Trans-Africa, Sefalana to face competition inquiry


Leading wholesalers, Trans-Africa and Sefalana Cash & Carry, are bracing for a Competition Authority probe into allegations of refusal to deal, which could result in inquiry into the companies’ financials.

This was revealed this week during a hearing held before a Competition Commission in which the competition enforcement agency, Competition Authority (CA), had applied for an extension of time to carry out investigations.

The two wholesalers are being investigated for allegedly refusing to purchase and stock in their wholesale outlets Pure Sugar, a brand of Bokomo Botswana, and Selati Sugar of DCS Tropicana.

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