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Raymond Ackerman

NEWS

Pick n Pay founder Raymond Ackerman has died

By: Natasha Archary Image: Pick n Pay Facebook Pick n Pay founder, Raymond Ackerman has died at the age of 92, on Wednesday, 06 September. The businessman who came from a retailing family, is survived by his wife, Wendy, children, Gareth, Kathy, Suzanne, and Jonathan, 12 grandchildren, and 4 great-grandchildren. Ackerman's father founded the Ackermans clothing store after World War 1, and in 1967 the retail mogul founded Pick n […]

today07/09/2023

Kaya Biz

Pick n Pay reveals that load shedding costs them R522m

Image | Pick n Pay store Pick n Pay reveals that load shedding costs them R522m Pick n Pay has share how they too have suffered from the impact of load shedding, which has led to increased operating costs, lost revenue and declining margins, affecting profitability. Despite the negative effects of load shedding on its bottom line, Pick n Pay claims to have delivered a "encouraging performance" in its financial results […]

today05/05/2023

NEWS

Pick n Pay has piloted cryptocurrency payments in 39 stores

By Zuko Komisa Pick n Pay has finished the first stage of a new pilot program that lets customers use cryptocurrencies to make purchases on their smartphones through a reputable app, and the company is currently testing it in more locations. BizCommunity reports that people who are underserved by traditional banking systems or who want to pay and trade money in a more affordable and practical method are increasingly using cryptocurrencies. […]

today04/11/2022

Shopping cart/trolley with groceries at grocery store

NEWS

How to collect your R350 SRD grant from Pick n Pay, Boxer stores

By Kaya 959 Reporter If you were approved to receive your R350 Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grant, you can do so via Pick n Pay or Boxer stores from Wednesday. The South African Post Office announced that SRD grant collection will take place at any one of the PnP or Boxer stores nationwide. “Only grant recipients who have received an SMS from SASSA confirming their collection pay-out point as […]

today22/09/2021

Bar alcohol liquor

NEWS

Anti-liquor group calls for halt on sale of alcohol at petrol stations

By Kaya 959 Reporter The Southern African Alcohol Policy Alliance has called on BP to halt plans to sell alcohol at petrol stations. BP and Pick n Pay Express were granted a licence to sell wine at petrol stations in Gauteng. SAAPA SA on Wednesday handed over their memorandum to BP. Director Maurice Smithers said the effects of alcohol already costs South Africa R38-billion annually. Smithers added that it is […]

today02/09/2021

Looting aftermath

NEWS

PnP CEO calls for alcohol ban to be lifted after looting aftermath

Kaya News reporter Pieter Boone, CEO of Pick n Pay has called for an urgent lifting of the alcohol ban after the looting aftermath in the country last week. The riots and looting saw 136 of the supermarket chain's stores damaged and looted and a further 76 liquor stores cleaned out in both Gauteng and KZN. The retail giant also owns Boxer stores and while there are plans to reopen […]

today23/07/2021

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POPIA ActTo promote the protection of personal information processed by public and private bodies; to introduce certain conditions so as to establish minimum requirements for the processing of personal information; to provide for the establishment of an Information Regulator to exercise certain powers and to perform certain duties and functions in terms of this Act and the Promotion of Access to Information Act, 2000; to provide for the issuing of codes of conduct; to provide for the rights of persons regarding unsolicited electronic communications and automated decision making; to regulate the flow of personal information across the borders of the Republic; and to provide for matters connected therewith.

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