Pick n Pay CEO Richard Brasher, widely regarded as having saved the retailer from terminal decline, has at last banked the sort of reward that would not have embarrassed former Shoprite hotshot Whitey Basson.

Pick n Pay’s just released annual financial statements reveal that Brasher’s remuneration for 2019 was R32m, almost three times what he was paid the previous year.

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