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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Zambeef Products Plc LSE:ZAM London Ordinary Share ZM0000000201 ORD ZMW0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 7.625 7.50 7.75 7.625 7.625 7.63 0.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 185.5 29.9 -1.6 - 19

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
10/3/2015
10:34
just sold 85k worth here. looking weak
enviropaul
10/3/2015
10:24
Even though price is down it looks a bit stronger today. Full offer to buy bidding a premium.
21trader
09/3/2015
14:57
what we're gonna need is an upbeat trading statement to get this moving (....and I hope they'll be one further to the directors filling up) NRI
value viper
09/3/2015
14:06
vulnerable indeed
paul the octopus
07/3/2015
21:27
JETRO executive director and delegation member, Kimihiko Inaba, said after the tour he was impressed by Zambeef's quality control and the care it took of its animals. "I can see why Zambeef is very successful," said Inaba. 
paul the octopus
07/3/2015
21:27
http://www.postzambia.com/news.php?id=6437Zambeef chief executive officer Francis Grogan says Zambia's natural resources combined with Japanese wealth and technology can help the country feed the entire southern African region. "We are looking forward to Japanese investors coming into the country and set up an assembly plant for agriculture equipment"Meanwhile, Grogan said Zambia had enormous natural resources in the food business and presented huge chances to process the same with the right technology from Japan. "Japan has vast wealth and technology. We in Zambia have vast natural resources, specifically in the food business. We have huge opportunities to process food, value add food and distribute food to the region," Grogan said in Chisamba at Zambeef's Hartley Farm on Wednesday when Japanese ambassador to Zambia Kiyoshi Koinuma and a delegation of Japan External Trade Organisation [JETRO] members visited it .  Grogan said the Japanese with their wealth and technology could reap great rewards if they invested in agribusiness in Zambia, particularly from water harvesting, irrigation and fish farming. The delegation toured Zambeef's meat processing plant and feedlot where they were shown how the company sourced its meat and processed it before distributing it around the country.Ambassador Koinuma said he had visited Zambeef Chisamba outlet before and he was always impressed by how well organised the operations of the country's largest agribusiness were and its good business model. He added that he believed Zambeef could feed the region and that he admired it's mission statement of "Zambeef feeding the nation".  JETRO executive director and delegation member, Kimihiko Inaba, said after the tour he was impressed by Zambeef's quality control and the care it took of its animals. "I can see why Zambeef is very successful," said Inaba. 
paul the octopus
07/3/2015
21:22
rightly said 21t, bought in ZZZ weakness on Thursday, luckely just before Friday's rns, once news seller out, it should progress so.so good time to buy the weakness here too?don't agree on the overhang, the directors bought the seller out completely few weeks ago, and i see it more of MM taking the weak holders out which is a good thing for the next setup.reading between the lines never tells when the party starts but you know that everyone rush to the door when it begins but not everyone gets in the right time, aka BZM.
paul the octopus
07/3/2015
18:41
Just a little bit weak at the moment. Bit of a overhang at the moment easy to buy difficult to sell that 35k sale on Friday took a .25p discount. But all that can change in a day with a good Rns we saw that happen in ZZZ Paul so sometimes pays to buy your size when weak and drifting.
21trader
06/3/2015
18:36
katta, don't do tips mate, but put out things that should make u think, like the one above.directors spoke for themselves, bought 7mil and took seller out, MM always up to his games hovering over the weak hands.Japanesse are coming any minute, thats not a tip it is a fact, leave it to you to decide when u want in.
paul the octopus
06/3/2015
18:31
Value, good for you if you can buy in decent volume after the 7m directors boughts couple of weeks ago. MM so sensitive nowadays.
paul the octopus
06/3/2015
18:22
paul - you do realise that the share tip is a year old - share price has crashed by 2/3 since then!!!
