With purse strings tightening across a wide budget range, Wooloworths’ above-market growth in its food business has run its race.
The product description starts with “Go for convenience” which is basically Woolies-speak for “you’re paying over the odds”, to be fair.
Somehow, the high-end Woolies actually has some decent prices, offering some of the cheapest options, some even with significant savings.
A three-metre diamond python was spotted at a Woolworths in Sydney a few days back. Thankfully, the closest shopper also happened to be a volunteer snake catcher.
The man filmed exiting a Durban Woolies as it was looted and hopping into a Mercedes-Benz has flatly denied any wrongdoing. Twitter sleuths never rest, though.
If you can’t be bothered to head to the shops to buy your groceries, there’s an app for that. Actually, there are a few.
Woolworths’ latest trading update shows online sales growth of 158%, but reviews for the ‘Dash’ app are a mixed bag.
Shopping for groceries online is the way of the future, especially during these times, but first, you have to settle on the right app.
The price wars are underway at Pick n Pay, Woolworths, Checkers, and Spar. BusinessTech has run a comparison, so let’s see which one gives you more bang for your buck.
If you were hoping to live off a diet of Woolies pies and chicken over the next few weeks, the sale of those items has been prohibited.
South African musicians are not happy with Woolworths, after it reportedly stopped playing local music in its stores.
Roy Bagattini, formerly the president of Levi Strauss Americas, took over as Woolworths CEO last month. The company has dangled an appetising carrot.
Deloitte has published its annual Global Powers of Retail report, giving us insight into how South Africa’s biggest retailers compare globally.
First Checkers raised the game, and now Pick n Pay is giving Woolworths some healthy competition with a new flagship store in Jozi.
In the words of a Reddit user who came across the bag in a Country Road: “someone done f*cked up big time”.
Sandton City shoppers who love some Woolies in their lives may well be tempted by the new Checkers FreshX store that just opened.
Saturday really was a peach of a day, so I took the eldest for a cruise in the Z3 with the top down. Our mission was to get some ice cream and cruise the strip by foot.
It’s safe to say that Woolworths’ acquisition of Australian brand David Jones hasn’t gone to plan.
Checkers are set to roll out a number of new FreshX concept stores, as they seek to grab a share of the lucrative higher-end food market.
Sexy Socks founder Dave Hutchison has accused the retail giant of stealing his design, which Woolworths has denied. Award-winning financial journalist Bruce Whitfield weighs in.