Checkers hyper creates 160 new jobs, with focus on women and youth

Checkers Plettenberg Bay Mall has availed employment opportunities to 160 members of the local community, of which 113 are youngsters aged between 18 and 35, and 98 are women.

Cutting to the chase: Pictured on opening day are, from left. Mark Copeland (Eastern Cape Divisional Manager), Otto Goedde (Manager: SWD Region), mayoral advisor Smuts Mhana, and Bitou deputy mayor Jessica Kamkam – Photo supplied

The state-of-the-art Checkers store promises greater convenience and an elevated customer experience, including wider aisles and shelves. Among the in-store service, departments count an impressive cheese deli, as well as a coffee bar, wine shop, and sushi bar.

To celebrate the stores opening, customers are being treated to countless special offers, in-store competitions, and delicious tasters from the Cheese World range of over 400 speciality products. South Africa’s No I Championship Boerewors, and much more.

The new store officially opened its doors on March 22, and this is what you should know:

Checkers Plettenberg Bay Mall has a total of 15 pay points.In-store fresh food departments include a meat market, fish shop, hot & cold foods deli, bakery, fresh fruit & vegetables, coffee bar, and sushi bar.A range of extensive services are available at the in-store Money Market counter, including payment of municipal or service accounts: buying national lottery, bus, airline, or Computicket event tickets, and more.Trading hours are 8 am to 8 pm from Mondays to Sundays