Advertise with

Pick n Pay: Board gets new non-executives
Pick n Pay: Board gets new non-executives

Pick n Pay: Board gets new non-executives


IOL Business - Dec 18th, 10:19

Pick n Pay had appointed two new non-executive directors, Audrey Mothupi and David Friedland, the food retailer said yesterday.

Prior to her new role, Mothupi was the chief executive of Systemic Logic Group and a former head of inclusive banking at Standard Bank.

Friedland has been a Pick n Pay external auditor, having been its engagement partner with KPMG until 2007© Independent On-line 2013. All rights reserved.: 

Read more about: retail chain | pick n pay | board members

Related News

Tesco set to enter India's supermarket groups
19/12/2013 - 12:55
Mumbai - Britain's Tesco is set to become the first foreign supermarket to venture into India's $500bn retail sector after announcing it had applied to buy a 50% stake in Tata Group's Trent Hypermarket.

Tuskys Supermarkets closed, Kenya
19/12/2013 - 10:41
All 52 Tuskys supermarkets branches have been closed after employees downed their tools to protest at management's refusal to honour Collective Bargaining Agreement. - See more at:

Kenyan retail giant, Nakumatt, spends Sh86 million on call service
17/12/2013 - 08:53
Giant retailer Nakumatt Holdings has invested Sh86 million on new customer service programmes among them a contact centre unveiled Friday.

Pick n Pay’s Zimbabwean partner bullish about prospects
03/12/2013 - 09:35
Harare - John Moxon, the chairman of Zimbabwe’s Meikles Africa, which runs TM Supermarkets jointly with South African grocer Pick n Pay, is bullish about future prospects in the country’s retail industry, saying the company has adopted a robust expansion plan to capitalise on the expected shift for the better in consumer spending patterns.

Pick n Pay opens two premium stores as part of six month plan to open 64 stores
29/11/2013 - 10:27
After an improved performance at the half year, Pick n Pay is demonstrating its commitment to pursuing positive growth through focused, streamlined operations and an expanding store footprint, with plans to open over 60 new stores in the six months to end February 2014.