The Group has also donated R1 million to the Shoprite Act For Change Fund for use by vetted organisations involved in relief efforts to help communities rebuild.
The initiative is the latest value addition to Shoprite’s Xtra Savings programme, which has gained more than 11-million members, who’ve saved a collective R1.6-billion, since its launch just six months ago.
The summit explored ways in which the industry can seek to create and operate in a safe environment regarding COVID-19 and contribute to the fight against gender-based violence.
In most cases, the liquor outlets that are flouting Covid-19 protocols are not members of any association, which makes it difficult to deal with such outlets unless the police enforce compliance.
Canned vegetable products forming part of the recall can be identified by looking at the manufacturing date code stamped on the bottom or top of the can.
Sisonke is a B2B online marketplace that consolidates orders from small businesses so they can source products higher up in the value chain and get the benefits of buying at scale.
The training is the product of a ground-breaking partnership between SANTACO, Distell and the National Liquor Traders Council.
One of the most prominent issues raised during the Covid-19 lockdown in South Africa is the serious impact that alcohol abuse has on the country and its people.
Xtra Savings will in time become the country’s biggest rewards programme, reaching Shoprite’s 19.3-million shoppers across South Africa.
Harassment, callous treatment and theft of trading stock from surviving liquor traders by the police have become the order of the day.
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