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Telkom H1 EBITDA rises 15% to ZAR 5 bln

Monday 16 November 2015 | 09:01 CET | News
South African operator Telkom reported a 15.1 percent increase in its EBITDA for the first half ended 30 September to ZAR 5.04 billion, helped by a 2.3 percent fall in operating costs and smaller losses at its mobile business. Revenues rose 1.2 percent to ZAR 13.46 billion, led by the expansion in the mobile business, where service and subscription revenue increased 41 percent to ZAR 1.2 billion. Headline earnings per share, excluding one-off items, increased 13.9 percent to ZAR 2.81. Telkom said it continued with its efforts to transform the company and stabilise revenue. Operating revenue

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