Curro CEO Andries Greyling. Picture: SUPPLIED
Curro CEO Andries Greyling. Picture: SUPPLIED

Curro released its full-year results, reporting an 18% increase in revenue due to a 12% increase in learner numbers.

Despite this, headline earnings per share (HEPS) rose a tepid 2%, as increasing expenses related to expansion and a fall in net revenue per learner ate into the group’s profit.

Curro CEO Andries Greyling talks to Business Day TV about the results.

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