Developers, Calgro M3 have released their year-end results and they have swung to a loss in the year ended February 2021. The company’s revenue has also dropped by 10.7 per cent but the group still believes it is well positioned with sufficient capital and liquidity to return to activity levels last seen five years ago. Calgro M3 CEO, Wikus Lategaan joins CNBC Africa for more.
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