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Amazon South Africa: How Should Local Retailers Adapt?

The debut of Amazon in South Africa marks a pivotal moment in the evolution of e-commerce. According to Warrick Kernes, eCommerce Expert & CEO of The Insaka eCommerce Academy, the fact that the largest eCommerce business in the world has come...

FNB eBucks Welcomes SPAR as Newest Retail Lifestyle Partner

FNB eBucks proudly announces a partnership with SPAR, offering up to 15% eBucks back for FNB Private clients, Private Wealth, and RMB Private Bank clients when shopping at SPAR, SUPERSPAR, KWIKSPAR, and TOPS with their qualifying virtual cards. This collaboration...

Amazon Set to Rival Locally Dominating Ecommerce Giant Takealot

Amazon, American e-commerce giant is officially going to be launching in the South African market in 2024. The online marketplace has opened registrations for merchants to place their products on the site ahead of the launch next year. Fierce Competition in...

Amazon is Set to Penetrate the African Marketplace

Amazon, a global e-commerce technology company, is reportedly set to expand to African countries including South Africa and Nigeria in 2023, according to news that was first published by Business Insider.  Belgium, Chile, and Colombia are also among the five markets...

Pick n Pay & Takealot Join Forces to Launch Grocery Deliveries

South African retail giant Pick n Pay and e-commerce mainstay Takealot announced on Tuesday that the two companies have signed a commercial services agreement that will enable customers across South Africa to buy Pick n Pay food, groceries, and...

New eCommerce Platform to Rival Takealot Launches in South Africa

Everystore is officially South Africa's newest eCommerce platform. The online store is owned by and brings together the brands of the JD Group (HiFi Corp, Incredible Connection, Bradlows and Russels). “With the support of our existing retail businesses we have...

Amazon need not Enter SA’s eCommerce Industry ‘Any Time Soon’, says Naspers CEO

Bob van Dijk, CEO of Naspers and Prosus believes that Amazon may not enter South Africa’s eCommerce sector “any time soon”. According to TechCentral, a key reason for this is "Naspers-controlled e-retailer Takealot.com is doing a really, really good...

Telkom takes on eCommerce Partnership with Takealot

Telkom has announced that a number of its products would now be available from Takealot.com. The companies believe that this new partnership will bring superior service and convenience to new and already existing Telkom customers. “This partnership with Takealot.com brings together...

Mr D Food Now Delivers Essential Goods During SA Lockdown

Takealot's food delivery platform Mr. D Food is now testing the delivery of essential goods to certain locations in South Africa during the nationwide lockdown. Deliveries take place from 08:00 to 17:00 on weekdays. The company is planning to expand...

Top 10 Most Popular South African Apps on iOS

Apps made in South Africa, used by South Africans every day match up quite well against international standards such as WhatsApp and Instagram - these Apps also show what South Africans need and want the most out of their...
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