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Employment services company Workforce Holdings swung into a loss in its half-year to end-June, as Covid-19 shuttered parts of the economy and reduced demand for staff.

Workforce, which provides staffing, outsourcing and training services, is more optimistic about its prospects in the rest of Africa, said CEO Ronny Katz, while the group also expected to benefit from its cost-cutting measures...

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