SAfrica's Unitrans increase yr earnings marginally


JOHANNESBURG, Aug 24 (Reuters) - South African transport and logistics group Unitrans lifted annual headline earnings per share by 3 percent and said on Wednesday it was on track to deliver real growth in the year ahead. Basic headline earnings per share rose to 343.7 cents from a restated 334.5 cents a year ago. Headline earnings exclude capital, no-trading and certain extraordinary items. The group said it will continue to assess acquisition opportunities as they arose and said it had ...

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