Shoprite and Checkers celebrate seniors this October
Shoprite - Nov 1st 2018, 10:21
Seniors around South Africa were recently treated as part of the Shoprite Group’s initiative to honour the elderly in the month of October.
This countrywide initiative sees the retailer partnering with old-aged homes and advocacy group, Age-in-Action, to celebrate older South Africans by organising parties for them, where among other activities, they interact with staff members.
“The laughter in the rooms or around the braai fire took years off their faces. Some were dancing while others were reminiscing on years gone by. We are hopeful that our senior citizens will walk away feeling appreciated. They’ve helped to shape us and they need to know that we value them.” - Lunga Schoeman, Shoprite’s CSI spokesperson.
Pick n Pay introduces blood oranges to its fresh produce offering
22/03/2019 - 10:19
Fruit lovers no longer have to travel to Europe to taste the goodness of blood oranges. Pick n Pay has added rare blood oranges to its fresh produce offering making it the first retailer to offer this unique fruit to customers.
Asos sales up 13% as UK market outperforms
20/03/2019 - 09:25
Asos has reported a rise in its quarterly sales, as growth at home in the UK continues to outperform its foreign markets.
Shoprite Group helps waiter become an entrepreneur thanks to his unique product offering
18/03/2019 - 15:02
Phenyo Sebaeng (28) had to borrow money from two of his close friends in order to buy a bus ticket from Rustenburg to Cape Town, where he had secured a meeting with a buyer at the Shoprite Group's home office in January 2017.
520+ million Smart Shopper cash-off discounts to be issued for customers
18/03/2019 - 11:49
Pick n Pay’s Smart Shopper will give customers double personalised discounts to help them save even more in the next few weeks.
Three quarters in a row of sales growth for H&M
15/03/2019 - 14:26
Sweden’s H&M, the world’s second-biggest fashion retailer, posted local-currency sales growth for its fiscal first quarter that matched analysts’ forecasts, on Friday, while net sales were slightly higher than expected.