kattatogaru
06/3/2015
14:37
http://www.africanbusinessreview.co.za/finance/1856/Could-Japan-be-about-to-invest-in-Zambeef-expansionCould Japan Be About To Invest In Zambeef Expansion? | FinanceFollow @AfricaBizReview on Twitter. During a visit to Zambeef's Chisamba facility, the Japanese Ambassador to Zambia, Kiyoshi Koinuma has indicated that Japanese investment could be used to radically expand food production and feed a significant number of people in the area.Zambeef Products is by far the largest agribusiness company in the country and is involved in every step in the food chain – from rearing to slaughtering, to processing, and retailing. They are also responsible for growing a significant amount of wheat, maize, and soy.Zambeef CEO Francis Grogan also accompanied the Ambassador to the facility which is an hour's drive from the county's capital, Lusaka. He said: "Japan has vast wealth and technology, we in Zambia have vast natural resources, specifically in the food business we have huge opportunities to process food, value add food and distribute food to the region."Mr Grogan also hinted at expansion on an epic scale; a partnership that could potentially "feed the 400 million" suggests that production could well come to expand into neighbouring regions, alleviating the conditions of millions more people.After several decades of economic decline, Zambia now contains a large, undernourished rural population, who struggle daily to secure even the most basic foodstuffs. Over 50 percent of children, and up to 30 percent of women of childbearing age suffer from anaemia.The delegation was composed of members of the Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry in South Africa, Japanese companies in Zambia, Japan External Trade Organisation, Japan International Cooperation Zambia office, as well as the Embassy of Japan.Financial and technological investment will not only bring jobs to the region, but will also help eradicate the diseases associated with malnutrition and extreme poverty.  RELATED:Zambeef invest KS54 million in new dairy facilites:http://www.africanbusinessreview.co.za/leadership/773/Zambeef-invests-KS54-million-in-new-dairy-facilitiesZambeef shares tipped by leading investor publication:http://www.africanbusinessreview.co.za/leadership/757/Zambeef-shares-tipped-by-leading-investor-publication
paul the octopus
05/3/2015
23:18
like linking the dots..."Meanwhile, Zambeef manager Francis Grogan has called on the Japanese government to invest in water harvesting to enable the agriculture sector grow in Zambia.Mr. Grogan says there is huge potential in the agriculture sector because of the vast land and abundant water in the country.He has explained that Zambia has a lot of water that can be harvested to enhance agriculture activities through irrigation.He was speaking when the Japanese delegates from the chamber of commerce visited the Zambeef plant in Chisamba.And Japanese Ambassador to Zambia Kiyoshi Koinuma says the Japanese government is interested in investing in various sectors of the economy such as agriculture."
paul the octopus
05/3/2015
23:14
http://www.znbc.co.zm/?p=7617Invest In Zambia-Japan Told | Zambia National Broadcasting CorporationAgriculture and Livestock Minister, Given Lubinda says the maize bumper harvest the country records does not reach export standards in the region due to insufficient mechanism to add value to the commodity.The Minister was speaking at the dinner hosted for the visiting Japanese delegation at the Japanese Ambassadors' resident in Lusaka.And Mr. Lubinda has also asked the Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industries to consider investing in Agro -processing equipment in Zambia.He notes that the visit by the Japanese delegation will open doors for investment in the Agriculture sector.And Japanese Ambassador to Zambia Kiyoshi Koinuma says he decided to facilitate the visit for the Japanese delegation so that they can explore means of investment in Agriculture and other sectors.Meanwhile, Zambeef manager Francis Grogan has called on the Japanese government to invest in water harvesting to enable the agriculture sector grow in Zambia.Mr. Grogan says there is huge potential in the agriculture sector because of the vast land and abundant water in the country.He has explained that Zambia has a lot of water that can be harvested to enhance agriculture activities through irrigation.He was speaking when the Japanese delegates from the chamber of commerce visited the Zambeef plant in Chisamba.And Japanese Ambassador to Zambia Kiyoshi Koinuma says the Japanese government is interested in investing in various sectors of the economy such as agriculture.Mr. Koinuma says Zambia has a lot of investment opportunities in agriculture, mining and energy sector.
