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Shoprite Holdings Limited is an investment holding company. The Company is a food retailer and wholesaler. It operates in the Republic of South Africa (RSA). It operates through four segments: Supermarkets RSA, Supermarkets Non-RSA, Furniture and Other operating segments. The Supermarkets RSA segment includes retail operations under the Shoprite, Checkers, Checkers Hyper and Usave brands in South Africa, retailing products, such as food, clothing, general merchandise, cosmetics and liquor. The Supermarkets Non-RSA segment includes its retail operations under the Shoprite, Checkers, Checkers Hyper, Usave and certain Hungry Lion brands outside of South Africa. The Furniture segment includes its retail operations under the OK Furniture, OK Power Express and House & Home brands retailing products, such as furniture, household appliances and home entertainment systems. Other operating segments include trading in franchise operations, and retail and wholesale of pharmaceutical products.
Cnr William Dabs and Old Paarl Roads, Br
Christoffel Hendrik Wiese
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Pieter C. Engelbrecht
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Anton de Bruyn
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
Divisional Manager, Executive Director
P. G. du Preez
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South African tycoon Christo Wiese sold part of his stake in grocer Shoprite <SHPJ.J> on Wednesday, raising 3.6 billion rand ($264 million) and shoring up his finances, which were dented by his exposure to scandal-hit Steinhoff.
* RECALLED BATCH OF FARMER’S DELI RED VIENNAS PACKED FOR THE GROUP FROM ITS PERISHABLE DEPARTMENTS
* Shares hit all-time high following after-hours results (Releads, adds quotes, detail)
South African Shoprite Holdings will expand into Kenya, its chief executive Pieter Engelbrecht said on Tuesday, as Africa's biggest grocer looks to take advantage of the growing east African economy.
South Africa's Shoprite defied a struggling domestic economy with double-digit profit growth on Monday, as its new strategy to sell ready-made gourmet products began to pay off.
Shoprite Holdings, Africa's biggest grocer, on Monday posted a 14.2 percent jump in half-year profit, boosted by a strong performance in its core domestic supermarket operations.
* HY DILUTED HEADLINE EARNINGS PER SHARE OF 525.2 CENTS, UP 14.2%
* INCREASED TURNOVER BY 6.3% FOR SIX MONTHS TO DECEMBER 2017
South African investor Christo Wiese has sold an additional 1.1 billion rand ($87 million) of shares in supermarket group Shoprite <SHPJ.J>, exchange filings showed on Thursday, after his exposure to scandal-hit retailer Steinhoff <SNHJ.J> dented his fortune.
South African investor Christo Wiese has sold an additional 1.1 billion rand ($87 million) of shares in supermarket group Shoprite, exchange filings showed on Thursday, after his exposure to scandal-hit retailer Steinhoff dented his fortune.
Workers at South Africa's Shoprite will go on a one-day strike on Dec. 22 to protest a change in working hours, their union said on Wednesday
South Africa's Shoprite confirmed on Friday that Steinhoff's African subsidiary has exercised call options to acquire a 23.1 percent stake and 50.6 percent voting control in Africa's largest grocer.
* EXERCISED CALL OPTIONS TO ACQUIRE ABOUT 23.1% ECONOMIC INTEREST IN AND APPROXIMATELY 50.6% VOTING CONTROL OF SHOPRITE. Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
Shoprite increased turnover 6.4 percent in the three months to end-September, buoyed by South African sales, but with weaker commodity prices weighing on in its business in the rest of Africa.
Africa's largest grocer Shoprite grew South African sales 8.1 percent in the three months to end-September as it kept price increases low amid weak economic growth, the company said on Monday.
* National Consumer Tribunal handed down judgment finding shoprite guilty of reckless lending Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
South African retailer Shoprite has been fined 1 million rand ($77,500) for failing to assess properly whether consumers could afford its loans, the National Consumer Tribunal said on Wednesday.
South African retailer Shoprite's shareholders approved a buyback of former chief executive Whitey Basson's shares for 1.75 billion rand ($136 million), the company said on Tuesday.
South Africa-based Shoprite matched estimates with a 12 percent rise in annual profit on Tuesday, as consumers battling recession and job losses turned to its non-frills outlets.
Shoprite, Africa's biggest grocer, largely met estimates with a 12 percent rise in annual profit on Tuesday, as consumers battling recession and job losses turned to its non-frills outlets.
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