Private education company Curro Holdings on Tuesday reported revenues up by 24%, exceeding R1 billion for first half of 2017.
Profits are up 31% (to R105 million) while diluted headline earnings per share jumped 24% to 26.8 cents per share.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Curro Holdings CEO Andries Greyling.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
The lower fee market… the economies in those areas are under strain.— Andries Greyling, Curro Holdings
People see the education sector as viable to enter.— Andries Greyling, Curro Holdings
You grow in some areas and in others you struggle.— Andries Greyling, Curro Holdings
Whenever parents come to you, you give them the value they deserve.— Andries Greyling, Curro Holdings
There’s so much opportunity in South Africa… but we have one school in Namibia.— Andries Greyling, Curro Holdings
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