• Choppies faces fire and fury in Zimbabwe

    January has been an eventful month for the Botswanan supermarket chain in one of its most important international markets. Riots sparked by the government’s January 12th announcement that it was more than doubling the retail price of fuel saw nine Choppies outlets in Harare and Bulawayo looted, with four of these extensively damaged by fire.

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  • Choppies gets chopped from Botswanan borse

    Botswanan supermarket chain Choppies has missed another deadline to publish its annual results (for the 12 months to June 2018), prompting the Botswanan Stock Exchange (BSE) to suspend trading in its shares. In a statement, the BSE stated that trading in Choppies’ shares “will remain suspended until the company complies with BSE listings requirements or

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  • What’s up with Choppies?

    On September 21st, Choppies announced that it was to delay publication of its financial results for the 12 months to June 2018, adding that its profits would decline by at least 20% year-on-year.

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