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Food gardens and small-scale farms have seen a marked resurgence in recent years. As many as 2.2 million South African households have some form of garden or farm adjacent to their homes. This movement is key to providing food security, which is why the Shoprite Group supports several such initiatives in the Free State and elsewhere in the country.
The Shoprite Group has opened bursary applications for Retail Business Management and Pharmacy students for the 2022 academic year. Registered university students with a 65% aggregate or higher are encouraged to apply via the Group’s Bursary and Graduate Opportunities page before 30 June 2021.
The Shoprite Group’s own Corporate Communications team won four awards and received a certificate of excellence at the 2021 Africa SABRE Awards for work delivered during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Shoprite Group has acted swiftly to bring relief to community members affected by severe flooding in the Overberg district.
Elias Pangane began farming mielies purely to feed his family - but he’s managed to turn a humble backyard operation into a fully fledged business that now supplies Africa’s largest retail group.
The Shoprite Group opened four new stores across three provinces between 27 and 29 April 2021. Positioned in areas not previously served by the Group’s supermarkets or in those showing strong population growth.
Shoprite is further expanding its support of the Avian Park community in Worcester with a donation of 500 indigenous and fruit trees. This follows the success of various foods gardens and early childhood development (ECD) centres in the community which the retailer has been supporting since 2018.
Checkers launched its Sixty60 on demand one-hour grocery delivery service in the North West province for the first time.
Customers who wish to support the Table Mountain fire relief efforts can do so by donating to the Act For Change Fund at the till point in any Shoprite, Checkers or Usave supermarket nationally.
The Shoprite Group is providing warm meals to the thousands of University of Cape Town (UCT) students that were evacuated from their residences following yesterday’s runaway wildfire.
Shoprite has launched an exclusive free funeral benefit offering for its Xtra Savings members. The programme is underwritten by Outsurance and will provide free month-to-month funeral benefits to beneficiaries of those who opt in and swipe their Xtra Savings cards four times or more during a calendar month.
Checkers has unveiled a new premium range called Forage & Feast, which is being endorsed by South Africa’s first Michelin star chef, Jan Hendrik van der Westhuizen.
Take a seat at our first-ever Virtual Easter Table and discover a hand-selected range of the finest foods #CheckersEasterFeast
With 1 in 5 households reporting weekly hunger, and a record 7.2 million unemployed people in South Africa, Shoprite has intensified its efforts to provide customers with products that are affordable and accessible.
While many have come to disregard the R5 coin’s purchasing power, Shoprite continues to look for ways to stretch it even further, by selling food and other essentials that require just a single coin.
The Checkers Gauteng division surprised medical personnel and healthcare workers at the Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital with a performance by members of the world-renowned Soweto Gospel Choir - observing all Covid-19 protocols.
The Shoprite Group now generates enough electricity to power over 1 100 households - 12 300 MWh of electricity - a year from solar energy, following the installation of rooftop PV (photovoltaic) panels at 19 sites in South Africa and Namibia.
In a year punctuated by an economic meltdown, the Shoprite Group’s commitment to its small suppliers have enabled these businesses to access new consumer markets and to retain much-needed jobs.
Checkers this week launched a new television commercial to highlight the R1 billion it has saved customers over the past year.
The Shoprite Group has subsidised over 150 million R5 deli meals since 2017 and sold 63 million R4.99 bread loaves in the past financial year as it continues to make sure that someone with just R5 in their pocket can afford to eat.
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