Archive for the ‘Consumer Goods’ category
A group of women in Johannesburg are dismantling masculine notions associated with beer.
“Angola is a lucrative market where we currently have no presence, and Shoprite has done a phenomenal job there.”
“I am pretty good at separating work and home.”
The “changing dynamics of Africa” is driving the cosmetics giant’s business in the region.
Five French consumer brands are expected to soon set up shop in number of sub-Saharan African countries.
SABMiller and Coca-Cola merger will create South and East Africa’s largest soft drinks bottling operation.
Pep has an aggressive expansion plan for the continent.
Greer Valley and Themba Mntambo are the co-founders of Kushn, a designer goods brand that combines leather with African woven textiles.
Flora Mutahi recently launched her first tea café in Nairobi.
Even though he is the majority shareholder of one of South Africa’s largest unlisted retailers, Braam van Huyssteen still works long hours.
How Kenya’s Sally Karago built her fashion business.
After trying for many years to launch the MAC brand in Kenya, Joyce Gikunda has finally reached her goal.
“There was no empire in the beginning I can assure you of that,” said Francis Grogan, co-founder and CEO of Zambeef.
British high street footwear brand Clarks is set to double the number of stores it has in Africa.
Abhilash Bajpai, director of home electronics and appliances retailer, Radian Stores, talks about the rise in brand consciousness he is seeing in Zambia.