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    Business ShopRite debunks exit rumour, says we are not leaving Nigeria - vanguard News
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    Business ‘Thousands will be without jobs’ — reactions as Shoprite plans to exit Nigeria - The Cable News
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    Entertainment ‘I’ll empty Shoprite in 30 seconds’ – Regina Daniels dares Peter Okoye - Olisa TV Nigeria News
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    Metro Shoprite Nigeria gives away prizes valued at 1 million naira daily – BusinessDay News

    Shoprite Nigeria is celebrating its birthday by giving away daily prizes totalling 1 million naira in addition to various in-store promotions. The Birthday Jackpot is running from 30 July... Read more via BusinessDay News – Get More Nigeria Metro News
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    Business Court slams Shoprite with N3.6bn over breach of contract – BusinessDay

    A Lagos high court have ordered South Africa retail giant Shoprite Cheakers (PTY) limited to pay N3.6 billion ($10 million) as damages to a Nigeria firm known as, AIC Limited over a breach of contract. In a judgment delivered by Justice Lateef Lawal-Akapo, apart from … via BusinessDay : News...
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    Business We Strongly Condemn Xenophobic Attacks – Shoprite Nigeria

    Shoprite Nigeria on Friday says it strongly condemn any kind of xenophobic violence and intimidation against the citizens of other countries, anywhere in the world. The retailer in a statement expressed concern about the acts of violence against foreign nationals that sporadically flare up in...
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    Business Xenophobia Attacks: Shoprite, MTN Tighten Security

    South African companies in Nigeria may have stepped up its security apparatus over possible attack due to the ongoing unrest in the country over Xenophobia attacks. A visit by our correspondent on Friday to The Palms Mall, Lekki, which houses Shoprite, and one of MTN branches, security...
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    Metro Xenophobic Attacks: NANS Give MTN, Shoprite, DSTV 48 Hours to Vacate Nigeria

    Following the attack on Nigerian businesses in South Africa, the National Association of Nigerian Students, NANS, has given South African firms in the country to leave in 48 hours or face the music. The students held a protest in Abuja on Thursday. The President of NANS, Mr. Kadiri Aruna, in...
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    Business 76% of Goods Sold at Shoprite Nigeria are Made Locally - THE NATION

    According to a report from The Nation, 99.5 percent of the Shoprite supermarket chain’s 230 employees are Nigerians and 76 percent of all products sold are procured locally. Shoprite arrived in Nigeria in 2005 and has developed relationships with approximately 300 leading Nigerian suppliers and...