Performance in the year
RESILIENT FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE AND RECORD-LOW SAFETY RECORD
FY2016: R26,1 billion
(excl. Middle East)
FY2016: 197 cents
FY2016: 178 cents
ORDER BOOK (CONTINUING)
FY2016: R28,7 billion
FY2016: 45 cents
FY2016: R1,8 billion
FY2016: R753 million
FY2016: 17 047
FY2016: R121 million
ATTRIBUTABLE EARNINGS AND DILUTED CONTINUING HEPS
ATTRIBUTABLE EARNINGS WERE IMPACTED BY THE FOLLOWING EXCEPTIONAL ITEMS:
- R570 million loss incurred in the Middle East.
- R160 million profit realised in Bombela Civils JV, following settlement of Gautrain claim.
- R170 million net present value charge of the cash contribution over 12 years in terms of the Voluntary Rebuilding Programme with the South African Government.
|TOTAL ATTRIBUTABLE EARNINGS (Rm)||1 004||1 261||881||753||48|
|CONTINUING ATTRIBUTABLE EARNINGS (Rm)||976||801||810||889||301|
|DISCONTINUED ATTRIBUTABLE EARNINGS (Rm)||28||460||71||(136)||(253)|
|DILUTED CONTINUING HEPS (CENTS)||192||194||195||178||72|
|1||Restated for Mooikloof investment moved from discontinued to continuing operations.|
|Impact of Middle East losses.|
HEALTH AND SAFETY
The Group achieved a record-low safety performance during the year in its progress towards Zero Harm. Sadly there was one fatality in the Southern African Infrastructure & Building platform on 12 July 2016.
We work towards continuous health and safety improvement by better understanding our exposure risk, benchmarking ourselves against clients and peers, and by implementing lessons from incidents and audits.