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J203 IndexYear-to-DateMarket Cap.
66,088.32 (+475.56)-7,621.07 (10.34%)ZAR 18.72Tr

The Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) is the principal stock exchange of South Africa, located in the affluent municipality of Sandton, Johannesburg. Founded in 1887 during the first South African gold rush, the JSE is today the largest stock exchange on the continent. It is self-described as the engine room of the South African economy, with the primary function of facilitating the raising of primary capital for listed companies while enhancing job opportunities and wealth creation by providing an orderly market for dealing in securities for investors. The JSE upgraded to electronic trading in 1996, and, in 2005, demutualized and listed on its own exchange.

In June 2002, the JSE implemented the FTSE/JSE Africa Index series (a joint venture between the FTSE Group and JSE) to replace the erstwhile JSE Actuaries indices. The series brought with it a change in methodology for calculating indices which complies with the IOSCO recommendations as laid out in the Principles for Financial Benchmarks. The headline indices of the series are the Top 40 (J200), Mid Cap (J201), Small Cap (J202), All Share (J203), Fledgling (J204), and Large Cap (J205). The J203, regarded as the benchmark index, represents 99% of the full market cap of all eligible equities listed on the Main Board, which can be split into the J200-J202 indices.

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Monetary values are quoted in South African Rand (ZAR) unless otherwise stated

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In 2003, the JSE launched the Alternative Exchange (AltX, also known as the Growth Board) for small and mid-sized listings, and later the Yield X for interest rate and currency instruments. With the additional acquisition of the South African Futures Exchange (SAFEX) in 2001 and the Bond Exchange of South Africa (BESA) in 2009, the JSE today offers 5 financial markets, namely, Equities and Bonds, as well as Financial, Commodity, and Interest Rate Derivatives.

