Zimbabwe’s largest grocery chain OK Zimbabwe has assured its customers to remain calm amid grocery fears as the country is hit with unprecedented price increases as a result of supply chain bottle-necks and disruptions, global fuel hikes.
Yesterday OK Zimbabwe Group reopened Bon Marche Mount Pleasant after 8 weeks of closure due to renovations.
In an exclusive interview with TechMagTV ,OK Zimbabwe Group CEO Mr Maxen Karombo said that they have seen it all in the Zimbabwean market for (80)years and very well experienced thorough the turbulence to make sure that Zimbabweans will not run dry and supplies will always be on the shelves even amidst forex crisis.
“We will always provide good services to our customers by proving full range of pricing , in RTGS and also in united state dollars ,”said Mr Karombo
“We have been here for 80 years , they were world wars , pandemics, from Polio to Cholera now Covid 19 ,Zimbabweans are known for being resilient , creative , Zimbabweans are known for making a plan will make a plan ,”
Mr Karombo added that the company is expected to open the first Bon Marche outside Harare in the near future.
OK Zimbabwe’s 63 stores makes it the biggest in the country ahead of rival TM Supermarkets, which has 56 stores. South Africa’s Pick n Pay owns 49 percent in TM Supermarket