Mr Price released an unexpectedly weak set of interim results for the six months to October 1 at the end of November, though much of that was due to a nonrecurring issue with the implementation of ERP, a software program.

This cost the group a temporary loss in market share — the first time in at least two years that Mr Price had experienced a reduction in market share...

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