4SI4Sight Holdings Limited0.25
ABGAbsa Group Limited312,054175.60+0.94
ABSPAbsa Bank Preference Shares2959.48-0.52
ACLArcelorMittal SA Limited474,0554.48+0.25
ACSAcsion Limited5.70
ACTAfroCentric Inv Corp Ltd43,5123.95+0.03
ADHADvTECH Ltd61,45017.85+0.05
ADRAdcorp Holdings Limited3245.35+0.11
ADWAfrican Dawn Capital Ltd1,0810.07-0.19
AEEAfrican Equity Emp Inv Ltd0.80
AEGAveng Group Limited34,62216.19+0.09
AELAltron: Allied Electronics Corporation9,0648.70+0.07
AFEAECI Limited13,83088.03-0.36
AFEPAECI 5.5% Preference Shares14.20
AFHAlexander Forbes Grp Hldgs3,1694.65-0.01
AFTAfrimat Limited34,66848.65+0.53
AGLAnglo American plc318,930565.11-10.37
AHLAH-Vest Limited0.40
AILAfrican Rainbow Cap Inv29,9425.90+0.00
AIPAdcock Ingram Hldgs Ltd31348.10+0.59
AMEAfrican Media Ent Ltd70733.97+0.01
AMIB50Cloud Atlas AMI Big50 ex-SA ETF3386.55+0.27
AMSAnglo American Platinum Limited23,1081,422.00+1.90
ANGAnglogold Ashanti Ltd236,303260.50+1.48
ANHAnheuser-Busch InBev SA/NV93,240836.00+7.19
ANIAfine Investments Ltd1454.35-0.64
AONAfrican & Overseas Enterprises N-Shares12.50
AOOAfrican & Overseas Enterprises Ltd16.50
AOVPAfrican & Overseas Ent Preference10.00
APFAccelerate Property Fund Limited3,2501.01-0.01
APHAlphamin Resources Corp658.87+0.41
APNAspen Pharmacare Holdings300,246143.53+3.70
APOaReit Prop Ltd6.30
ARAAstoria Investments Ltd3,0006.80+0.00
ARIAfrican Rainbow Min Ltd78,820268.38-1.44
ARLAstral Foods Ltd41,870199.16-0.52
ARTArgent Industrial Ltd12.40
ASBIS&P African Sovereign Bond ETF70.00
ASCAscendis Health Ltd129,3160.76-0.02
ATIAfristrat Investment Holdings0.12
ATTAttacq Limited52,8376.37+0.03
AVIAVI Ltd341,36074.62+0.85
AVLAdvanced Health Limited0.22
AVVAlviva Holdings Ltd2,35123.00+0.04
AYOAyo Tech Solutions Ltd3.65
BATBrait SE41,1123.87-0.10
BAWBarloworld Ltd97,36096.22+1.94
BAWPBarworld Ltd 6%Pref0.81
BCFBowler Metcalf Ltd10.15
BELBell Equipment Ltd3,00012.85+0.00
BHGBHP Group55,786467.14+2.54
BIDBID Corporation Ltd268,898286.91+2.35
BIKBrikor Limited36,0360.15+0.00
BKIBuka Investments Ltd5,6620.62-0.23
BLUBlue Label Telecoms Ltd623,8305.38-0.01
BRNBrimstone Inv Corp Ltd-N9,5385.60+0.00
BRTBrimstone Inv Corp Ltd6.92
BSRBasil Read Holdings Ltd0.04
BTIBritish American Tobacco Plc404,630667.05+9.06
BUCBuffalo Coal Corp0.85
BVTBidvest Ltd204,061198.72+2.40
BWNBalwin Properties Ltd4,3932.75-0.04
BYIBytes Technology Group Plc68686.91-1.99
CAACA Sales Holdings Ltd21,2095.40+0.04
CACCafca Limited1.25
CATCaxton & CTP Publishers Limited18,2799.25-0.10
CATPCaxton & CTP 6% Preference Shares100.32
CCOCapital & Counties Properties Plc29,82520.72+0.18
CFRCompagnie Financière Richemont585,055182.67+2.82
CGNCognition Holdings Ltd0.82
CGRCalgro M3 Hldgs Ltd46,9243.08-0.02
CHPChoppies Enterprises Limited20,9960.78+0.00
CKSCrookes Brothers Ltd3,00035.00-4.49
CLHCity Lodge Hotels Limited97,2304.00+0.10
CLIClientele Ltd10.81
CLSClicks Group Ltd121,176285.31+0.69
CMHCombined Motor Hldgs Ltd13,46628.75+0.00
CMLCoronation Fund Mngrs Ld127,67031.29-0.25
CMOChrometco Ltd0.06
CNDConduit Capital Limited0.04
COHCurro Holdings Limited416,8939.20+0.20
CPICapitec Bank Holdings Limited104,9571,739.16+33.68
CPIPCapitec Bank Preference Shares25999.00+0.00
CRPCapital & Regional Plc10.01
CSBCashbuild Limited14,470207.11+3.80
CSP500CoreShares S&P 50010768.00+0.70
CSPROPCoreShares SA Property Income9.71
CTACapital Appreciation Limited1.40
CTOP50CoreShares Top50 ETF27.18
CVWCastleview Property Fund Limited5.00
DCCUS2RMB 2YR Dollar Custodial Certificates1,709.20
DCCUSDRMB Dollar Custodial Certificates1,649.10
DCPDis-Chem Pharmacies Limited60,17331.81+0.03
DGHDistell Group Hldgs Ltd2,774171.52-0.48
DIBDipula Income Fund B12,3593.87+0.05
DIVTRXCoreShares Divtrax ETF121.39+0.19
DKRDeutsche Konsum REIT-AG24.28
DLTDelta Property Fund Limited12,0000.35+0.01
DNBDeneb Investments Ltd8,0952.40+0.00
DRADRA Global Limited5021.99+0.00
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JSE TRADING SUMMARY FOR WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2022: At the end of today's trading session on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE), a total of 255,536,109 shares in 322,269 deals, corresponding to a market value of ZAR 19,273,071,457.75, were traded. Compared with the previous JSE trading day (Tuesday, October 4), today's data shows 35% decline in volume, 33% decline in turnover, and 29% decline in deals. The current market capitalization of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange is ZAR 18.7 trillion.

