Blantyre Sana hyperstore to create 100 new jobs


The new Sana Hyperstore set to open its doors in Blantyre this week end is set create about one hundred new jobs Nyasa Times understands.

Sana shops

The new hyperstore will bring to seven the number of Sana shops in Blantyre.

To be opened on December 14, the new hyperstore  is situated along the Masauko ChipembereHighway in the Northgate Mall and will be stocking almost everything a moderncustomer desires.

Managing Director for the company Rauf Chaudrey explained in an interview with Nyasa Times that they decided  toopen the new store following customer requests.

He said. “We have embarked on an ambitious expansion drive which will see usbringing to seven the number of shops in Blantyre. Customers in the southernregion  have been very supportive over the years and when they asked us toopen a new shop we could not decline.”

On job creation, Chaudrey said the company will always strive to offer Malawiansa chance to work for the company so that they can also help in the developmentof the country through paying taxes.

“We have been able to beat competition because we do not just think of makingprofits but giving our customers competitive prices. This shop will help us employ100 new jobs and during the opening day, there will be a lot of activities andlucky customers will go away with some nice pleasantries this being Christmasperiod,” said Chaudrey.

A Blantyre resident Gloria Mwandama from Lunzu said the new shop is convenientlysituated giving many residents in the city a chance to shop in the newhyperstore.

“Sana shops give us a chance to make shopping  with less money. In thesetough economic times we need more shops like Sana because prices forcommodities are very competitive,” said Mwandama.

Sana Cash and Carry has been in Malawi for over fifteen years and has shops inLilongwe, Blantyre, Mzuzu and Zomba.

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Nicky
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Nicky

I love Sana, but I just wish they would keep their shops clean. Unclean shops can really ruin your shopping experience. They are not up to par with their competitors Game and Shoprite or even locally owned shops like Chipiku and Peoples If they have money to expand then they should have enough money to keep their shops clean.

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Jumbo

Rauf, I knew him way back1996 wen he was based at Nkhotakota with just one small shop. A very humble,hard working man.

That was 22yrs ago.
Yes hard working pays not quick money.

Jumbo
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Jumbo

Rauf a very hard working man, knew him way back in 1996 (22yrs ago)wen he was based at Nkhitakota,with just one shop…
Yes hard work pays, not quick money.

Katakwe
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Job is job whether for middle class or otherwise since not all the people have the same qualiifications and skills. Is Chilima not vindicated when some Thomases keep saying creating 1 million jobs in a year is not possible?

Make Malawi Great
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Make Malawi Great

These 100, 400, 800 jobs pay 30,000 a month sick and tired of hearing this can we be creating middle classes when china talks of job creation they speaking of a raising middle class! Lets be creating Millionaires in this 21st cen. these indians and Chinese don’t mask as with these jobs creations you mistreat, underpay and overwork locals!! Time to see the bigger picture now

Hlabezulu Ngonoonda
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Hlabezulu Ngonoonda

They indeed mistreat, underpay and overwork local Malawians. On the other hand, illegal Asians will be working in these places as HR managers, financial managers and Auditors, and to succeed in recruiting illegal Asians, they will bend knees of Immigration officers.

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