Insights & Publications

Our expertise, knowledge and client demand has allowed us to produce publications and databases on relevant topics and growth opportunities across selected industries assisting our clients in their strategic and operational activities. Our publications provides detailed insights into market attractiveness, sizing, competitive landscape, emerging consumer outlook and other key factors driving change and growth on the continent.


    Choppies Retailer Profile

    This Retailer Profile analyses Choppies' operations, strategy and future prospects across the eight sub-Saharan markets in which it operates.

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    Modern Grocery Retail in Africa: Report and Dataset

    This report contains data on the number of modern retail outlets (supermarkets and hypermarkets) and their overall sales for each of the 54 countries in Africa. Data on total grocery retail sales for each country is used to calculate the market share of modern retail.

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    Retail financial services in Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa: A comparative analysis - March 2018

    This report provides an overview of the retail banking landscape in Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa. Based on consumer interviews performed in Accra, Nairobi, Lagos and Johannesburg, it provides insights on the retail banking landscape and the consumer attitudes towards retail banking in each city, and allows for comparative analysis across countries.

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    How do South Africans bank? Consumer financial services in Johannesburg - February 2018

    This report explores the consumer banking landscape in South Africa. Based on 1,000 + consumer interviews performed in Johannesburg, it includes detailed information about the consumer financial services market in the country and insights on topics such as financial products penetration, the credit landscape and the banking competitive landscape.

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    The KFC Index Report by Sagaci Research

    The KFC Index was created by Sagaci Research as an informal way to gauge whether currencies in African countries are “correctly valued”. It is based on the theory of purchasing power parity (PPP), which states that exchange rates should move towards the rate that would equalize the prices of an identical basket of goods and services between two countries. In this case, the concerned goods are KFC´s™ Original 15 pc. Bucket and geographically specific to African countries. The report will be published quarterly to track the changes in consumer prices and currency exchange rates, and hereby shedding light on economic performance, inflation and monetary policies.

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