms engineer, and three colleagues. Total staff complement was six people. Founder and chairman of Altron, Dr Bill Venter (left). \n \nAllied Electric begins business as a designer and manufacturer of semi-conductor rectifier equipment, battery chargers, inverters, variable speed drives, DC motor controls, DC power supplies, electronic signal equipment and transformers. Components are distributed on behalf of leading French, USA and UK principals and manufacturers.\n \n 1974 - 1979\nAfter rapid expansion by Allied Electric, one of South Africa’s leading telecommunications manufacturers, STC (UK), is acquired from ITT Corporation (USA), and subsequently Altech (in 1974) becomes the holding company of the group.\n \n \n In 1974, Allied Technologies (Altech)\nis listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange.\n \n 1979 - 1980\nA new holding company, Allied Electronics Corporation (Altron), is created and positions Altech under it as its telecommunications subsidiary and Powertech as the power electronics subsidiary\n \nAltron has approximately 3 700 employees and annual revenue of R89 million.\n \nPowertech acquires the Willard Battery Group from the ESB Group (USA) making Powertech South Africa’s largest auto motive/industrial battery manufacturer.\n \nPowertech acquires the Willard Battery Group from the ESB Group (USA) making Powertech South Africa’s largest auto motive/industrial battery manufacturer.\nPowertech acquires Litemaster, South Africa’s largest manufacturer of electrical accessories as well as Crabtree Electric from the Crabtree Group (UK). \n\n \n 1981 - 1985\nThe Board creates a holding company to control the Altron, Altech, Powertech and Fintech companies, calling it Ventron Corporation.\n \nIn 1982 Altron, through Powertech, acquires 90% of Lascon Lighting Industries.\n \nIn 1983 Powertech acquires former Swedish-owned ASEA Electric which consists of a transformer and cables division.\n \nAltech assumes sponsorship of the South African Open Tennis Tournament.\n \nIn late 1984 Powertech acquires Scottish Cables from BICC.\n \n \n In 1985 Powertech buys a controlling interest in Aberdare Cables and then merges Scottish Cables and ASEA W/Aberdare to form South Africa’s largest cable company trading under the Aberdare brand.\nIn 1983 Africa’s largest corporation, Anglo American Corporation, purchases a 20% shareholding in the Ventron Group.\n \nIn 1985 Altron’s revenues reach R320 million with a market capitalisation of R358 million.\n \n 1986 - 1990\nThe JSE-listed Autopage Holdings is purchased and significant growth is recorded in all the group’s acquisitions.\n \nThe group’s thrust into information technology is spearheaded by the listing of Fintech in 1986.\n \nThe group comprises holding company Ventron, with five listed subsidiaries, Altron, Altech, Fintech, Powertech and Autopage Holdings, each operating in a well- defined field of technology.\n \nIn 1987, Fintech acquires Rank Xerox South Africa and \nAltech acquires UEC Projects.\nIn the same year Powertech acquires the remaining shareholding in ASEA Sweden and Stromberg South Africa from Stromberg in Finland.\nIn 1989 Fintech acquires a majority shareholding in NCR \nCorporation of South Africa. \n\n \n 1991 - 1994\nAberdare Cables plays a key role in the electrification of South Africa through innovative product design for Eskom.\n \nA 50% joint venture is formed with Alcatel France in STC, Altech’s telecommunications subsidiary.\n \nIn 1994 Altron has 14 400 employees, a market capitali- sation of R1.3 billion and its annual revenues exceed R3.2 billion.\n \nXerox USA re-enters South Africa in a joint venture with Altron.\n \nAberdare Cables acquires Delta Cables thereby further consolidating South Africa’s cable market and enters European markets by acquiring Alcobre in Portugal.\n \n 1995 - 1996\nPowertech disposes of its Gentech household appliance business to Whirlpool (USA).\n \n \n Altron’s listed subsidiary Autopage, residing under Altech, secures a licence to act as a GSM cellular service provider to both network operators, MTN and Vodacom.