Johannesburg - Yum Brands plans to add 250 of its Kentucky
Fried Chicken restaurants in South Africa by 2015, bringing its total to 850,
Business Report newspaper said on Tuesday, citing a company executive.
The US food retailer is also targeting the wider African
continent, where it aims to have 1 200 stores by 2015, KFC South Africa managing director Keith Warren told the newspaper.
"We are likening the Africa business to China," he told the
KFC opened its first store in Nigeria in 2009 and plans to
have 20 stores there by the end of 2011, the newspaper said.