Shoprite is a well-known retail supermarket that operates in several countries including Ghana. It offers a wide range of products including groceries, household items, electronics, clothing and many more.
Shoprite uses a massive bulk purchasing power, and so is able to offer a world-class shopping experience on a variety of food products, household goods and small appliances at the lowest possible prices.
Shoprite has multiple locations in major cities like Accra, Kumasi, and Takoradi, making it easily accessible to many customers.
After launching the first Shoprite Flagship store in Accra in 2007, Shoprite has opened other 9 stores across Accra, employing more than 600 people across the capital. Shoprite has a good reputation for its commitment to quality and affordability and has become a trusted shopping destination.
Who owns Shoprite in Ghana?
South Africa’s Christo Wiese is the largest individual shareholder and chairman of retail giants Pepkor, Shoprite and Tradehold, and one of Africa’s most successful entrepreneurs with a net worth of $3.1 billion on Forbes’ 2012 World’s Billionaires List.