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Africa’s largest fishing group, Oceana, has reported canned fish sales volumes fell as the group battled the effects of continued global supply-chain disruptions and July’s civil unrest in KwaZulu-Natal.

The group, which owns the Lucky Star and Glenryck brands, said headline earnings per share fell 51% to 126.4c in the six months to end-March from the previous matching period...

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