Gold producer DRDGold expects its profits to have risen as much as 15% in the six months ended December, boosted by the higher rand-gold price.

Its headline earnings per share (HEPS), the main profit metric in SA that strips out one-off items, is likely to rise to between 65.3c and 71.5c versus 62.3c in the same period a year ago, DRDGold said in a statement on Tuesday...

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