Construction group Wilson Bayly Holmes-Ovcon (WBHO) returned to paying dividends for its half-year to end-December, saying new business in the Western and Eastern Cape offset further contraction in Gauteng's building market.

Revenue for the year increased 13.8% to R22.89bn, while headline earnings per share almost tripled to 411c, with the group reporting improved revenue in SA, Australia and the UK...

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