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This Ginger Beer Business Started in a Garage – and Now Employs Over 200 People

Supa Ginja, a powder ginger beer business started in a North West garage, experienced dramatic growth during South Africa’s national lockdown with several alcohol bans as well as a deal with Shoprite. The product is a traditional ready mixed ginger beer powder that, when combined with water and allowed to …

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Meet Engen Lesotho’s new Managing Director

Engen has appointed Tebogo Mosehla as their managing director in Lesotho, with his focus being to grow and strengthen the business in the kingdom. “I’m passionate about making a positive difference to the Lesotho community through Engen’s CSR programmes, innovation and people capability development,” comments Mosehla, whose distinguished journey with …

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Ticketpro Makes it Easy and Convenient to Buy Your Long-distance Bus Tickets

Ticketpro, a leading ticketing company and a member of the Blue Label Telecoms group of companies, has announced that it has added long-distance bus tickets to its portfolio of products and services. “We are very excited to launch and add long-distance bus ticketing to our portfolio – it’s part of …

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Edcon Concludes the Sale for Parts of the Edgars Business to Retailability

Edcon announced that the sale of parts of the Edgars business in South Africa to Retailability (Pty) Ltd has been implemented, with all approvals from regulatory authorities and all conditions precedent either fulfilled or waived.  The sale includes the transfer of approximately 120 stores in South Africa together with the …

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Edcon Announces Signing of the Sale and Purchase Agreement for Sale of Parts of Edgars to Retailability

Edcon is pleased to announce that further to its media release dated 6th July 2020, the company has signed the Sale and Purchase Agreement for the sale of parts of Edgars to Retailability Pty (Ltd). Retailability is a retail fashion holding company of retail brands including Legit, Beaver Canoe, and …

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Shoprite Lesotho Cross-Border Remittance Product Achieves R1 Billion Mark

The Shoprite cross-border money remittance product reached the R1 billion mark in January, after just three years of it being implemented between SA and Lesotho. The cost of a transfer of R900 is 2%, which is one of the cheapest cross-border products in the world. A remittance is when a …

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