Shares in technology group EOH closed at their highest level since July on Friday after it said it had narrowed its full-year headline loss due to efforts to cut costs and stabilise its operations.

At the end of trade on Friday, EOH’s share price rose 16.1% to R5.48, its biggest one-day gain in more than four months, yet still a far cry from the record high it reached in 2015, at R178...

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