More than ever before, South Africans are choosing e-commerce over instore purchases, and it doesn’t look like that’s set to change anytime soon.
Many South Africans were introduced to Wish over the Black Friday period, as weird and sometimes obscene adverts appeared on our timelines. Here’s why.
After serving customers online for 11 years, popular local retailer Yuppiechef are taking things to the next level. Bit of a drive for the CBD dwellers, though.
Takelot is really hammering its competitors, with the latest numbers showing the e-commerce site only increasing in popularity.
South Africa’s e-commerce options are becoming increasingly more user-friendly, and these awards singled out those at the top of the class.
Have you caught onto the online shopping trend that has swept the planet? It’s probably about time you did, and these are the kinds of people who make it easy as pie.
Business Insider has a look as Jack Ma went from being a poor school teacher to creating one of the most profitable businesses in the world.
One of the greatest things about living in Cape Town is that we have the best of both in so many different spheres of life. This means we get to wake up each morning and decide what world we want to live in: the physical or the virtual.
Up until now, the only place to purchase bespoke Jack Daniel’s fashion wear or collectable items was by making the trip to the JD Hardware Store in Lynchburg Tennessee. Now, local Jack fans can do their online shopping and enjoy free delivery to anywhere in South Africa, from Sandton to Springbok, thanks to the newly launched JD online store.
Online shopping has made life a lot more pleasant. There are no queues, no creepy shop assistants awkwardly approaching you to offer their assistance, and you can sit on your ass in your underwear on a Sunday morning with a cup of coffee. Lab42 recently compiled a survey of 500 online shoppers, to try and discovery the trends that are driving us away from brick and mortar shops. The result is a pretty sweet infographic.