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Sixfold develops drug delivery systems for cell and gene therapeutics. The company builds a new generation of hyper-precise molecules to deliver cures. It is based in London, England.
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May 30, 2023
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Renee Bonorchis, Bloomberg News (Bloomberg) -- Tiger Brands Ltd., Africa’s largest listed food maker, said the total cost of loadshedding, the South African term for rolling blackouts, in its fiscal first half amounted to 76 million rand ($3.8 million), a more than sixfold increase from 12 million rand a year earlier. This had an impact on Tiger Brands’ gross margins, which declined to 27% from 29.2% year-on-year. Maintaining full-year operating income in line with last year will be challenging if the current operating conditions persist, the company said in its results statement on Tuesday. “Operating costs are expected to rise significantly as a consequence of higher levels of loadshedding during the winter season,” Tiger Brands said. Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd., South Africa’s state power utility, has cut power on 148 days of this year, skipping only one day so far. Read: Tiger Brands 1H Net Income 1.17B Rand Vs. 1.21B Rand Y/y Energy Regulator Agrees to Eskom Power Purchase Plans (May 29, 6 p.m.) The National Energy Regulator of South Africa approved a plan to allow Eskom to buy 344.5 megawatts of new generation capacity from solar and battery energy storage. The regulator also approved the national free basic electricity rate of 172.76c per kilowatt-hour for the 2023/24 municipal financial year, effective from July 1. Regulators’ Contingency Planning for Possible Grid Shutdown (May 29, 5 p.m.) The Financial Sector Contingency Forum, which includes the central bank and other financial regulators, said they continue to plan “for the improbable but not impossible scenario of a national electricity grid shutdown” with a view to mitigating the impact on the financial system and the economy. Solar Panel Demand Soars in Cape Town (May 29, 3:38 p.m.) Cape Town has seen a record number of applications to install solar power as South Africa’s electricity shortage worsens. More than 2,300 of these requests have been made this year as of end-April, with the figure of almost 700 in March the highest to date, the City of Cape Town said in a statement. As an incentive, the city will offer to buy excess rooftop solar power from businesses and homes from later this year. Read more: Cape Town’s Demand for Home Solar Panels Surges on Power Outages Eskom CEO Shortlist Includes Ayanda Noah, Marokane, Solidarity Says (May 29, 2:59 p.m.) Ayanda Noah, chairwoman of South Africa’s Central Energy Fund and former executive for customer services at Eskom, and Dan Marokane, Eskom’s former head of group capital, have been shortlisted to take over as the utility’s chief executive officer, the Solidarity labor union said. Marokane was Solidarity’s top pick, with Noah the second choice, the union said, without naming any of the other candidates. The information on the shortlist was communicated directly by Eskom, said Theuns du Buisson, an economic researcher at the Solidarity Research Institute. Eskom denied that it had communicated any information about the shortlist because discretion and confidentiality were essential when hiring executives. “We can confirm at this stage that we have concluded the interviews and will announce the successful candidate at the appropriate time,” it said it a text message. Read More: Eskom CEO Shortlist Includes Marokane, Noah: Solidarity Union Eskom Ramps Up Power Cuts (May 29, 2:14 p.m.) Eskom will cut 6,000 megawatts of power from the grid from 4 p.m. Monday until 5 a.m. on Tuesday, instead of 5,000 megawatts, due to delays in returning 10 of its generating units to service. The utility will thereafter cut 4,000 megawatts from the grid until 4 p.m. It will then repeat the pattern until further notice, it said in a statement on Twitter. Ramaphosa Sets Powers for Minister to Address Energy Crisis (May 26, 5:34 p.m.) President Cyril Ramaphosa allocated a range of powers to his electricity minister to enable him to address the nation’s energy crisis, almost three months after appointing him. Kgosientsho Ramokgopa will be able to determine which energy sources should be used to generate additional electricity and has been given the authority to enable private-sector participation in the procurement of new capacity, according to a statement from the Presidency. The announcement transfers some responsibilities away from Gwede Mantashe, the energy minister, who has faced criticism for stifling the government’s efforts to transition away from the use of coal, which is used to produce most of the nation’s electricity, and buy more green energy. ©2023 Bloomberg L.P.
Sixfold Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Sixfold founded?
Sixfold was founded in 2017.
Where is Sixfold's headquarters?
Sixfold's headquarters is located at The Imperial College White City Incubator, London.
What is Sixfold's latest funding round?
Sixfold's latest funding round is Seed VC.
How much did Sixfold raise?
Sixfold raised a total of $10.5M.
Who are the investors of Sixfold?
Investors of Sixfold include Y Combinator, Lombard Street Partners, Cantos Ventures and PiCampus.
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