Curro Holdings focuses on developing, managing and developing schools throughout South Africa. The company has a listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange…
Full name: Curro Holdings Limited
Short name: Curro
Sector: Retail – general retailers
Five top facts about Curro Holdings
Curro Holdings employs around 3,600 people across its operations. The company p... ››› more
Over the past week, two of the most heavily bought JSE shares by foreigners were PSG and Capitec.
This isn't a surprise as both these stocks have been on a tremendous run this year. Since around January, both companies have soared over 50% in six months.
So with the added confidence from foreign investors, this should see both stocks continue on an upward trend.
This is good news if you hold... ››› more
Speak to most South Africans about countries like Haiti, Lesotho, and Zimbabwe, and they'll tell you these are some back-water countries with hardly any form of government or viable economy.
Well the scary thing is, every one of these countries - along with 144 others - ranked ahead of South Africa when it comes to math and science education.
That's right. South Africa ranks last out of the ... ››› more
A couple of days ago an “Equity Report” was delivered to my email box.
It was written by a prominent analyst I often follow for views on stocks.
In short, the report had a BUY recommendation on Curro Holdings.
Now don't get me wrong. I think Curro is a great company and good investment idea. I also think the people managing the business are top notch. And as part of the South African ... ››› more
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