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Had it not been for the coronavirus pandemic, Richard Brasher would have announced he was stepping down from Pick n Pay at last week’s annual results.

Instead, in his dry British turn of phrase, he delivered a quasi-Churchillian message to ready his staff for the fight of their lives...

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