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Tiger Brands Ltd (TBSJ.J)

TBSJ.J on Johannesburg Stock Exchange

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20 Jul 2018
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Thu, May 24 2018

UPDATE 2-South African food producer's earnings hit by meat recall after listeria outbreak

* Maintained interim dividend (Adds details on listeria update, share price)

UPDATE 2-Listeria class action filed against South Africa's Tiger Brands

* Strain linked to outbreak found in 7 Tiger products-Health Dept (Adds Health Department detection)

Listeria class action filed against South Africa's Tiger Brands

JOHANNESBURG A class action lawsuit was filed on Thursday against South Africa's Tiger Brands, after one of its food factories was linked to a listeria outbreak that has killed 180 people since early 2017, the lawyer running the case said.

Listeria class action filed against South Africa's Tiger Brands

JOHANNESBURG, March 29 A class action lawsuit was filed on Thursday against South Africa's Tiger Brands, one of whose food factories has been linked to a listeria outbreak that has killed 180 people since early 2017, the lawyer running the case said.

UPDATE 3-South Africa's Tiger Brands closes Pretoria plant after listeria found

* Received notice of two class action suits against firm (Adds CFO statement)

South Africa's Tiger Brands unsure of listeria class action costs

JOHANNESBURG, March 19 South Africa's Tiger Brands has not calculated the potential financial impact of class action suits following the outbreak of listeria at its factories which has resulted in 180 deaths since January 2017, its chief financial officer said on Monday.

TIGER BRANDS DOYLE SAYS COMPANY HAS NOT DONE CALCULATIONS ON COST OF POSSIBLE CLASS ACTION SUITS

TIGER BRANDS DOYLE SAYS COMPANY HAS NOT DONE CALCULATIONS ON COST OF POSSIBLE CLASS ACTION SUITS

SAFRICA'S TIGER BRANDS CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER DOYLE SAYS WORKING "FLAT OUT" TO DETERMINE SOURCE OF LISTERIA CONTAMINATION AT ITS FACTORIES

SAFRICA'S TIGER BRANDS CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER DOYLE SAYS WORKING "FLAT OUT" TO DETERMINE SOURCE OF LISTERIA CONTAMINATION AT ITS FACTORIES

BRIEF-Tiger Brands Says ‍Continued Extensive Testing Of Products, Production Facilities Beyond Polokwane, Germiston​

* ‍CONTINUED EXTENSIVE TESTING OF PRODUCTS AND PRODUCTION FACILITIES BEYOND POLOKWANE AND GERMISTON​

S.Africa's Tiger Brands flags loss at meat unit after listeria outbreak

JOHANNESBURG, March 19 South Africa's Tiger Brands said on Monday it expected its meat products unit to record a monthly loss of up to 33 million rand ($2.7 million) after it suspended operations at four sites after a listeria outbreak that has killed 180 people in 14 months.

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