Investment company PSG Group has said its earnings jumped 16% in the six months to end-August, partly thanks to its investments in Capitec and Curro. 

The group said on Tuesday that its recurring earnings per share rose 16% to R5.84. The increase is attributed to the performance of its largest investment, Capitec, which reported a 20% rise in headline earnings per share (HEPS), as well as PSG Konsult, PSG Alpha, and private school network Curro...

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