Master Drilling says it is confident that its diversification model, cash generation abilities and investments in technology will help it weather the tough economic climate into the future, even as some commodity prices lag.

Gauteng-based Master Drilling reported record revenue for the year that ended in December despite global market and economic uncertainty...

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