Our Purpose & Values
Our Community Initiatives
Shareholders and Investors information
Latest Financial Results
Latest Integrated Annual Report
All Reports and Documents
Shoprite Investments Ltd
Shoprite at a Glance
Become a Shareholder
What Sets us Apart
Social sustainability #ActForChange
Latest Sustainability Report
Receive Our News
Become a Supplier
Shoprite Group Supplier Awards
Global Trade Solution
Supply Chain Management
The Shoprite Group offers comprehensive bursaries to support students studying or intending to study scarce skills such as pharmacy, chartered accounting, as well as information technology and retail business management.
Shoprite’s bursaries provide financial assistance towards tuition and on-campus accommodation, and are also linked to work-back agreements – ensuring job opportunities upon graduation.
Shoprite offers a range of exciting jobs at various offices around Africa, a wide range of vacancies in-store, as well as opportunities through programmes such as the apprenticeships at its Data Science Academy. As a leading employer in South Africa, the Shoprite Group welcomes hard-working and passionate individuals to join us in becoming the best retailer in the world.
If you’re young, ambitious and serious about your future, our bursary opportunities will set you on the path to success.
In a space of just six years, Kimberly Soobramoney went from Trainee Accountant to Head of Financial Business Partners.
After completing her degree Liné Visser joined the graduate programme, which helped her prepare for the working environment.
The transition from student to working professional is challenging, that’s why the Group's graduate programme is so important.
Theisha Naick has learnt to persevere and recognise opportunities even when they present themselves in unexpected ways.
Jongikhaya Ngodwane did not think he would join Shoprite’s Data Science Academy when he found work as a shelf packer in 2018.
The learning curve was steep, but she overcame the obstacles and remains on course to become “an influential and inspiring” Chartered Accountant.
Siphosethu Bota, studying towards a degree in Retail Business Management, did not give up when his first application for a Shoprite bursary was unsuccessful.
Angelique Hendricks says the bursary awarded to her came at just the right time. Without it she would have dropped out of university in her first year.
Nomonde Mpondo’s retail management studies nearly came to a halt were it not for a bursary from Africa’s largest food retailer.
A passion for working with people coupled with an interest in science and biology is why Wanda Panya from East London hopes to become pharmacist.
Grace Kachoko dreamed of becoming a pharmacist in her local community of Amalinda in the Eastern Cape. Soon this dream will become a reality ...
After juggling studies, work and being a single mom, Gill Hendricks has beaten the odds to become a qualified Chartered Accountant.