\nAltron receives the prestigious President’s Export Award as the nation’s foremost technology exporter from President Nelson Mandela.\nIn 1995 The Bill Venter Foundation completes the rebuilding of the Qunu and Nkalane Secondary Schools in Umtata, the alma mater of the former Presiden of South Africa, Nelson Mandela.\n \n 1997 - 1998\nAltron exports reach R500 million with a remarkable overall 53% increase in exports in rand value terms.\n \nAcquisition of Lambda Cables.\n \nABB Powertech is restructured to form ABB Powertech Transformers and ABB Powertech Transmission and Distribution.\n \nNetstar, South Africa’s leading vehicle tracking company, is acquired.\n \nPowertech acquires Sabat Batteries.\n \nPowertech acquires the cable manufacturing interests, as well as a 25% stake in the distribution business of Voltex Holdings Limited for R750 million.\n \nPowertech’s Aberdare Cables is ranked as one of the world’s top 25 cable manufacturers.\n \nABB Powertech Transformers secures substantial orders for the supply of transformers for two power plants in Mexico and further power plants in the USA.\n \n 1999 - 2000\nAutopage Holdings is delisted and Ventron is unbundled.\n \nAltron’s shareholding in Telemetrix is sold as the group focuses on core assets.\n \nPowertech acquires Battery Technologies.\n \nBlack Economic Empowerment company, Kwezi Investments Limited, acquires 10% of Aberdare Cables.\n \nPowertech is rated by Forbes magazine as one of the top 300 smaller companies in the world.\n \nUEC Technologies develops world-leading digital decoder technology which becomes a household name in SA, Italy, Holland, Cyprus, Greece and the Gulf States.\n \nAltech enters the smart card field through Altech Smart Card Technologies.\n \nThe group increases its stake to over 50% in subsidiary, USKO through a R228.4 million rights issue.\n \nAltech, through Alcatel Altech Telecoms, secures the largest ever (R1.2 billion) telecom munications contract placed by Telkom for DECT (digital enhanced cordless telephony) systems.\n \n 2000 - 2001\nWith 12 625 employees, Altron revenues in 2000 exceed R7 billion and market capitalisation reaches R1.9 billion.\n \nPowertech acquires Cables de Comunicaciones SL, a leading Spanish telecom- munications cable manufacturer.\n \nTwo leading healthcare IT companies, PQ Africa’s QEDI and Bytes’ MediSwitch in the medical claims forwarding industry, merge to form an internet healthcare and e-commerce partnership in the form of Digital Healthcare Solutions.\n \n \n USKO is re-branded as Bytes Technology Group Limited (Bytes) and the IT interests of Fintech are purchased by BTG to consolidate the group’s IT under Bytes.\n \nThe Altron Chairman and Chief Executive Officer positions (both previously held by Dr Venter) are split. Robert Venter is appointed Chief Executive of Altron,\nwith Dr Venter retaining the Chairmanship of the group. \n\n \nThe Altron Executive Committee is formed with key strategy to simplify group structure, divest non-core operations and focus on core business implemented.\n \n 2002\n2002 marks the group’s 37th year of growth with revenues of R10 billion and a market capitalisation of R2.2 billion.\n \nXerox SA secures the exclusive sub saharan distributorship for Xerox products.\n \n \n Altech sells its 40% stake in Alcatel Altech Telecoms for R335 million.\n \nPowertech and Fintech are delisted and become wholly-owned subsidiaries of Altron.\n \nAltech is ranked as one of the TOP 20 Companies listed on the JSE Securities Exchange by Financial Mail.\n \nAltron’s 2001 export sales top R1 billion mark.\n \nAberdare Cables, a subsidiary of Powertech, enters into an equity partnership with Corning International Corporation, a world leader in optical fibre technology.\n \nAnother rural school, built by The Bill Venter Foundation, is officially dedicated by former President Nelson Mandela at a ceremony in Elliotdale, in the Eastern Cape.\n \nPowertech’s shareholding of 30% in Voltex distribution is sold for R130 million to Bidvest.\n \n 2002 - 2003\nAltech Card Solutions (ACS) acquires Cardtronics.\n \nAltech’s Netstar expands into Malaysia.\n \nAltron is nominated as one of the Top Ten Companies for 2001/2 with revenues rising by 15% to R11.4 billion and operating income by 20% to R912 million.