Sefalana Adds 350 Jobs, Pledges 600 More

Sefalana Group MD chandra Chauhan and guests look on as Bakwena Kgosi, Kgari Sechele cuts the cake to mark the official opening of Shoppers Molepolole PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG
Sefalana Group MD chandra Chauhan and guests look on as Bakwena Kgosi, Kgari Sechele cuts the cake to mark the official opening of Shoppers Molepolole PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG

Despite the economic challenges posed by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, major retailer Sefalana Trading is adding 350 new jobs into the economy this year, with a further 600 pledged for 2021.

Speaking at the re-opening of the revamped Molepolole Shopper store, which sits on a 1,800-square metre land, Sefalana Group’s managing director, Chandra Chauhan said he had pledged to create 600 jobs this year in support of President Mokgweetsi Masisi’s drive for job creation.  

However, the group only managed to create 350 new jobs during challenging times of depressed sales, lockdowns and no liquor trade. 

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