- Pan African Resources said it expected to more than double its first-half earnings per share in both sterling and South African rand terms.

Earnings per share for the six months through December was expected to increase by 116% in rand terms, and by 112% in sterling terms, the company said.

EPS from continuing operations was expected to be 8-18% higher in rand terms and 3-13% higher in sterling terms.

At 9:07am: [LON:PAF] Pan African Resources PLC share price was +0.32p at 10.98p

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