Shoprite Checkers, Computicket accused of anti-competitive behaviour

PUBLISHED: Fri, 21 Dec 2018 14:02:07 GMT

Shoprite Checkers, the holding company of Computicket is being referred to the Competition Tribunal for anti-competitive practices. The retailer is being accused of entering into exclusive agreements to provide ticket distribution services for the entertainment industry. The competition commission have requested that the Tribunal administer a penalty of R14.5 million which is 10 per cent of the Shoprite’s 2018 Annual turnover, as per their financial report available on their website. Joining CNBC Africa for more is Sipho Ngwema, Head of Communications at the Competition Commission of South Africa.

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