Billionaire businessman and former CEO of Shoprite Whitey Basson talks to Fin24 about the country and the future of retail.
Billionaire businessman and former CEO of Shoprite Whitey Basson talks to Fin24 from where he is locked down near Stellenbosch about the country and the future of retail.
Enter recipient email addressSubscribers can listen to this articleBillionaire businessman Whitey Basson is used to being"out and about", but he has adapted to being home-bound due to the coronavirus lockdown. He says he can at least enjoy walks on his smallholding near Stellenbosch and jokes that there is still enough supply in his wine cellar.
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