Woolworths retained its position as South Africa’s most reputable retailer
Issued by Woolworths Press Office - Jun 8th 2016, 16:34
Woolworths is very pleased to have retained its position as South Africa’s most reputable retailer for the third consecutive year in the Reputation Institute’s 2016 RepTrak survey.
Zyda Rylands, CEO of Woolworths said, “We work hard at addressing the issues that our customers care about and we strive to be a leader in making a broader contribution to South Africa. We would like to thank our Woolies Team, customers, suppliers, and partners for their contribution to this achievement.”
2 November 2016 - Woolworths announced that it is marking its 85th anniversary by partnering with the MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet fundraising programme in order to provide 50 educational bursaries of R20 000 each, totalling R1 million. These bursaries, sponsored by MySchool, are available to all Woolworths customers as part of a special competition which runs until 31 January 2017. To qualify, customers simply need to swipe their MySchool or linked Woolworths Cards every time they shop and every item purchased is an entry. Double entries are earned when purchasing kids wear and school wear.
Woolworths has announced the launch of an innovative green milk bottle consisting of 30% plant-based plastic, a first for the dairy industry in South Africa. The entire Woolworths fresh milk range will now be packaged in the new plant-based bottles, giving consumers the opportunity to enjoy milk today with tomorrow in mind.
Woolworths Holdings Ltd (WHL) today announced results for the year ended 28 June 2016, including David Jones full year results for the first time.
Woolworths is pleased to announce it has won the Wholesale and Retail Sector Education Training Authority (W&RSETA) Good Practice Award in the ‘Enterprise: Super Large Retail Category’ for 2016.
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