SA retailers likely to lose out if they avoid e-commerce

Traditional retail businesses in SA could stand to lose out on the value of e-commerce due to their reluctance to embrace online business, according...

Double-digit profit growth for Pick n Pay as turnaround plan pays...

Pick n Pay has continued to reap the benefits of its turnaround strategy, positing double-digit profit growth in the six months to end-September after...

SIFISO SKENJANA: Pharma retailers buck the tough-times trend

The general sentiment in the retail market is that the consumer is under never-ending pressure from rising unemployment, higher food inflation, lower salary increases,...

Oceana warns headline earnings per share may fall up to 29%

Fishing company Oceana Group, which produces Lucky Star pilchards, says it expects a steep drop in headline earnings per share when it releases its...

BUILDING SUPPLY CHAIN TALENT FOR AFRICA

Chaotic supply chains are negatively impacting health, development and economic outcomes in Africa, according to Nigeria-based supply chain transformation expert Azuka Okeke, who is...

Entrepreneur turns her small business into a food garden

After getting married in 1996, Esther Masekoameng (60) moved from Phalaborwa to Mathibaskraal in Limpopo, but she was shocked by the level of poverty...

Power your cool this summer with Halls fruity flavours

Keep cool this summer with Mzansi’s coolest candy brand. Halls is stepping up to make your days a breeze with their range of fruity...

Red Bull celebrates Brad Binder’s move to MotoGP with limited-edition can

In October, a limited-edition Red Bull® Energy Drink can, along with an exciting consumer competition, hits shelves in celebration of 2016 Moto3 champion Brad...

Chappies turns 70

Mzansi’s iconic bubble gum, Chappies, has been bringing consumers together with its fun flavours and quirky ‘Did You Know?’ facts for over 70 years.Chappies...

How to fix a cracked Marbelite pool

With spring upon us and temperatures starting to soar, the last thing any outdoors-loving family needs is a cracked Marbelite swimming pool. Leading adhesive...

Consumers still dancing with the debt devil in SA

Up to our ears in debt, it seems South African consumer appetite for credit has not diminished. Despite a flat economy, consumers owe a...

Christmas is coming: 3 ways retailers can ensure a more profitable...

According to Stats SA, retail figures for December 2018, showed an annual decline of 1.4% instead of the expected 2.1% growth. It seems like...

Checkers launches long-awaited rewards programme

The wait is over - Checkers Xtra Savings is here! Africa’s largest supermarket group has introduced its latest initiative that shows their loyalty to...

Counterfeit goods worth R14m, including condoms, Viagra and lightening creams, found...

Counterfeit goods worth a whopping R14.2m were confiscated at China Multiplex storage facilities in Johannesburg over the weekend.Condoms, cigarettes, Viagra pills, skin lightening creams,...

Day 2: Tombake Open Day

It's day two of the Tombake open day, with a steady stream of retail buyers coming to view what's on offer.

Tombake Day 2019

The 2019 Tombake Day made its Johannesburg debut at the Red Shed - Emperors Palace today and will continue until tomorrow afternoon. The open day...

MEET KOO’S NEW BEANS ON THE BLOCK!

As the undisputed leader in the South African Beans category, KOO believes in setting the trend by introducing carefully researched, flavour-packed variants to its...

Africa’s largest food retailer works to prevent childhood stunting

The Shoprite Group has announced investment in several specific interventions to prevent childhood stunting which leaves one in four South African children under the...