Software developer Silverbridge Holdings said on Monday that it had swung back into profit in the six months to end-December, receiving a revenue boost after it included artificial intelligence (AI) in its product offering.

Profit almost tripled to R1.5m from a loss of R1.8m previously, with the company also recovering from a loss of a large contract with Nedbank Insurance in the year-earlier period...

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