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Ron Derby | Clicks, a story of risk that lies at the heart of untransformed boards

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Members of the Economic Freedom Fighters are seen at Sandton City Mall during the national shutdown of all Clicks outlets.
Members of the Economic Freedom Fighters are seen at Sandton City Mall during the national shutdown of all Clicks outlets.
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What happened at Clicks will recur. Boards will trip up on race issues because blue chip retailers are led by executives that share little with their lucrative customer base.


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