JOHANNESBURG May 16 South Africa's second-largest private hospital group Netcare reported an 11 percent rise in half-year profit on Monday as a strong showing at home offset weak demand in the United Kingdom.
Netcare, which runs Britain's largest private hospital network, BMI Healthcare, said headline earnings per share (EPS) rose to 90.3 cents in the six months to March 31 from 81.4 cents a year earlier.
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