1. Shoprite Shuts Kano Branch Amid Economic Challenges in Retail Sector

    Nigeria Shoprite Shuts Kano Branch Amid Economic Challenges in Retail Sector

    In a circular released by Shoprite Mall, the retail giant has announced its decision to cease operations at its Kano branch in Northwest Nigeria, effective January 14, 2024. The circular, obtained by Nairametrics, cites the current financial situation of the mall in the state and the challenging...
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    Metro Shoprite shuts its doors to hundreds of Ilorin shoppers on Eid day - Nairametrics
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    Business Shoprite to sell N30bn Nigerian unit to property firm, Persianas – New Telegraph
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    Business Buyer of Shoprite business in Nigeria revealed – P.M. News
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    Business Shoprite Reopens, Staff, Management To Settle Dispute April 19 – Leadership Newspaper
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    Business Giant retailer Shoprite plans to exit another African market – Ventures Africa
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    Business Shoprite reports sales of $161.4 million from Nigeria – Nairametrics
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    Business Shoprite Announces Plan To Leave Kenya – PremiumTimes
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    Business Shoprite battles $10m judgment debt, barred from transferring assets - Punch Newspaper
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    Business Is ‘Buharinomics’ to be blamed for the planned exit of ShopRite? – YNaija
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    Business Nigerian Businessman Takes Over Shoprite After Plan To Exit Nigeria – See Details – Naijabizcom
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    Business EXCLUSIVE: Here is the Nigerian who will buy Shoprite’s stake - The Cable
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    Business Nigerians React As ShopRite Sets To Exit Nigeria After 15 Years – Guardian News
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    Business Shoprite exits Nigeria after 15 years -
  15. Nigeria Business News

    Business SHOPRITE Creates Awareness on Breast Cancer – Thisdaylive

    Raheem Akingbolu SHOPRITE, a leading retailer across Africa, has thrown its weight behind fight against breast cancer by situating four screening stations in Asaba, Onitsha, Abuja and Kano. Other cities are Damaturu and Lagos..... Read more via Thisdaylive – Get more...
  16. Nigeria Political News

    Politics Xenophobic attack: 5000 people lost their jobs to shopping mall attacks – Governor Sanwo-Olu – Nairametrics

    Over 5000 people have reportedly lost their jobs in Lagos to the reprisal attack caused by the xenophobic attack in South Africa. Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu made this known during his visit to the shopping malls attacked in Lagos... Read more via Nairametrics –...
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    Business Court awards $10 million damages against Shoprite for contract breach.

    Shoprite After seven years of legal battle, a Lagos High Court, Igbosere has awarded the sum of $10 million against South African retail giant, Shoprite Checkers (PTY) Limited and its business partner, Retail Supermarkets Nigeria Limited for a breach of contract entered with … via The...
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    Business Shoprite, First Bank, GTBank headline multi billion dollars Ogun city centre project –...

    One of the leading properties developers in Nigeria, Persianas Group is planning to increase its presence and coverage in the country through its flagship shopping mall – Shoprite with the construction of a second largest Shoprite shopping mall in Abeokuta, Ogun state capital as part of …...
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    Business Nigerian Senate To Expel DSTV, MTN, Shoprite Over Xenophobic Attacks

    Nigerian Senate on Tuesday weighed the option of expelling South African companies in Nigeria over xenophobic attacks. This is coming as Nigerians in South African are at the mercy of various attacks by the citizens who believed that Nigerian citizens have taken over many of their jobs...
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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...