paul the octopus
02/3/2015
08:39
https://www.daily-mail.co.zm/#article/21973Zambia Daily MailESTHER MSETEKA, LusakaNOVATEK Animal Feeds this year intends to increase production of stock feed to 15,000 tonnes per month from the current 13,000 tonnes due to a rise in demand.Novatek is a subsidiary of Zambeef Group of Companies, producing stockfeed for chickens, cattle, pigs, goats, sheep and fish.Zambeef Product's Novatek stock-feed division general manager Walter Roodt said the company will continue to support small-scale farmers to enhance the growth of livestock and aquaculture industries in the country.Mr Roodt said out of the 100 percent feed the firm produces, 30 percent goes to the Zambeef value chain to feed pigs, poultry and cattle while 70 percent is sold to farmers across Zambia and the southern African region.He said this during a tour of Novatek plant by local journalists and a delegation of public and private sector experts on a World Bank south-to-south study exchange visit from Mauritania last week."In 2013, Novatek increased its capacity by 30 percent, adding a mash mixing plant and broadening our product offering to include macro packs of premixed minerals, vitamins and concentrates that farmers can mix with their own [product to make]... broiler, pullet, layer and pig feeds," Mr Roodt said.In 2014, we increased stockfeed pelleting capacity by 50 percent with the addition of a second pelleting line; a technology primarily used to make broiler feeds and improves the efficiency and quality of the feeds, thus reducing the amount of feed required.He also said that Novatek recorded a decrease in export earnings from K34.3 million in 2013 to K27.1 million last year due to challenges to fully penetrate international markets such as Zimbabwe.Currently, the firm is exporting to Malawi, Mozambique and Namibia, among other neighbouring countries.Earlier, delegation leader Haroune Sidatt said Novatek is a model example to other countries in Africa intending to grow their livestock industry.Mr Sidatt said Mauritania, which has a population of two million, currently exports live animals and imports animal feed with national herd of six million goats and sheep, four million cattle and 2.5 million camels.He said despite such figures, the country does not have a value-addition programme like that of Zambeef Products.Meanwhile, Tryness Mbale reports that the Choma District Dairy Cooperative Union and Milk Collection Centre and Czech Republic Development Agency (CDA) have launched an animal feed production project for the farmers to have a stable supply feed throughout the year.The project will be funded by the Czech Republic Development Cooperation and is aimed at developing the capacity of the Choma District Dairy Union Co-operative and Monze Dairy Farmers Cooperative Union member farmers in production of feed for dairy cattle.This is according to the Zambia National Farmers Union (ZNFU) Friday brief availed to the Daily Mail last week.Under the project, farmers will also be educated on appropriate use of agricultural equipment for animal feed production from 2014-17.The project dubbed 'Appropriate and Stable Fodder Production for Dairy Cattle on Small Scale Farms' was launched last week."The newly-launched project will significantly support the local dairy farmers considering that most of them are traditional cattle keepers. The farmers acknowledged that fodder production will certainly bring change to local dairy farms by integrating a stable feeding system throughout the year," the statement reads.
paul the octopus
25/2/2015
09:14
someone is keen again and mm up to their games
paul the octopus
24/2/2015
10:37
Very strong despite the lack of volume. Full offer to buy (14.75p) and bidding over mid price to tempt sellers (14.41p)
21trader
23/2/2015
13:29
Some of bailing on a weak day not what I would do but they could be in from sub 10.25p so still 40% profit for any sellers today
21trader
23/2/2015
11:14
Nice support at 15p, with profit takers out on Friday this bodes well for the continuation phase, it got momentum chapsNow every one look at the chart think that it is 50% up from where directors bought and 80% up from the 1y low so they might hesistate in taking a position, but they don't take into consideration that the reason it went down from 35p because there was a big seller for month and only 2 weeks ago they have been taken out completely by directors purchases. So even profit takers woun't make an impact the price and they will only pite their nails and blame themselves when this hits 35p soonKeep watching...
paul the octopus
23/2/2015
09:37
beefed up with a few more on this dip
value viper
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