BMI View: Tourism plays a vital role in the South African economy and the country is home to the most
developed tourism industry in Sub-Saharan Africa. Supporting infrastructure is relatively well developed,
including several major international airports and an extens ..."
BMI View: South African retailers face an extremely challenging 2016, as the country's ongoing economic
malaise combines with new affordability rules, limiting retailers' ability to provide easy in-store credit.
Despite this, over the medium-to-long term the outlook i ..."
BMI View: South Africa possesses the most developed tourism market in Sub Saharan Africa. With a
relatively developed transport infrastructure, areas of natural beauty, safari parks and city destinations, the
country presents a strong proposition to tourists. The coun ..."
"The Future of Retailing in South Africa to 2020" is based upon an extensive, cross-country, industry research program which brings together Verdict Retail's research, modeling, and analysis expertise in order to develop uniquely detailed marke ..."
BMI View: Despite an economic crisis on the horizon, South Africa's retail sector is strengthening, with
international brands, such as H&M, reporting the success of their initial opening stores and making
dramatic expansion plans into the market, which may serve to at ..."
Soap is the leading value category in the developing market of South Africa with consumption driven by the country's large young population. Bath and Shower Products is forecast to register the fastest growth during 2015-2020 while Value trend ..."
The Feminine Hygiene market in South Africa is forecast to register high growth in value and volume terms during 2015-2020. Rapid urban development is driving the growth of Feminine Hygiene products such as Pantilinersand Shields and Internal C ..."
BMI View: South Africa is home to the most developed tourism market in Sub-Saharan Africa, with the
supporting infrastructure to match. Air travel connections are extensive and the hotel market is modern and
competitive, particularly in established tourism destination ..."
BMI View: Despite South Africa's ongoing economic and power supply problems, the retail sector remains
confident and plans for the development of many more shopping malls shows no sign of abatement.
Continued modernisation of the country's urban retail real estate sec ..."
South Africa's retail market for luggage and leather goods will witness a CAGR of 5.2% over 2014-2019, to reach ZAR14.3 billion by 2019. Per capita spending on luggage and leather goods in South Africa is also anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 3 ..."