Life Healthcare released its interim results on Thursday, posting a 9.5% increase in group revenue to R12.4bn for the six months to end March.

Net profit nearly halved, partly due to a R256m mark-to-market loss (net of tax) on foreign-exchange option contracts the company entered into to protect the sale of its stake in Max Healthcare.

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