Shoprite Bursary

Shoprite Bursaries Available

Shoprite Bursaries is inviting student who are currently studying accounting or have interest in studying accounting in any or South Africa’s higher education institutions.

If your interested then this is your chance in applying for this opportunity. Below are the details of the bursary and requirements.

Shoprite Bursaries Requirements

Grade 12 with an average of 70%
Available for 1st, 2nd, 3rd year and honours students

Student Shoprite Bursaries Purpose

The Bursary aims at attracting and funding talented students who has ambitions in becoming Chartered Accouting and becoming part of the Shoprite finance team after completion of their studies.

How To Apply for Shoprite Bursaries?

All student bursary application forms available https://shoprite.bursary.erecruit.co.za/candidateapp/Jobs/View/151222-7/Bursary-_Accounting_(CA_Stream)_2016

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About Shoprite

40 years ago Shoprite made a promise to lower their prices and that promise has been kept ever since. More than just words, this promise has formed the very foundation of our business and has helped us grow into Africa’s largest food retailer. Today, with over 500 outlets and 22 million shoppers, we continue to provide many communities with a variety of food products, household goods and small appliances at our lowest possible prices.

Shoprite understand that life can be hectic as a result we have ensured that our low prices on household essentials are kept and making it simple and quickly for you to do your shopping. Thanks to our Money Market services, you can pay accounts, send money, book bus tickets and even take care of insurance in-store. You’ll also find LiquorShop and MediRite Pharmacy at some of our outlets.

Our role in job creation

Even through some very tough economic times, we not only managed to prevent job losses, but also helped to create thousands more. Shoprite’s stores have a current estimate of 130 000 employees. Apart from keeping our prices low, Shoprite does food subsidies to assist disadvantaged household through hard times. Saving twenty million rand subsidy.