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Big cash for burgers, doughnuts and ice cream

Oct 23 2016 09:30

The firm that owns the local licences to Burger King, Dunkin’ Donuts and Baskin-Robbins is looking to invest R1bn across these brands, which could create over 10 000 jobs.


Lewis expects up to 45% drop in profit in last 6 months

Oct 21 2016 10:23

The NCR's affordability assessment guidelines and tough economic times have resulted in retailer Lewis’s profit dropping by up to 45% in half-year trading, it has reported.


AB InBev, SABMiller deal to cost Delta bottling deal with Coca-Cola

Oct 20 2016 19:40

The AB InBev, SABMiller deal is set to cost Zimbabwe based associate Delta Corporation its bottler's agreements with The Coca-Cola Company.


Nestlé cuts sales forecast as emerging market growth slows

Oct 20 2016 09:30

Nestlé SA has cut its full-year forecast after nine-month revenue rose at the weakest pace in more than a decade, hurt by slowing growth in emerging markets.


Walmart to invest $25m in China food safety research

Oct 19 2016 13:31

Walmart and its foundation are investing $25m over five years in food safety research in China, as the retailer seeks to strengthen its foothold in the country.


Starbucks plans to double number of locations in China

Oct 19 2016 12:58

Starbucks will more than double its number of locations in China by 2021, increasing the company’s bet on a country that eventually could be a bigger market than the US.


Pick n Pay charms its way into the hearts of Zimbabweans

Oct 19 2016 15:50

Zimbabwe may be facing a myriad of challenges, but Pick n Pay through its associate TM Supermarkets is recording recording double-digit sales growth in the country.


Pick n Pay profit rises as discounts lure shoppers

Oct 18 2016 09:00

Pick n Pay's first-half earnings have gained 18% as the supermarket chain attracted shoppers with discounted goods and opened new stores.


Steinhoff to buy Australia’s Fantastic for $275m

Oct 16 2016 12:17

Steinhoff has agreed to buy Fantastic of Australia for $275m as the South African retailer seeks to expand its footprint in the southern hemisphere.

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Dunkin’ Donuts vs Krispy Kreme

Oct 16 2016 06:21

South Africans who want hot glazed doughnuts with a gulp of coffee can now choose between two US brands – Dunkin’ Donuts and Krispy Kreme.


The secret to McDonald's success

Oct 16 2016 14:42

McDonald's SA chief financial officer Zafar Mahomed speaks to Fin24 about its business model, adding that a credit cut will not deter the group from expanding business in the country.

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