The General manager of Shoprite Uganda; Jayte Slabbert has this morning confirmed that Shoprite will be exiting the Uganda market this year. Though details weren’t shared; rumours have it that the franchise is in talks with Carrefour.

Shoprite has been the oldest supermarket franchise in Uganda having entered the Ugandan market in 2000. Having been in business for the last 20 years; reports came out in 2017 about the crumbling company by then. It had registered close to a 25 billion loss followed by a close to 48 billion loss in 2020.

Though many people have attached the crumbling of Shoprite to the 2020 Covid-19 pandemic lockdown; it might be that the pandemic was just the final catalyst to the equation. The franchise had been suffering losses even before the 2020 pandemic.


By SePH256

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  1. What a shame about Shopright. It was so sad to read. I will be visiting Kampala and Arua this year. I am praying for Uganda. God’s people must continue to cry out to him, because the Bible says he hears the cries of the righteous and answers them.

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