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.

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