Spur Corporation grew revenues by 3% to R667.2 million.
The company says it’s recovering from the fallout of a "damaging social media [racist] incident in March 2017".
Before tax profit grew by 9.8% to R231.4 million.
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If I can cross 2017 off my calendar I definitely would!— Pierre Van Tonder, Spur
The second six months showed great signs of improvement.— Pierre Van Tonder, Spur
RocoMamas has really done well for us… some very valuable lessons learned…— Pierre Van Tonder, Spur
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