Grand Parade Investments (GPI) reported on Thursday a headline loss per share of 4.59c.
This is down 331% on the year before.
Revenues came in at R962 million, up 25%.
Headlines losses amounted to R20.12 million, more than double the loss of R9.28 million reported in the previous year.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Grand Parade Investments Chairperson Hassan Adams.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
It [electricity price hikes] just never stops!— Hassan Adams, Grand Parade Investments
We have made mistakes… we’re now back on track…— Hassan Adams, Grand Parade Investments
I’ve never felt more positive than I do now.— Hassan Adams, Grand Parade Investments
To import product is suicidal!— Hassan Adams, Grand Parade Investments
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