The JSE provides financial assistance to emerging black stock broking firms to support them in the sustainable growth of their businesses. We are committed to the transformation of South Africa’s Capital Markets and last year launched an Enterprise Development programme to drive this growth.

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Congratulations and welcome to black-owned fishing company Sea Harvest Group, which listed today in the Farming, Fishing and Plantations sector on the JSE’s main board.
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JSE joins 43 stock exchanges to ring the bell for gender equality.
Today is International Women’s Day and this year’s theme is rather fitting: #BeBoldForChange. It’s a call on the masses and individuals to help forge a better working world— a more inclusive, gender equal world. Today at the JSE we are proud to be ringing the bell for gender equality! #genderbell
Tomorrow we ring the bell for gender equality. Follow us on Twitter @JSE_Group for live tweets as we recognise International Women’s Day. #genderbell
Embracing diversity in the workplace is a key strength for any company and a definite competitive advantage. Six of our 11 executive members are women and 51% of our employees are female. On International Women’s Day (March 8), we will join stock exchanges around the world in raising awareness of gender equality with our annual ‘Ring the Bell for Gender Equality’ ceremony. #genderbell
The JSE Investment Challenge is back and 2017 registrations are now open! Schools can visit [ Link ] to register and university students can log on to [ Link ] to register.
The competition runs from 13 March 2017 to 22 September 2017 and cash prizes worth over R200 000 are up for grabs.
Premier Foods and Fishing listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange on 2 March.

PFF is one of the largest black-owned and controlled fishing companies in South Africa and has been in existence since 1952. It has four operating divisions, two companies and an interest in a number of joint venture operations.
Technology company EOH grew from employing 50 people to employing nearly 10 000 after listing with us. Would you like for your business to experience this growth? Find out more about a JSE listing, here: [ Link ]
In its first two years on the JSE Main Board, the Delta Property Fund raised nearly R 3.32 billion. Thinking of listing your business? To find out how to do so, click here: [ Link ].
FIA, the leading global trade organisation for the futures, options and centrally cleared derivatives markets, recently ranked us as the 14th largest exchange in the world by number of derivatives contracts traded, as at September 2016.
Want to know why being included is such an achievement? Have a look at what Corli Le Roux, Head of Sustainability at the JSE, had to say:
The JSE was recently included in the FTSE/JSE Responsible Investment Top 30 Index #JSE
Previously known as the “Roodeport Rocket”, DRD Gold Ltd is the oldest mining company to have listed on the JSE. DRD listed on 25 April 1895 and has a market cap of R3.58 billion today.
During 2016, mining companies such as Kumba Iron Ore, Tharisa Plc and Anglo Gold came out on top.

The total return for the resources index in 2016 was 26.44% during 2016. Take a look below.

Players in the mining industry have gathered in Cape Town this week for the annual Investing in Africa Mining Indaba.
Today is the second day of the 2017 #MiningIndaba. Did you know that resource stocks were some of the best-performers on the JSE during 2016. Take a look below.
The first corporate bond issue was issued on The Bond Exchange of South Africa (BESA) in 1992.

Since then, more than 1 500 corporate debt instruments have been listed on the #JSE.
How do debt instruments work? Take a look below.
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