In the aggregate, 319 JSE listed equities participated in trading, ending with 94 gainers and 203 losers. African Dawn Capital led the gainers with 73.33% share price appreciation closing at ZAR 0.26 per share, followed by Europa Metals (+33.33%), Randgold & Expl Co (+22.22%) and Trencor (+7.54%). On the losing side, RMB Holdings came out last with an end-of-day price depreciation of 68.88% at ZAR 0.61 per share, followed by Texton Property Fund (-16.39%), Montauk Renewables (-14.73%) and Choppies Enterprises (-14.29%). RMB Holdings recorded the highest volume of 38.3 million traded shares, followed by FirstRand (10.2m), Old Mutual (9.22m) and Sibanye Stillwater (8.68m).

Regarding the performance of JSE market indices, the benchmark FTSE/JSE All Share Index (J203) declined 700.07 (-1.06%) points to close at 65,612.76, representing a 1-week gain of 2.83%, a 4-week loss of 1.65%, and an overall year-to-date loss of 10.98%. Other remarkable indices that performed were the FTSE/JSE Fledgling Index (-0.61%; -0.05% 1WK; -6.89% YTD), FTSE/JSE Mid Cap Index (-0.75%; +1.35% 1WK; -7.98% YTD), FTSE/JSE Small Cap Index (-0.76%; +0.88% 1WK; +0.96% YTD), FTSE/JSE Top 40 Index (-1.06%; +3.12% 1WK; -11.71% YTD), and FTSE/JSE Large Cap Index (-1.16%; +3.39% 1WK; -12.45% YTD).

Index of African Stock Exchanges:

  1. Botswana Stock Exchange
  2. BRVM Stock Exchange
  3. Ghana Stock Exchange
  4. Johannesburg Stock Exchange
  5. Lusaka Securities Exchange
  6. Malawi Stock Exchange
  7. Nairobi Securities Exchange
  8. Nigerian Stock Exchange
  9. Uganda Securities Exchange
  10. Zimbabwe Stock Exchange

Comments (18)

  1. LuyandaLuyanda
    Apr 1, 2022 12:56 GMT

    I would like to buy shares on JSE but i dont know where to start.Hiw can i have an account where i will buy shares?

    1. Zinele ZondiZinele Zondi
      Jul 12, 2022 06:53 GMT

      Hello, I have got free materials to share with you on how to trade and invest in JSE stock exchange. You can reach me via this gmail: WhatsApp: ‪078 989 9152‬

  2. Pieter BassonPieter Basson
    Jul 28, 2022 14:25 GMT

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    I just want to warn people of Afristrat's scam Investment sceems.


    Afristrat Ltd is a company who are running people's hard earned money who they Invest as a SCAM.

    On 2016-01-20 I Invested R50 000.00 with Ecsponet Financial Services for 5year period at 100% of Initial investment payable after 5 years at a Fix rate of 11.2% per annum, payable at redemption.

    The risk profile was Moderate, Investment No: ECSB000444 and I was told that I will get R85 000.00 at the end of the period.

    Class B Preferrence Share Certificate Number 00090023 Account Number C0000003697 was issued by Computershare on 2016-03-04 with 500 JSE SHARE CODE.

    So according to all of this on 2021-01-20 I should have get R85 000.00, but on 2020-06-05, about 6 months before the time, Ecsponent Ltd start with their troubles and gave me 2 175 185 Ordinary Shares on 2020-6-08 for my Investment.

    Again on 2020-10-16 Ecspon­ent Ltd start another thing by changing their name to Afristrat Ltd and gave me 2175185 Afristrat shares at a price of R0.01.

    Now my R50 000.00 is worth R21 751.85, a lost of R28 824.15 plus the R35 000.00 of my original Investment!

    If you think that is all.

    Then Afristrat Ltd started with their troubles again.

    On 2022-04-11 Afristrat Ltd started with consolidation of shares and gave me only 18 126 dematerialised A­fristrat ordinary shares at R0.22 per share, held by Computershare CSDP.

    Now my R50 000.00 is worth R3 987.72, a lost of R46 012.28 plus the R35 000.00 of my original Investment!


