DRDGold will maintain its first-half profits despite cost pressure
The miner's headline earnings per share are likely to rise to between 65.3c and 71.5c
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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