\n \nAltech is judged top ICT company in South Africa.\nFintech launches the first office equipment securitisation in SA.\nAlcom Systems sells 30% of its stake to Motoma ICT \nGroup in a BEE deal. \n\n \n 2004\nAltech repurchases R250 million of its shares in the open market.\n \nAltech and the Econet Wireless Group announce a R1 billion joint venture.\n \n \n Altech acquires NamITech, a manufacturer of smartcards, pre-paid vouchers and a mobile solutions provider and introduces Pamodzi as BEE shareholder in Altech Data and NamITech.\n \nBytes sells 27% of its Bytes South African operations to Kagiso in a BEE deal.\n \nAberdare Cables sells 30% to BEE company, Izingwe Capital, founded by Sipho Pityana.\n \nBytes purchases CS Holdings as well as 50% of Xerox SA from Xerox International to move to 100% ownership and re-brands Xerox SA as Bytes Document Solutions.\n \nAltech sponsors inaugural F1X2 international motor racing event.\n \n 2005\nAltron’s 11 800 employees celebrate its 40th anniversary with an increase in revenues of 22% to R12.2 billion and operating income of 35% to R968 million. Market capitalisation reaches R5 billion.\n \nAltech exits joint venture with Econet with a R150 million profit.\n \nPowertech purchases Calidus, a manufacturer and supplier of electrical insulation materials and signs a new 10-year agreement with Von Roll Isola.\n \nAltron launches its Transformation Vision 2010, an internal Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) policy document which includes a group scorecard for Black Economic Empowerment.\n \nVodacom and MTN sign long- term agreements with Altech for Altech Autopage Cellular to act as an independent service provider for a minimum of five years\n \nCS Holdings is successfully integrated into Bytes.\n \n 2006\nAltron increases shareholding in Bytes to 57.7% by purchasing R100 million of shares on the open market.\n \nRevenues exceed R14 billion and operating profit exceeds R1 billion for the first time.\n \nMarket capitalisation increases to R8 billion.\nBytes purchase UK – Vantage and Xclusive (Xerox concessionaires).\nAltech purchases French-based MobiMaster. \n\n \n 2007\nMarket capitalisation exceeds R13 billion for the first time.\n \nAcquisition of Swanib Cables.\n \nAcquisition of IST, subject to regulatory approval.\n \nAcquisition of Revenues exceed R17 billion.\n \nEmpowerment deals at Altech Netstar Fleet Management and Altech Matomo announced.\n \n2008\n\n Acquisition by Powertech of the electrical engineering operations of the IST group for \nR504 million, effective 1 September 2007;\n\n Acquisition by Altron of the minority shareholders in Bytes Technology Group Limited for R1.4 billion. Bytes was de-listed from the JSE Limited on 15 January 2008;\n\n Acquisition by Altech of ComTech for R53 million, effective 1 January 2008;\n\n Purchase by Altron of an additional 3.7% of Altech for R187 million at an average price of R52.14 per share during February 2008, thereby increasing its stake in Altech to 62%;\n\n Acquisition by Powertech of the 25% minority in Cables de Comunicaciones Zaragoza, effective 1 August 2007 for €8 million;\n\n Acquisition by Powertech of Swanib Cables for R43 million, effective 1 March 2007.\n\n Acquisition by Altech of 51% of the Sameer ICT group in Kenya for maximum consideration of US$75 million, effective 1 March 2008;\n\n Acquisition by Powertech of the 50% stake it did not own in ABB Powertech Transformers from ABB for R320 million, effective 1 April 2008;\n\n Disposal by Powertech of Yelland Control to Omron Europe for R65 million, effective \n1 April 2008.