By David Nduuvundi|

Names of over 40 people got added on the payroll of Rani Group of Companies after the retail and wholesale giant opened a new shop in the Wanaheda suburb of Windhoek.

The opening, which coincided with Namibia’s 33 independence celebration, was indication that by extending their retail and wholesale business to the country’s centre, the Rani Group’s goal of bringing affordable consumer products closer to the people’s doorsteps has not changed.

To provide their service closer to the people, the company opened its doors to consumers in Windhoek, Namibia’s capital and most populated city, just shortly after the business opened a shop in the Kunene Region’s main town, Opuwo.

In addition to the 80 individuals employed in the Kunene Region, the store at Wanaheda created 45 more jobs.

Group Managing Director Mr Ali Dharani stated that they seek to help Namibians find work through their business which specialises in bringing quality products closer to the population at affordable prices.

In the photo: Consumers shopping at the brand new Rani shop in Wanaheda.