12 South African Stocks To Watch In 2015
Safari Investments develops and manages township shopping centers in South Africa and has a project in Namibia. The company has a pro-shareholder model that distributes 85-to-90 percent of its earnings to investors, so they don’t need to wait for capital gains. The company is currently trading at a discount that Price says will soon get smaller as the market values it higher. The company almost doubled its earnings in 2014, Business Day Live reports.