\n\n Acquisition by Bytes of Intelleca – 17 June 2008\n\n Acquisition by Bytes of Nor Paper – 9 July 2008\n\n Altech Autopage Cellular and Neotel sign distribution agreement – 27 August 2008\n\n The Pretoria High Court rules in favour of Altech Autopage Cellular to the entitlement of an individual electronic communications network service (I-ECNS) license, enabling the group’s telecommunications subsidiary to develop and operate its own telecommunications network – \n29 August 2008\n\n 2009\n\n Altech announces 25% Black Economic Empowerment deal: Altech announced a 25% + 1 share Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) transaction in relation to three of its subsidiaries, Altech Netstar, Comtech and Altech Netstar Fleet Solutions. - December 09\n\n Altron ranked the 17th best company in South Africa regarding its carbon footprinting initiative and reporting - November 09\n\n Altech in one of South Africa’s Top 500 companies. - October 09\n\n The Altech Academy becomes the first corporate university in the local ICT industry to have its higher education training programmes accredited by the Information Systems Electronics and Telecommunications Technologies (ISETT) Seta and Department of Labour. - October 09 \n\n Powertech Transformers expands BEE shareholding and restructures transformer business: Power Matla, chaired by Solly Moloko, takes a 20% equity in the combined Powertech Transformers and Desta Power Matla operations. - September 09\n\n Bytes Systems Integration awarded the 2009 South African Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) Competitive Strategy award by Frost & Sullivan, an international consulting and research company. - September 09\n\n Altech and Seacom announce strategic bandwidth alliance - September 09\n\n Dr Bill Venter receives the “Legend in ICT Award” which was presented by the State Information Technology Agency (SITA) during the GovTech 2009 Conference - September 09\n\n Altech’s Kenya Data Networks lays 1500kms of fibre between Mombasa and Kampala - August 09\n\n Altech’s KDN acquires 8.5% stake in The East Africa Marine System Limited (TEAMS): for an amount of USD 11 million. - August 09\n\n Dr Bill Venter, founder and Chairman, celebrates his 75th birthday and launches his autobiography, In pursuit of a dream “Bill Venter and the Altron story”. - July 09\n\n Bytes Outsource Services has clinched a three-year R100 million contract to manage and operate Neotel’s customer care contact centre. - June 09\n\n Intelleca named Genesys partner of the year - June 09\n\n Bytes Document Solutions upgrades its support structure and presence in Zimbabwe by appointing Document Support Centre as its exclusive distributor in our neighboring country. - June 09\n\n Altech acquires Technology Concepts an internet service provider (ISP) and information technology company. - April 09\n\n Altron ranked number one company in the General Industrials sector and number 32 overall in South Africa in the FM/Empowerdex Top 200 Empowerment Companies ratings for 2009. This positions the company as a level 4 contributor. - April 09\n\n Bill Venter recognised as SA’s Mr Technology by government and industry for his significant contribution to technology over the past 45 years. - February 09\n\n Altech awarded landmark electronic communications network service (I-ECNS) and electronic communications service (I-ECS) licences - January 09\n\n Bytes Document Solutions announced “Partner of the Year” and wins “Productivity Through Partnerships” award at the XEROX Middle East and Africa Operations Conference held in Dubai. - January 09"},"AET":{"companyName":"Alert Steel Holdings Ltd","ticker":"AET","lastPrice":38,"bidPrice":null,"offerPrice":null,"previousDaysClose":38,"companyHistory":null},"AEY":{"companyName":"AEP Energy Africa Ltd","ticker":"AEY","lastPrice":1000,"bidPrice":null,"offerPrice":null,"previousDaysClose":1708,"companyHistory":null},"AFE":{"companyName":"AECI Limited","ticker":"AFE","lastPrice":10969,"bidPrice":11274,"offerPrice":10900,"previousDaysClose":10969,"companyHistory":"1924 - Founded through the merger of the explosives interests of De Beers and Nobel Industries of Britain.\n1966 - Listed on the JSE.\n1993 - Major restructuring programme was undertaken.