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4 July 2019 15:35
(Sharecast News) - Cambria Africa announced on Thursday that Payserv Africa and Paynet Zimbabwe have instructed their legal practitioners in Zimbabwe, Titan Law, to commence legal action against the Bankers...
31 May 2019 09:38
(Sharecast News) - Cambria Africa announced a 50% improvement in its profit after tax in its interim results on Friday, rising to $1.66m.
5 April 2019 10:27
(Sharecast News) - Cambria Africa announced the appointment of Christian Herbert Beddies as the incoming chief executive officer of its wholly-owned and largest subsidiary, Payserv Zimbabwe, on Friday.
17 February 2017 12:55
(ShareCast News) - Cambria Africa confirmed the result of its open offer and the conversion of VAL's loan into Cambria ordinary shares on Friday, having initially announcing the offer to qualifying...
31 January 2017 09:06
(ShareCast News) - Cambria Africa, an AIM listed active investment company primarily focused on Zimbabwe, has extended its open offer after its latest trading update showed a 131% increase in profits for its...
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