Tag: Andries Greyling

Curro reports increase in H1 revenue despite COVID-19 headwinds

It has been a tough time in the education space, due to lock-down related disturbances and financial constraints. However, many parents and guardians believe that you cannot put a price tag on education. South African independent school provider Curro Holdings has reported a revenue increase of 7 per cent in the interim. Andries Greyling, CEO of Curro Holdings joins CNBC Africa for more.

Curro opens its online doors to educate learners during COVID-19

Many parents are anxious about sending their kids back to school next week with the risk of Covid-19 infections in the classrooms quite high. Similarly, the risk of compromising the academic year by keeping kids at home until a treatment or cure is found is equally as high. Private school group Curro has launched an online schooling platform to help parents keep their kids educated and safe. Andries Greyling, CEO of Curro joins CNBC Africa for more.

How Curro is dealing with student losses

Independent education provider Curro Holdings saw a 19 per cent boost in its revenue and a headline earnings increase of 44 per cent. The increases have been attributed to a rise in learner numbers of 57, 173. CNBC Africa’s Fifi Peters spoke with Curro CEO, Andries Greyling.

Curro expands its campuses and profits in 2018

Investor sentiment for Curro is up following its positive annual results. The education company reported increases in profits and expansion plans for schools and tertiary education campuses. CNBC Africa reporter Kopano Gumbi spoke to the CEO of Curro Holdings, Andries Greyling.

Curro Holdings CEO Andries Greyling talks earnings, expansion plans

Curro Holdings CEO Andries Greyling talks earnings, expansion plans
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