from Cipla India, which is now looking to buy 100% of the local company at R10/ share. This after an initial indicative offer of 855c for 51% of the company. At the same time, Litha Health announced it was considering delisting the company at a price of 390c. Delisting is unfortunately a function of markets and often deprives us of quality stocks to invest in. results mentioned these now sold Protea Glen units but also another 236 units they were holding and which generated a modest R4.8m revenue. The SENS further confirmed that while the company would build rental units, the plan would be to sell them en masse to a third party and hence avoid the management challenges of rental as well as the balance-sheet strain. With this in mind the other 236 units are most certainly currently on the market looking for a buyer.