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Cape Town – While South African companies suffer in an almost 0% growth environment its biggest fast-food restaurant chain is battling to contain its excitement for the future of its business.

“I have to sometimes disguise or veil my enthusiasm,” Kevin Hedderwick, former Famous Brands CEO and now group strategic advisor responsible for merger and acquisitions, told Fin24 in an interview this week.

Famous Brands [JSE:FBR] has seen 15 years of consecutive growth and reported a further 16% rise in profits for the year ended February 29.

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