Calgro M3 has slipped into the red. For the half-year, the property company has recorded a headline loss of R4.1m. That's as the group slowed down development activity amid SA's unstable political and economic environment.

Business Day TV spoke to CEO Wikus Lategan about the strategy shifts the company is planning, to survive the tough trading environment...

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