Woolworths CEO Roy Bagattini, an outspoken proponent of a “living wage” for store employees, earned R122.4m in the 2023 financial year, more than three times what he earned in the previous year, as his long-term share options vested.

Woolworths released its annual report late on Friday, including a section on executive remuneration and how it is calculated. ..

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