September 3, 2018 / 6:45 AM / 2 months ago

South Africa's Sun International H1 earnings fall 46 pct on one-off costs

JOHANNESBURG, Sept 3 (Reuters) - South Africa’s Sun International on Monday reported a 46 percent fall in half-year earnings hurt by subdued growth locally and in Chile as well as one-off costs.

The casino and hotel operator said diluted adjusted headline earnings per share for the six months to June 30 fell to 105 from 198 cents per share.

One-off costs included 12 million rand ($813,000) restructuring costs relating to the closing of Sun Nao in Colombia, the company said in a statement.

$1 = 14.7606 rand Reporting by Patricia Aruo; editing by Jason Neely

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