Arms-maker Denel said on Friday it was confident that its liquidity levels were improving, as it battles with severe problems in its record-keeping.

The company lost R1.7bn in its year to end-March, when it received numerous disclaimers, with the Auditor-General of SA saying the company had incorrectly applied accounting standards, and couldn't back up numerous line items, including inventory and operating expenditure...

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