Barloworld reported a basic headline loss of 268 cents per share, for the year ended September. This is from headline earnings of 1 100 cents per share, in the prior comparable period. Automotive revenue fell 15 per cent, and logistics revenue declined by 27 per cent. Barloworld CEO, Dominic Sewela joins CNBC Africa for more.
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