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A FRESH START FOR DEBT-FREE ARDEN CAPITAL LIMITED
18/02/2020

A fresh start is what Arden Capital Limited (“Arden or the Company”) is aiming for after shareholders approved a change of name on the 1st of November 2019.

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WE ARE ON SOUND FOOTING FOR THE NEXT CHAPTER
18/02/2020

Arden Capital Limited, formerly Brainworks Limited, has evolved from being a privately owned company with a relatively diversified investment portfolio

Diamonds and Dogs
10/05/2019

Zimbabwe hasn't put in a huge showing on the list of investors' favourite destinations in recent years, due to what could charitably be described as challenging economic conditions...

Brainworks strategies focus on debt reduction yields positive results
06/05/2019

Brainworks – a Mauritian-based JSE-listed holding company with a Zimbabwean hotel and real estate investment portfolio –– released annual results for the year ended 31 December 2018, reporting revenue up by 35% to US$79.3 million from US$58.6 mill

Brainworks expects turnaround in earnings
06/05/2019
Brainworks had said it needed to delay the publication of results due to the effect on its financial reporting of currency reforms in Zimbabwe.
 
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Brainworks eyes swing into profit as it exits financial services
02/04/2019

Directors have 'a reasonable degree of certainty' that positive basic earnings per share will be achieved in 2018

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Brainworks posts revenue growth across all segments for FY18
01/04/2019
Brainworks a Mauritian-based JSE-listed holding company with a diversified Zimbabwean investment portfolio – released its trading statement and operational trading upda
Trading statement and operational trading update
29/03/2019
Brainworks operates through a number of subsidiaries that are incorporated and domiciled in Zimbabwe.
 
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Brainworks revenues boosted by higher hotel occupancy in Zimbabwe
27/09/2018

Mauritius–based leisure and property firm 

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Mnangagwa presidency boosts tourism says Hotel group
21/09/2018

The coming to power of President Emmerson Mnangagwa in November last year has been a major boost for tourism with one of the country’s largest hotel groups saying its occupancy went up by 20 percent in the first half which is normally a dry period

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