[LISTEN] Pick 'n Pay to allow customers to buy food on credit

The supermarket says it will use its Smart Shopper card programme to select shoppers who qualify to buy on credit.

CAPE TOWN - Pick n Pay is the latest store to join Woolworths and other stores in offering its customers the option of purchasing groceries on credit.

The supermarket says it will use its Smart Shopper card programme to select shoppers who qualify to buy on credit.

Pick n Pay deputy CEO Richard van Rensburg says the store accounts have been designed to exclude hidden fees that exacerbate the cost of credit and charge the lowest monthly fee of R10.

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