Shareholders and Investors

The Shoprite Group strives to generate long-term sustainable growth for our equity investors through our established food retail business operations across the African continent.

Key information from continuing operations for the 26 weeks to 2 January 2022:
519.3c
Diluted HEPS
+ 25.2%
R91.1bn
Sale of Merchandise
+ 10.0%
R5.4bn
Trading Profit
+ 14.5%
233.0c
DIVIDEND PER SHARE
+ 22.0%
Shoprite Checkers B-BBEE Employee Benefit Trust:

2021

Integrated Annual Report

 

The report demonstrates our ongoing commitment to improving transparency and striving for the highest reporting and disclosure standards.

 

30 DEC 2021 Half-year closed period starts
27/28 JAN Half-year operational update
8 MARCH Half-year financial results announcement and webcast presentation
APRIL Payment of interim ordinary dividend (if approved)*
1 JULY Financial year-end closed period starts
BY END AUG Full year operational update
6 SEPT Full year financial results announcement and presentation
17 OCT Publication of 2022 Integrated Annual Report and notice of Annual General Meeting
OCT REM policy shareholder engagement
OCT Payment of final ordinary dividend (if approved)*
14 NOV Annual General Meeting
17-18 NOV Investec CEO Conference
29 DEC 2022 Half-year closed period starts
*PLEASE NOTE: The dividend payment date is an estimate based on this reporting schedule. In the event that reporting dates change the dividend payment date will be updated accordingly. All dates listed are subject to change.

What sets us apart

We want Shoprite to lead in South African retail and be counted among the world’s best retailers. To achieve this we will focus on optimising and growing our core retail activities while we capitalise on opportunities by becoming a smarter, more customer-driven business, closing the gaps in key segments and investing in long-term opportunities to unlock alternative revenue streams.

Become a shareholder

Shoprite Holdings is listed in South Africa on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE), with secondary listings on the stock exchanges of Zambia and Namibia. Shares of listed companies are traded on the open market through a stock exchange. You can view some history on the SHP share price on the JSE here.