Reserve Bank Governor Lesetja Kganyago is set to announce the policy decision at a news conference on Thursday afternoon.
The company specialises in diamond exploration, mining, retail, trading, and industrial diamond manufacturing sectors.
The Western Cape-based firm says headline earnings increased by 2.1% to R84 million.
Diluted normalised headline earnings per share increased by 26 percent, compared with the prior period, marginally better than expectations.
In a statement, the company says the impact on production has been minimal thus far.
The mining group says it has noted media press speculation regarding the terms of the deal.

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Business News Brace yourself for more taxes on fuel, economists say

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