Experts expect Black Friday to be a largely digital affair in 2020 and retailers should already be preparing for the rush.
During lockdown more South Africans turned to online shopping as a necessity. We look at data from FNB and CM.com to see just how much South Africans have relied on ecommerce.
GfK’s latest Consumer Pulse Report, shows South Africans are using online shopping to better prepare for lockdown and life post-COVID-19.
The Click to Pay solution has been rolled out in SA as part of the Visa Checkout platform for online retailers and shoppers.
Facebook Shops is designed to deliver a fully fledged online shopping experience.
The short of it is that Takealot’s offering feels half-baked and could have done with a bit more thought into what was being offered and how deliveries are handled.
Should your business be expanding its operations to cyberspace? The short answer is yes.
The retailer has acquired a certificate from the CIPC allowing it to continue operations during lockdown.
With plenty of transactions expected over the next couple of weeks, instant EFT specialists Ozow list how to stay safe during Black Friday.
The DHL Africa eShop lets you shop internationally with orders and delieveries handled by DHL Express.
The company has added 13 new countries to its ecommerce platform.
The Ultimate Checkout is a sale built on shopper behaviour according to Takealot Group CEO, Kim Reid.
Takealot and Superbalist bring more luxury beauty brands to their online platforms.
Ozow wants to help small businesses thrive by making EFT purchases cheaper for them to process.
Brian Pinnock, cyber security expert at Mimecast MEA, serves up a few tips for safe online shopping this Black Friday.
Naspers has made a huge investment in Takealot, making it the major shareholder in the online retailer.
Peach Payments wants to make it easier for companies to bill and receive cash.
It has more to do about the psychology of shopping than the actual monetary value of online purchases.