In an astonishing turnaround of fortunes, Telkom flagged it could swing into annual loss, weighed down by hefty writedown charges that sent its share price tumbling.

Telkom, in which the government owns about 40%, said in a trading update that headline earnings per share could drop by a staggering 85%, at best, or swing into a loss...

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