By David Nduuvundi |

The Rani Group of Companies on Friday expanded its brand in the north of Namibia by opening a new wholesale and retail outlet at Opuwo in the Kunene Region.

This, according to Mr Ali Dharani, owner of the company, is part of efforts to bring their services closer to the people.

Rani’s services include the supply of basic and daily necessities to consumers such as food items, cosmetics, stationeries, and others.

Mr Dharani said that with the opening of the new wholesale and retail, the move has also resulted in job creation for 80 Namibians.

The company also recently handed over 240 loaves of bread to the Opuwo District Hospital.

The hospital became the first beneficiary of the newly-baked bread after the company tested and installed a new bread baking machine that will be used to supply daily fresh bread in their wholesale and retail shop.

He indicated that the first thing they did was to identify those that may need the bread more “and our patients at the hospital and children became the first priority.”

According to him, “this is not because we have much, but because we believe that giving is ‘divine blessings.’”

THE new wholesale & retailer in Opuwo, the capital city of Kunene Region.