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6 trends dominating the retail landscape in 2021

Smollan unpacks six top trends that may have the potential to significantly shape the retail industry in the coming years...

1 day ago

SoundInsights surveys local shopper behaviour

SoundInsights polled East Coast Radio and Jacaranda FM's audiences to gauge consumer behaviour in 2021...

3 days ago

Pepkor's sales rebound from worst of pandemic

South African retailer Pepkor Holdings reported on Friday a 13.9% rise in revenue for the nine months through June, rebounding from a low base in 2020...

By Nqobile Dludla 23 Jul 2021

Clarion call for end to booze ban

Even before the cost of the looting is factored in, the four alcohol bans have cost the country an estimated R64,8bn or 1.3% of GDP...

23 Jul 2021

Woolworths expects 9.7% rise in full-year sales

Sales for the 52 weeks ended 27 June were expected to rise by 9.7% as trading across the group continued to recover from the impact of Covid-19 restrictions...

By Nqobile Dludla 19 Jul 2021

Operation 'rebuild and restock' underway as unrest wanes

The intensity and frequency of riots eased on Thursday, and businesses and residents are in the throes of repairing the damage to property and clearing the debris that has resulted from days of looting...

By Lauren Hartzenberg 16 Jul 2021

Pura Soda founder shares tips for business success

Greig Jansen has seen the Pura Soda Beverage Company grow quickly, having launched in 2017 and now exporting to over 13 countries around the world...

15 Jul 2021

The Huawei MateBook 14 offers an 11-hour 'no charger required' user experience

When it comes to buying a new laptop, the majority of the focus is on the screen size, processor and even the look and feel. But another significant feature, which is often overlooked, is the battery life...

Issued by Huawei 14 Jul 2021

SA retail sales up 15.8% in May

Stats SA reports that South Africa's retail trade sales increased by 15.8% year-on-year in May 2021...

14 Jul 2021

We need job creation, not job destruction - Proudly SA CEO

The current spate of looting will be a major setback for hundreds of thousands of our people and their families that depend on the income that they will now lose, says the Proudly SA CEO...

By Eustace Mashimbye 14 Jul 2021

Unrest leads retailers and malls to temporarily shut up shop

Multiple retailers and shopping centres in Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal have limited their operations or closed their doors as civil unrest and looting continues...

By Lauren Hartzenberg 14 Jul 2021

Beleaguered alcohol industry crippled further by looting

SA's alcohol industry, already on its knees due to the fourth booze ban, is now faced with the additional challenge of having liquor stores looted during the ongoing riots...

13 Jul 2021

SA manufacturing production up 35.3% in May

South African manufacturing production increased by 35.3% in May 2021 compared with May 2020...

12 Jul 2021








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