\n2000 - Sale of AECI's 50 per cent shareholdings in both Resinkem and Specialty Minerals South Africa to Chemical Services Limited for R40 million. The consideration is satisfied through the issue of 3.33 million additional Chemserve shares to AECI, increasing AECI's shareholding in Chemserve from 60.9 per cent to 62.7 per cent \nDisposal of Autoplastic to SAI Automotive AG, the automotive activity of the Sommer Allibert Group Sale of AECI's 50 per cent share in Goldchem to its partner, Rand Refinery Limited \nSale of AECI's 50 per cent share in Alliance Peroxide to Degussa-Hüls AG of Germany \nAnnouncement by SANS Fibres of a R60 million investment to double PET polymer production at its Bellville site Joint venture in technical coatings with PPG Industries of the USA. 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The transaction, with an estimated consideration in excess of R300 million, is subject to the approval of the minority shareholders in Chemserve, the statutory requirements of the JSE and other formal consents AECI and Sasol Chemical Industries (SCI) reach agreement for SCI to acquire AECI's 50 per cent interest in the Fedmis Phalaborwa partnership, subject to approval by the Competition Commission AECI Limited publishes a cautionary announcement advising shareholders that it had reached agreement in principle, subject to certain conditions, with Anglo South Africa ('Anglo'), regarding a potential repurchase by AECI of a portion of Anglo’s shareholding in AECI.\n\n\n2001\n\nAt a general meeting of ordinary shareholders in AECI Limited on 10 January, the Company is authorised to buy back 40 per cent of its issued shares from majority shareholder, Anglo South Africa (Pty) Limited. As a result AECI purchases 61.9 million shares from Anglo, of which 51.6 million are cancelled and 10.3 million are now held as treasury shares AECI's remaining 50 per cent interest in Kynoch Fertilizer sold to Norsk Hydro. The transaction completes the Group's exit from the non-core retail fertilizer business Dulux's Protective and Marine coatings business sold to Sigma Coatings. Dulux will continue to manufacture branded products on Sigma's behalf for the next two years, on a toll basis Agreement concluded to dispose of AECI's 60 per cent interest in AECI Bioproducts to Zarara Energy Limited Heads of agreement concluded in terms of which AECI will dispose of its animal feeds business, Kynoch Feeds, to Kemira Oy of Finland with effect from 1 April.\n\n2002 - For the first time since it began its transformation programme in 1998, AECI Limited returns to the international finance markets. It concludes an agreement with a syndicate of six banks to raise US$75 million by way of a three year revolving credit facility Anglo American plc’s South African subsidiary disposes of a further 13.5 million shares in AECI (being 12.95 per cent of AECI's ordinary share capital) to two institutional buyers for an undisclosed amount. \n\n2003 - Schalk Engelbrecht succeeds Lex van Vught as AECI's chief executive AECI acquires, from the minorities of Chemical Services Limited, the balance of the shares in this company that it did not already own. Chemical Services is delisted from the JSE Securities Exchange SA by year-end AECI and Dyno Nobel of Norway sign heads of agreement for the establishment of a 50:50 joint venture company, DetNet International, that will be responsible for all future design, manufacture, promotion and support of electronic detonator systems. The JV is a major step in gaining access to international markets for AECI's highly specialised, world class electronic detonators. \n\n2004 - The Group becomes the first empowered major supplier of explosives, initiating systems and services to South Africa's mining industry. This is in terms of an agreement whereby an empowerment consortium, led by the Tiso Group, acquires a 25.1 per cent interest in AECI's South African and African explosives operations for a cash consideration of about R401 million \nChemical Services reaches agreement for the acquisition of two separate businesses, for a combined consideration of about R150 million. The companies concerned are those of UAP and Chemiphos.\n\n2007 - Graham Edwards, managing director of AEL since 1999, will succeed Schalk Engelbrecht as chief executive of AECI with effect from 1 March 2008. SANS Fibres exits the nylon high decitex industrial (HDI), the polyester HDI and polyster light industrial (LDI) yarn businesses in December. 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