Curro, which operates private schools and colleges, says it plans to slow down its quest for new ventures in order to focus on growing its existing campuses and those yet to be launched.

CEO Andries Greyling said the company will shift its capital towards improving its basic education and tertiary institution campuses after investing R223m to launch five new schools in Gauteng, the Western Cape and Mpumalanga. 

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