Tech startups crucial to Pick n Pay’s technology strategy

“Tech startups are crucial to Pick n Pay’s technology strategy,” Van Rensburg told Ventureburn in a set of emailed responses. He says over half...

Babe-Eeze 2-in-one feeding mat

The 2-in-one bowl feeding mat has five compartments for separate and varied food choices - reminding parents to serve a fruit, veggies, protein and...

Huggies® Wipes now new and improved

This is why most parents won’t leave the house or be caught without their pack of wipes. Wipes are mom’s secret weapon for ensuring...

Shoprite calls on students to take up bursary opportunities

Shoprite provided 191 students with bursaries to study over the 2017 academic year, and is calling on more students to take up bursary opportunities...

The four-step strategy to mobile advertising success

Mobile technology allows every single person globally to bridge the gap between their digital and physical worlds, allowing us to access anything we want...

Retailers, suppliers co-creating category plans to drive mutual growth

Greame Tulloch, South African MD of global customer science company, Dunnhumby says, “What is essential in category assessment is understanding what is important at...

PICS: Inside Shoprite’s giant new distribution centre

It consolidates the activities of five different distribution centres spread throughout Cape Town and provides jobs for about 3 500 people at the facility...

Shoprite’s full-year results tell a story of growth in a tough...

Shoprite, with a staff of 143,802 people, is SA’s largest private sector employer, the grocery chain claimed in its results for the 52 weeks...

Wal-Mart brings more cities online in its push for e-commerce dominance

The world’s biggest retailer is expanding the service to Orlando and Dallas in a partnership with Uber Technologies, whose drivers will make the home...

Shoprite declares 25 August Student Day

Student Day will enable students between the ages of 18 and 30 to get 10% discount on their shopping (up to a maximum spend...

Retail sales grow more than expected in June

South African consumers are spending more than economists thought, with a consensus from a poll done by Trading Economics expecting the June figure to...