Sun International expects that its interim profit could nearly double, but when adjusted for the devaluation of the Nigerian naira, it will rise only about a tenth.

The casino, gaming and hotel group, valued at about R8.9bn on the JSE, said its headline earnings per share (Heps), a common profit measure in SA that excludes certain items, will surge 73%-98% in its upcoming results for the six months to end-June, to 161c-184c...

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