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Shoprite joins MTC Knock Project as sponsor

Africa’s largest retail grocer Shoprite bolstered the much-anticipated charity project with a N$50 000 and endorsing entrepreneur and comedian Nevile Basson today, joining corporates NAMDIA, Namibia Housing Enterprise (NHE), NamibRe, Huawei and NamibMills. 

Speaking a press announcement today, Shoprite Head Buyer Patricia Hangula alluded to sentiments that the continental grocer powerhouse is not new at giving to society as it is its mandate to support communities where it can.  

“Shoprite is pleased to support this initiative, motivated by our desire to uplift communities and to contribute to the wellbeing of those in need. It is Shoprite’s mandate to support the community where we can,” said Hangula before unveiling their brand ambassador for the project, Basson.

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