Almost 100 new employees welcomed at Shoprite Botleng
Shoprite - Apr 3rd, 10:00
Shoprite created 90 new jobs with the opening of its new store in Botleng, just outside Delmas, this week. The store’s total staff complement is 111, which includes 81 youth (between the ages of 18 and 35) and 76 women.
Shoprite Botleng offers customers a convenient shopping experience with 15 pay points and access to a number of in-store fresh food departments including a Meat Market, Hot & Cold Foods Deli, Bakery and Fresh Fruit & Vegetables.
Customers can also save time by making use of the range of extensive services available at the Money Market counter including payment of municipal or service accounts, buying national lottery, bus, airline or Computicket event tickets, and much more.
The store will be managed by experienced Branch Manager, Carlos Nkosi, who has been with Shoprite since 2008.
The store’s trading hours are 08:00 - 20:00 from Mondays to Sundays.
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