GAVIN RELLY, former chairman of Anglo American, has died aged 72 after a short illness. Relly was chairman of Anglo American from 1983 to 1990, succeeding Harry Oppenheimer. Among his notable accomplishments was his decision in 1985 to lead a delegation of business leaders to Lusaka to meet with the ANC, in defiance of the wishes of President PW Botha.
GAVIN RELLY DIES
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