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Remgro CEO Thys Visser dies in car crash

Apr 27 2012 14:00

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RCL Foods Limited [JSE:RCL]

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Cape Town – Remgro CEO Thys Visser died in a motor accident on Thursday afternoon near Rawsonville.

Die Burger reported on Friday that Visser died after a three-car collision on the N1 just after 15:00 on Thursday.

Johann Rupert, Remgro chairperson told Die Burger they lost a friend. "It is a tragedy. He was a friend, but also a family man. It is a tragedy," Rupert said. 

Visser served as chairperson of Rainbow Chicken and as non-executive director of RMB Holdings Limited.

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