The Shoprite Group of Companies, Africa's largest food retailer, operates 2,653 outlets in 15 countries across Africa and the Indian Ocean Islands and reported turnover of R71.297 billion for the six months ended December 2016.
The Company's headquarters are situated in the Western Cape province of South Africa. Shoprite Holdings Ltd is a public company listed on the JSE Limited, with secondary listings on both the Namibian and Zambian Stock Exchanges. Its ownership therefore lies in the hands of its shareholders.
Shoprite Holdings Ltd comprises the following entities: the Shoprite Checkers supermarket group, which consists of 601 Shoprite supermarkets; 205 Checkers supermarkets; 37 Checkers Hypers; 359 Usave stores; 512 Furniture outlets (inlcuding OK Furniture, OK Power Express, OK Dreams , House & Home) 194 Hungry Lion fast food outlets; 161 MediRite pharmacies and 368 LiquorShops. It has a ticketing business, Computicket, which operates from counters within Group stores and various free-standing outlets. Through its OK Franchise Division, the
Group procures and distributes stock to OK MiniMark convenience stores; OK Foods supermarkets; OK Grocer stores; Megasave wholesale stores; OK Value stores; Sentra stores and buying partners, as well as Friendly supermarkets; Friendly Liquor stores; OK Express and OK Liquor stores.
Its primary business is food retailing to consumers of all income levels, with the goal to provide all communities in Africa with food & household items in a first-world shopping environment, at the Group's lowest possible prices. At the same time the Group, inextricably linked to Africa, contributes to the nurturing of stable economies and the social upliftment of its people.