Mbabane: Alliance foods has opened yet another shops, KFC and Pick n Pay Lojaf in Malkerns square. Opening of these shops marks the opening of the Malkerns retail housed at the Malkerns square, a property owned by the African Alliance.
The opening of the KFC and Pick n pay in Malkerns square saw a number of people coming for shopping in the grand opining.
The opening was attended by top executives from KFC and Pick n Pay Lojaf.
Alliance foods is a subsidiary of African alliance
There is no denying on the African Alliance’s upward growth trend and the group’s strong presence in different sectors of the economy, including retail and property.
To date, African Alliance owned businesses include KFC and Lojaf, which operates the Pick n Pay franchise in Mbabane, Matsapha, Manzini and Nhlangano. The same company, whose Chairman in Eswatini is S’thofeni Ginindza, also owns a major stake in well-established companies like Select Management Services, Orchard Insurance, Greystone Partners.
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