Murray & Roberts grows order book by 60% to R50.8bn


Murray & Roberts released its interim results and the company’s operating profit from continuing operations increased by 15 per cent to R419 million. The engineering and construction company’s diluted continuing headline earnings per share decreased by 4 per cent to 49 cents. Murray & Roberts CEO, Henry Laas joins CNBC Africa for more.

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