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Jun 22 2012 08:06

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Johannesburg - Luxury goods group Richemont [JSE:] executive chairperson Johann Rupert earned a smaller salary this year but as usual donated his £3.6m earnings to charity, according to a report on Friday.

Business Day reported that Rupert's take home salary this year was £3.6m, down from £3.9m last year.

This is contained in Richemont's annual report which was released on Thursday.

Rupert's salaries and benefit payments from Richemont, Remgro [JSE:REM], Reinet Investments Manager and Reinet Fund Manager are traditionally donated to charity, reported the newspaper.

The company has declined to name the recipient charities.


remgro  |  richemont


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