Pepkor expects its first-half profit to rise by up to 58%, with SA’s largest non-grocery retailer saying a strong cash generation enabled it to cut its net debt by half to R6bn, resulting in lower net finance costs.

Pepkor sells clothing and general merchandise to lower to middle-income consumers through established brands such as  Pep and Ackermans. It also has furniture, appliances and electronics divisions...

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