BY RICHARD HURST, in Johannesburg
THE CUT, make and trim operation at South Africa's Mooi River Textiles company is currently under review. German entrepreneur Claas Daun acquired the business from Anglo American a few years ago. A spokesman for Daun's corporation in South Africa said that the factory, which employs 150 people, had continued to lose money and unfortunately a number of jobs in the area would be affected.

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