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ZAMBEEF’S Northen Region Distribution Centre Goes Online

Zambeef’s Kitwe Processing Plant to decentralise operations and further increase company’s efficiencies on the Copperbelt and neighbouring markets Zambeef Products’ new Kitwe Processing Plant is set to decentralise some of the food retailer’s operations and logistics from its base at Huntley Farm in Chisamba in a move to streamline operations, …

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H&M New Store Openings Confirm Commitment to SA Economy & Ongoing Sustainability

Despite a subdued outlook for the South African retail sector in 2019, global fashion retailer H&M has firmly underlined its ongoing commitment to the local retail market with the announcement of three new store openings, this along with several local partnerships placing strong emphasis on the brand’s ongoing sustainability work. …

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Barloworld Announces New Group Structure

On 27 February 2019, Barloworld Group announced a strategic decision to merge its automotive and logistics divisions, a move that will leverage the assets and capabilities of the two divisions. The new change brings about the opportunity to strengthen the group’s core capabilities while optimising its existing portfolio to ensure …

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Shoprite Opens Second Supermarket in Nairobi

Africa’s largest retailer, the Shoprite Group, opened its second supermarket in Kenya on Thursday, 21 March 2019 at the Garden City Mall in Nairobi. With more than 2 700 stores in 15 African countries, the Shoprite Group’s business is built on the promise of lower prices. It is now looking …

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Massmart Recognises Nestlé For Industry-leading Commitment To Environmental Sustainability

Massmart is pleased to announce that Nestlé was today awarded top honours at the Massmart Supplier Environmental Awards. Now in their fifth year, the awards recognise top performing suppliers who have demonstrated an industry leading commitment to sustainable supply chain management. Massmart Sustainability Executive Alexander Haw says “Nestlé’s Zero Water …

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RFG Turnover Up 8% with Strong Regional Long Life Sales

RFG increased turnover by 8.0% for the first five months of the 2019 financial year. Turnover in the regional segment, which includes South Africa and the rest of Africa, rose by 8.2% despite the continued challenging trading environment. International turnover increased by 6.7% as export volumes grew by 4.5%. CEO …

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Tesco Trials Removing Plastic from Fruit and Vegetables

Tesco has removed an extensive selection of plastic wrapped fruit and veg products from two of its stores. The retailer’s latest move toward sustainable packaging will trial removing packaged fruit and veg wherever a loose alternative exists. A total of forty five packaged foods will be taken out of stores …

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Clover: Strategic Actions Deliver Volume Growth which Underpins Steady Half Year Performance

Group revenue increased by 4.1% to R4,4 billion (up 7.3% excluding the impact of IFRS 15) Sales volumes grew 5,6% and selling prices increased 3.1% Sugar taxes and sharp increase in fuel impacted profitability Significant investment in marketing and selling campaigns, research and development and expanding the sales force Headline …

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Vivo Energy Completes Engen Transaction Adding 230 Service stations in Eight African Countries

Vivo Energy plc is pleased to announce the completion of the transaction with Engen Holdings (Pty) Limited, previously announced on 18 September 2018. The transaction adds operations in eight new countries and 230 Engen-branded service stations to Vivo Energy’s network, taking its total presence to over 2,000 service stations, across …

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Shoprite Group Builds Up Strength in Tough Year

2018 was a transformational year for the Group, whose interim results were affected by a number of factors. While the first half performance is below expectations it is not a reflection of the fundamental strength of the business. The decline in headline earnings per share for the six months ending …

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