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Acacia Mining plc (“Acacia’’) reports full year 2014 results

“2014 was a watershed year for Acacia as we returned to free cash generation for the first time since 2011, exceeding our initial production guidance and reducing all-in sustaining costs (AISC) year-on-year by 18%. Coupled with this we completed our rebranding to reflect our new approach to running the business, set out our five year plan for the Company and expanded our footprint into West Africa,” said Brad Gordon, Chief Executive Officer of Acacia Mining. “We have continued to deliver

CAREER OPPORTUNITY

The Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE) is a company limited by guarantee.    The role of the DSE in the economy is to facilitate the mobilization of resources and directing them to the productive sectors of the economy through provision of an efficient securities trading, settlement and depository and registry platforms. The DSE has two market segments: the Main Investment Market and Enterprises Growth Market. Currently have a total of 21 listed companies with the market capitalization of about TZS 24 trillion.  

ACACIA 4TH QUARTER PRODUCTION RESULTS INVITE AND CONFERENCE CALL

7 January 2015   Acacia Mining plc (“Acacia” or the “Company”) Fourth Quarter Production Results and Conference Call   Acacia announces that it will be publishing its fourth quarter production results for the three months ended 31 December 2014 on Friday 16 January 2015 at 07:00 GMT. The results will be accompanied by a conference call for investors and analysts at 09:30 GMT on the same day.

DSE CEO SPEECH DURING MKOMBOZI COMMERCIAL BANK LISTING

STATEMENT BY THE CEO OF THE DAR ES SALAAM STOCK EXCHANGE MR. MOREMI MARWA ON THE LISTING OF MKOMBOZI BANK (TANZANIA) LIMITED AT THE DAR ES SALAAM STOCK EXCHANGE ON 29th DECEMBER  2014 _________________________________ Guest of Honour, Mr. Gaudence Temu   Chairman, Mkombozi Commercial Bank PLC; Mr. Masha Kashomba   Directors, Mkombozi Commercial Bank PLC;   Acting CEO, Mkombozi Commercial Bank; Mr. Bartazar Mbilinyi  

TBL MANAGING DIRECTORS’ STATEMENT ON THE COMPANY’S PERFORMANCE

Tanzania Breweries Limited Group of Companies has delivered a satisfactory set of results for the six months ended 30th September 2014 despite challenging market conditions. Revenue growth of 8% over last year was driven by price increase following the 20% increase in excise duty as well as positive product mix.

MKOMBOZI COMMERCIAL BANK IPO

                                                                                                                                                   COMPANY & BUSINESSES Sector                                                                                    Banking Proposed Exchange                                                               Enterprise Growth Market - DSE (Tanzania)

​DECLARATION OF THE 2ND INTERIM DIVIDEND IN F15

In its regular Board Meeting No. 3/F15, the Board approved the payment of Tsh.250/= per share as the 2nd interim dividend in F15. Pursuant to the dividend payment declaration, the Share Register details shall remain as follows:

SWALA GAS AND OIL ANNOUNCEMENT

DSE Release 29th September 2014 Kilombero Seismic Showing Evidence of Multiple Structures Swala Energy Limited ("Swala" or "the Company") is pleased to announce that the seismic survey it is carrying out in the Kilombero Basin has provided the first evidence of multiple structures - a ‘string of pearls’- along the western basin boundary fault. Swala has a 50% net interest in the Kilosa-Kilombero licence in central Tanzania.

ABG THREE MONTHS RESULTS (SEPT, 2014)

Results for the three months ended 30 September 2014 (Unaudited) Based on IFRS and expressed in US Dollars (US$)

TCC MANAGEMENT REPORT ON HALF YEAR PERFORMANCE

Whilst our volume grew by 5.2% in the first half of 2014; financial performance to June 30, 2014 was lower than the corresponding period in 2013. The moderate 2.4% increase in gross turnover (TZS 224.0 billion compared to TZS 218.8 billion in the corresponding period in 2013) was not enough to shield profitability. Gross and net profit declined by 10% to TZS 86.8 billion (June 30, 2013: TZS 96.9 billion) and by 20% to TZS 35.3 billion (June 30, 2013: TZS 44.3 billion) respectively.