Financial services group Vunani, which is headed by Ethan Dube, said on Thursday that community unrest had resulted in an 80% decrease in production in its commodities business for the six months ended August.

Total profit fell 35% to R18.9m due to the community unrest near its discard coal mine dump called Schoongezicht in Witbank, the company said. Revenue from operations fell 27% to R170.5m...

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