Attacq has reported a maiden distribution of 74c per share, which is now a key measure of its repressed financial performance. Its net asset value per share increased 22.2 per cent to R24.24 and net rental income rose to R1.4 billion from R1.3 billion. The company says it is targeting distribution growth of between 7.5 per cent and 9.5 per cent for the 2019 financial year. Joining CNBC Africa is the company’s CEO, Melt Hamman.
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