Our focus is… on South Africa. And we’re very confident… We’re positive about the country…— David Munro, CEO - Liberty Holdings
Liberty Holdings increased its pre-tax profits by 51% to R3.73 billion in the six months to 30 June 2019.
Normalised headline earnings per share rose by 53% (to 735.8 cents) from 482 cents in 2018.
Liberty declared an unchanged interim dividend of 276 cents per share.
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