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Coffee in South Africa

15 Feb 2018  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
As consumers change their lifestyles in line with global trends, more millennials are expected to embrace the coffee culture. Likewise, increased volume sales of Nespresso machines will continue to boost demand for fresh ground coffee pods. This development is expected to spread to Dolce Gusto compa...
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South Africa Water Purifiers Market By Technology (Reverse Osmosis, Ultraviolet & Gravity), By Sales Channel (Direct Vs. Indirect), Competition Forecast & Opportunities, 2012 - 2022

05 Feb 2018  |  Published by:  TechSci Research
According to “South Africa Water Purifiers Market By Technology, By Sales Channel, Competition Forecast & Opportunities, 2012 - 2022”, South Africa water purifiers market is projected to reach $ 286 million by 2022, on account of deteriorating quality of freshwater sources, growing threat of wat...
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South Africa Desalination Plant Market By Technology (Reverse Osmosis, Thermal & Others), By Feed Source (Seawater, Brackish, River & Others), By End Use (Municipal, Industrial & Others), Competition Forecast & Opportunities, 2013 - 2023

05 Feb 2018  |  Published by:  TechSci Research
According to “South Africa Desalination Plant Market By Technology, By Feed Source, By End Use, Competition Forecast & Opportunities, 2013 – 2023”, South Africa desalination plant market’s installed capacity to reach 0.77 million cubic meters per day. Demand for desalination plants is expected t...
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Luxury Hotels (5-Star Plus) in South Africa

02 Feb 2018  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
South African hotels are visited by both domestic and international travellers. However, the high price of luxury hotels very often makes them accessible only to a niche group of local travellers, ie high income earners and the wealthy. The weaker rand, on the other hand, is making travel to South A...
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Luxury Cars in South Africa

02 Feb 2018  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Luxury cars registered retail value growth in 2017, after experiencing decline in the previous year. Luxury cars are still in demand by high net worth individuals as they are the ultimate status symbol. While most of the population are crippled by declining disposable income and rising unemployment,...
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Luxury Timepieces in South Africa

02 Feb 2018  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
There is a growing appetite among locals for luxury brands, especially accessories such as jewellery and watches. For consumers who are unable to purchase new products, second-hand items are often the next best option. This niche and lucrative segment of luxury timepieces has been identified by some...
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Luxury Portable Consumer Electronics in South Africa

02 Feb 2018  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Luxury items still represent a small niche of overall portable consumer electronics in South Africa, as they appeal to a limited group of people, namely connoisseurs and those with the discretionary income to purchase such items with a hefty price tag. Sales are driven primarily by African consumers...
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Luxury Leather Goods in South Africa

02 Feb 2018  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
South Africans are highly aspirational consumers and international handbags such as Louis Vuitton, Michael Kors and Chanel are perceived as status symbols, driving the demand for luxury brands. For African women wearing traditional outfits, an international branded handbag is the ideal way to show t...
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Luxury Jewellery in South Africa

02 Feb 2018  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
High net worth individuals look for unique and customised pieces in terms of designs and the quality of precious stones used. It is popular for African consumers to buy loose stones and seek unique and high-quality craftsmanship to design and make custom-made jewellery. Designers present in this nic...
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Luxury Eyewear in South Africa

02 Feb 2018  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Luxury eyewear sales are driven by wealthy shoppers and aspirational consumers. The wealthy are price-inelastic and prefer luxury and high-end brands such as Chanel and Tom Ford. Aspirational consumers, who are more price-sensitive and tend to finance the purchase of luxury items through credit, pre...
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Super Premium Beauty and Personal Care in South Africa

02 Feb 2018  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Retail value growth decelerated over the review period, but super premium beauty and personal care displayed resilience in a difficult consumer environment characterised by declining disposable income and more stringent credit regulations. Aspirational and upper-middle-income consumers, who are leas...
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Luxury Writing Instruments and Stationery in South Africa

02 Feb 2018  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Blue chip companies, especially financial companies, have a strong preference for luxury writing instruments as corporate gifts to reward top-performing employees. Trade interviews point out that, through such corporate gifts, employees are introduced to the brand. Very often they end up being retur...
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Luxury Goods in South Africa

02 Feb 2018  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
South Africas real GDP growth was below 1% in 2017, with the country slipping into recession at the beginning of the year. Low consumer demand and confidence levels due to rising unemployment and unit prices have impacted discretionary spending. On the regional front, neighbouring African countries ...
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Fine Wines/Champagne and Spirits in South Africa

02 Feb 2018  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
South Africa has a well-established wine culture among its locals. There are many wine festivals organised which attract local and international attention. Local consumers, being wine connoisseurs, have developed a more sophisticated taste and a preference for more premium and luxury brands, which a...
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Designer Apparel and Footwear (Ready-To-Wear) in South Africa

02 Feb 2018  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
International luxury brands often use Sandton City as their first foray into Africa, as it is regarded as a luxury shopping hub and has a well-established retail infrastructure. High net worth individuals from countries like Nigeria, Angola and Mozambique constitute an important client base for Sout...
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