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Research data: RETAIL TRADE
2018 The retail sector growth, expansion, employment and income inequality: a case study of Shoprite and Pick 'n Pay in South Africa and Namibia
The South African and Namibian economy is liberalised, and there is a movement of big companies from outside Africa to South Africa and Nami...Download this report
2008 'Retail Renaissance' or company rhetoric: the failed partnership of a South African corporation and local suppliers in Zambia
When South Africa had its democratic transition in 1994, one unanticipated consequence of this new moment in the region was the renewed exp...
What does this new era of retailing mean for Zambians and the region more generally? In this article we try to show that, while South Africa...