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Nick Wilson Senior reporter

Nick Wilson is a senior reporter for Business Times (Sunday Times), covering JSE-listed companies, and parastatals such as SAA. He has 22 years' experience, having worked for several Arena Holdings publications including Business Day, The Herald and Daily Dispatch. He won an award in the court reporting category for the first Vodacom Journalist of the Year Award in the Eastern Cape in 2001 for his coverage of the liquidation hearing of businesswoman Maureen Clifford’s pyramid scheme. He also covered property for Business Day for five years, during which time he won two Sapoa property journalist of the year awards. In his spare time, he is a singer and guitarist in a Johannesburg rock band.

JSE-listed retailers expect ‘far tougher inflationary ... JSE-listed retailers expect ‘far tougher inflationary environment’ due to Russia-Ukraine ...

JSE-listed SA retailers such as Shoprite and Walmart-owned Massmart are steeling themselves for a far tougher ...

New wings for SAA as Takatso Consortium sale confirmed New wings for SAA as Takatso Consortium sale confirmed

The deal comes eight months after the government first announced the group as its preferred strategic equity partner ...

Deal for Takatso to become SAA's new majority owner to be signed ... Deal for Takatso to become SAA's new majority owner to be signed 'by the end of February ...

The public enterprises department says it hopes to finalise an agreement with private consortium Takatso about the ...

Mango’s business rescue plan gets cleared for take-off Mango’s business rescue plan gets cleared for take-off

Mango’s business rescue plan has been given the green light by its creditors, opening the way for it to start ...

Hopes dashed of Mango taking off in time to catch December high ... Hopes dashed of Mango taking off in time to catch December high season

Mango is to be mothballed while it tries to get a strategic equity partner in place, dashing any hopes of the low-cost ...