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Pepsi’s Pioneer acquisition is not healthy

The move may provide a short-term economic boost, but it also has long-term health costs

Shoprite delivers strong sales in SA market

South Africa’s largest grocer saw its local operations increase sales by 10.3% during the quarter

Shoprite profits a ray of light to Wiese after $2bn Steinhoff loss

Shoprite, which announced higher profit this week, advanced about 40% in the past year, softening Wiese’s financial blow from the Steinhoff collapse

Ellerine jobs saved as regulator recommends Shoprite offer

The Competition Commission has recommended an offer by the retail giant to acquire the stores and staff of the failed furnisher.

Pick n Pay shares fall as it continues to lose customers

The retailer's results show the it is not moving in the right direction quickly enough.

Pick n Pay to boost fresh goods sales as 100 new stores open

Pick n Pay is seeking to claw back market share with a focus on improving its fresh produce offering.

Massmart profit dragged down by Game stores

The Wal-Mart-owned retailer Massmart has missed profit estimates as a result of disappointing performance from Game.

Shoprite looks for growth outside SA amid sluggish first-half profit

Shoprite says it does not expect any improvement on its first-half profit increased by 7.4%.

Massmart shares up as it anticipates an earnings gain

While other retailers battle with slow growth, Massmart has announced its earnings gained as much as 37% last year.

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