Struggling Omnia can be turned around, new CEO insists
Seelan Gobalsamy says the firm will use R2bn from rights offer to partly pay off debt
The insurance and investment industry veteran has a tough task ahead of him as he attempts to turn the struggling chemicals and fertiliser company Omnia Holdings around.
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