A R200m payment for Brait’s soon-to-be-replaced investment management team, including CEO John Gnodde — seems incredulous in light of the share’s 95% plunge since 2015.

But, says key Brait backer and retail tycoon Christo Wiese, the payment simply takes account of an existing contract...

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