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Traditional trade triumphs at the tills

  • South African retail sector records R519bn in annual sales

  • Stabilisation in alcohol sales recovery

  • Top manufacturers seeing strong double-digit growth
 15 Jun 2022 Read more

Fresh data highlights 109% rise in online bread sales

The South African e-commerce sector has exploded over the last two years and to help manufacturers and retailers keep track of this NielsenIQ has established a robust e-commerce data tracking solution in partnership with some of South Africa's largest brick and mortar and online retailers. 3 Jun 2022 Read more

South Africa's significant shopping shifts and the data that found them

Until 26 March 2020, when South Africa entered the Covid-19-induced hard lockdown, the week after the 25th of the month was the busiest week for retailers. Also known as payday week, sales were 11.6% higher than any other week of the month followed by the first week of the month that was 7.6% higher than other weeks. 20 Apr 2022 Read more

Amidst global upheavals new data reveals full effects of consumer inflation

Amidst the ongoing fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic and the aftershocks of creeping cost pressures and higher basket spend, NielsenIQ analysis of its South African Retailer Measurement Service data has revealed that almost 60% of the top consumer goods product categories experienced price increases ahead of Consumer Price Inflation (CPI) during Quarter 4, 2021. 1 Mar 2022 Read more

South African shoppers feel effects of recovery rollercoaster

Two-thirds of South African consumers remain convinced of the long term effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and believe the country will only be free of its direct impacts beyond 2023. This is the highest percentage amongst the 16 countries surveyed in the newly released NielsenIQ 2022 South African Consumer Outlook Study, which has revealed a substantially altered picture of local consumers. The report has significant implications in light of consumers' changed priorities and is critically important in terms of evaluating how these will affect their spending habits and product choices. 27 Jan 2022 Read more

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