Technology group EOH, which is demanding R6.4bn from former executives as it battles to repair a reputational hit from corruption claims, says it remains profitable even as Covid-19, load-shedding and social unrest batter SA’s prospects.

The group, which provides digital services ranging from maximising crop production to network infrastructure and water management, is also facing the threat of a ban from doing business with the government, which provides about a fifth of its revenue...

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