Food group Sea Harvest reported an interim revenue increase of 7 per cent, benefiting from a good performance in its South Africa fishing operations, Cape harvest foods and Australian operations. The groups headline earnings remained unchanged from the prior period at 61 cents per share, although they did experience supply chain disruptions and absorbed R11.2 million in Covid-19 related costs. Sea Harvest CEO, Felix Ratheb joins CNBC Africa for more.
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