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Since their peak in 2016, shares in EOH – which describes itself as Africa’s largest technology service provider – have plunged by an eye-watering 97%. They have lost more than 50% in the value since 1 January alone.

EOH Holdings expects to report a headline loss per share of at least R18 for the year ended 31 July 2019, with the number impacted by impairments, it warned shareholders on Wednesday.