    I also have an Bond of R150 000.00 there, JUST AS OF A LOT OF OTHERS WHO COMPLAINED WITH ME, but since May'22 Afristrat LTD stop paying us our monthly income.

    I believe they want to give us their Shares which is far less than our Bonds and they do not even ask us, they just decide for themselves what to do with our money and then we looses all the way!!

    Yes, me write this, but I stand up for the truth and has written it to many platforms like newspapers, but looks like nobody wants to take Afristrat LTD on, but when you start a parimid shceme they took you to court and jail but what is Afristrat LTD do otherwise? They are stealing people's money to enrich themselves.

    Have a great day, God bless, Aml.

    Pieter Abraham Basson
    ID: 550422 5008 081
    Cell: 083 501 1928

  3. BongakonkeBongakonke
    Sep 3, 2021 17:45 GMT

    I want to learn how to invest to these companies using JSE

    1. Zinele ZondiZinele Zondi
      Jul 12, 2022 06:54 GMT

      Hello, I have got free materials to share with you on how to trade and invest in JSE stock exchange. You can reach me via this gmail: WhatsApp: ‪078 989 9152‬

  4. IbtehaajIbtehaaj
    Nov 19, 2020 18:48 GMT

    Please assist on how to buy a share

    1. MuttMutt
      Nov 19, 2020 19:23 GMT

      First, you need a stockbroker. The broker is the entity that will deal the buying and selling of shares on your behalf. To find a licensed broker, click on this JSE link: Once there, fill in the required information and they will match you with a suitable broker.

  5. Mdara SydMdara Syd
    May 7, 2021 11:34 GMT

    I am a Zimbabwean and l live in Zimbawe. Is it possible to invest on JSE? If so may you please guide on how to proceed.Also is there a platform were l can invest online.

    1. Zinele ZondiZinele Zondi
      Jul 12, 2022 06:55 GMT

      Hello, I have got free materials to share with you on how to trade and invest in JSE stock exchange. You can reach me via this gmail: WhatsApp: ‪078 989 9152‬

  6. ElvisElvis
    Mar 27, 2021 01:20 GMT

    Please I am not in South Africa how do I buy shares .

    1. JS JeandréJS Jeandré
      Mar 29, 2021 04:12 GMT

      There are three ways to invest on the JSE from outside South Africa: (1) through your local stockbroker, (2) through your bank, or (3) through a South African stockbroker. With option 1, your local stockbroker will take charge of all the heavy lifting by finding whatever means necessary to secure the shares on your behalf. With option 2, the bank will secure the shares by means of depository receipts. With option 3, you will either sign up for a custodian account or register with the SA broker as a foreign investor. For a list of JSE registered stockbrokers visit

  7. Takawira SanganzaTakawira Sanganza
    Jan 27, 2021 02:37 GMT

    I would like to invest on the JSE.

    How can I open a brokerage account denominated in Rands?

    Iam based in Atlanta GA USA,but I do have a South African and Zimbabwean presence on and off.

    Thank you


    1. BenedictaBenedicta
      Jan 27, 2021 09:55 GMT

      Trading is in rands so accounts are denominated in the currency, by default. Unless it's a custodian account in which case an exchange rate determined by the broker applies.

  8. Massoud MetghalchiMassoud Metghalchi
    Nov 30, 2020 21:49 GMT


    We are doing research on JSE, FSE small-cap index, and need to know how many shares are included in the FTSE small-cap index. If possible, could provide an average number of shares over the past 5 years?


    M. Metghalchi
    Professor of finance
    University of Houston-Victoria

    1. MuttMutt
      Dec 1, 2020 11:12 GMT

      As of the latest review (September 2020), the Small Cap index had a total number of 42,829,062,214 shares from 60 active securities. Unfortunately, I don't have a snapshot of the same 5 years back. However, if you're determined, you can take the current constituents of the index and add/delete entries as and when they were added or removed from the index every March & September, while accounting for any changes in the shares in issue. But as you can see, that takes quite a bit of juggling :)

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