Sanlam profits rose 10% in the year ending on 30 June on the back of a strong offshore showing, the insurance behemoth reported on Thursday.
Diluted headline earnings per share came in at 248.6 cents.
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Size helps… It’s important, but it’s not everything.— Ian Kirk, Sanlam
I am concerned [about the recession]… The first quarter things picked up a bit… Second quarter… confidence has really turned quite negative… It should be a concern for all South Africans… people are hungry, we need to deal with these issues.— Ian Kirk, Sanlam
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