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  • Zara's latest store concept is coming to Cape Town
    Fashion retailer Zara is currently refurbishing and enlarging its flagship store at Victoria Wharf Shopping Centre in Cape Town in order to make it the brand's newest concept store in South Africa, offering a fully integrated experience with zara.com.
  • The Radio Awards 2021 finalists
    The Radio Awards honours outstanding achievements across Campus, Community, Public Broadcast, and Commercial radio, setting benchmarks for all stations and professionals to strive towards. Finalists for the general categories have been announced.
  • Pick n Pay's exclusive lease agreements coming to an end
    Supermarkets that are privately-owned and controlled by historically disadvantaged persons (HDP) can immediately access letting space in all shopping centres where a Pick n Pay store has exclusivity provisions in its lease agreement.
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Pick n Pay's exclusive lease agreements coming to an end

Supermarkets that are privately-owned and controlled by historically disadvantaged persons can now access letting space in all shopping centres where a Pick n Pay store has exclusivity provisions...

2 days ago

Burger King decision: A case of govt policies working against each other?

"It is quite ironic that a broad-based BEE grouping is now negatively impacted by a provision which intended to benefit broad-based previously disadvantaged participants," says Bravura's Soria Hay...

3 days ago

Rooibos added to EU's register of iconic geographic indicators

Rooibos is the first African food to be approved by the EU for listing on the register...

8 Jun 2021

Implications of ConCourt ruling for all loyalty programme providers

The Constitutional Court recently handed down judgment on the Clicks Retailers (Pty) Ltd v CSARS case, which has wide ramifications for all loyalty programme providers...

By Joon Chong 7 Jun 2021

Digesting the Commission's decision on Burger King deal

A ground-breaking recommendation by the Competition Commission to the Tribunal to prohibit the proposed sale of Burger King SA to a US private equity firm will have severe consequences for the future of M&A transactions...

By Robert Wilson and Shawn van der Meulen 4 Jun 2021

Why South Africa needs evidence-based regulations for vapes

Asanda Gcoyi, CEO of the Vapour Products Association of South Africa (VPASA), outlines how important it is to look at context-specific scientific evidence when legislating EVPs...

Issued by Irvine Partners 4 Jun 2021

Halaal certification and consumer trust

Labelling on food and beverage products is critical for so many reasons, but the question is if consumers can trust the accuracy of these labels?

By Sameer Parker 2 Jun 2021

Shoprite wraps up sale of Nigerian business

Shoprite Holdings, Africa's largest grocery retailer, confirmed on Wednesday that it has sold its Nigerian business to Ketron Investment, a wholly-owned subsidiary of property group Persianas...

2 Jun 2021

Sale of Burger King SA blocked due to lack of Black shareholding

The Competition Commission has prohibited the takeover of Burger King South Africa by Emerging Capital Partners Africa, due to a lack of BEE shareholding in the acquiring firm...

2 Jun 2021

Commission suggests blocking R1bn acquisition of The Building Company

The Competition Commission has recommended to the Competition Tribunal that the proposed takeover of Pepkor's hardware company The Building Company by Cashbuild be prohibited...

31 May 2021

How Covid-19 affected informal cross-border trade between Uganda and DRC

Informal cross-border trade, which includes smuggling, is hugely important for survival in, around and beyond border regions...

By Kristof Titeca and Innocent Anguyo 28 May 2021

Calls to restrict alcohol sales disregard state of the SA economy - Salba

The South African Liquor Brandowners Association says the proposed restrictions on alcohol advertising and other alcohol policy interventions are irrelevant to the national response...

21 May 2021

Chanel loses to Huawei in EU trade mark dispute

French luxury fashion house Chanel has lost its latest attempt to block the registration of a trade mark applied for by Chinese technological giant Huawei Technologies...

By David Legge 3 May 2021









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