CAPE TOWN – Retailer, Pick n Pay, released its financial results for the six months ending 26 August 2018.
The second-largest grocery store chain in South Africa said, that it now has 100 000 active customers using its Pick n Pay store account.
The credit facility was launched in September last year and allows Pick n Pay customers to purchase their groceries and pay at a later date with no joining fees and low interests rates, according to the company.
According to the company, Pick n Pay has given customers R1 billion total credit.
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