• With its expansive presence, Pepkor acknowledges its unique responsibility to drive positive change and economic opportunity within the communities it serves.

  • In 2019, the South African Retail Clothing, Textile, Footwear, and Leather (R-CTFL) sectors embarked on a transformative journey known as the ‘Retail Master Plan’.

  • Hammarsdale serves as home to Pepkor’s distribution centres (DCs) for a number of business units, including Ackermans, PEP and all Speciality brands, such as Dunns, Tekkie Town, CODE, Refinery, S.P.C.C and Shoe City.

  • The Pepkor group is undertaking a simple yet impactful change through its PEP and Ackermans brands, as well as within its logistics division, Pepkor Logistics (PKL).

  • In the heart of South Africa's vibrant townships, an initiative is transforming the lives of local communities, brought to life through Pepkor Speciality's Township Economy Project.

  • Learnerships are structured programmes that afford employees the opportunity to work, gain experience and study towards a recognised qualification.

  • The logistics involved in ensuring that product ranges from the Pepkor distribution centres are delivered timeously and efficiently across such a large and diverse footprint is a massive undertaking.

  • After years of robust planning, PEP, the largest single-brand retailer in South Africa, launched PEP mini netball festivals in April 2023 in partnership with South African Schools Netball (SASN).

  • The recyclable plastic carrier bags were phased in from August 2020, as part of PEP’s conscious decision to remove single-use plastic shopping bags from stores.

  • The recyclable plastic carrier bags were phased in from August 2020, as part of PEP’s conscious decision to remove single-use plastic shopping bags from stores.