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Shoprite: New stores have increased the group’s footprint. Picture: Jeremy Glyn
Shoprite: New stores have increased the group’s footprint. Picture: Jeremy Glyn

Shoprite has managed to deliver double digit sales and profit growth during its half-year, despite the impact of the July’s unrest. The retailer opened 62 new stores during the period, which helped boost sales by 10% while profit grew 25%. Business Day TV unpacked the performance with CEO Pieter Engelbrecht.

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