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Edgars at the World Trade and Convention Center, located in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia Jet a store for the mid-to-upper income families of southern Africa.


Edgars Stores Limited is a retailer offering clothing and merchandise. The Company's segments include Edgars, Jet, Manufacturing and Corporate. Its core business is the retailing of clothing, footwear, textiles and accessories. The Company's business is organized into two units: manufacturing and retailing. The Edgars segment provides shopping for the middle to upper-income groups. The Jet segment offers clothing, as well as items sold by general dealers, such as white goods, kitchenware, hardware and a variety of other goods. The Company's manufacturing business unit includes Carousel (Private) Limited, which produces a range of denim, ladies', children's and gents' casual wear that it supplies to the Company's retail divisions, as well as to other retailers. The Company also offers six months to pay account. The Company offers Kingdom and Agribank swipe machines at selected Edgars stores.

In 2018 Edgars introduced a new, larger 8,000 square meter store in Fourways Mall in Johannesburg, featuring trees, play areas, a coffee shop, “beauty rooms” where customers can get makeovers, and a section that allows customers to print their own text or images on clothing. Edgars promoted the new prototype store design as "a bit like a town square, a multi-sensory, tree-lined central social space". (Source: en.wikipedia.org)


Edgars is a national department store serving middle and upper income families of southern Africa with value priced essentials, bona fide national and international brands and appropriate fashion. It aims to be the retail service leader in clothing, footwear, textiles, accessories and cosmetics with more than 150 facias, and over 5000 employees. Edgars is a dominant force in every community it serves. The chain offers clear value to customers on price, quality and being in stock of the most wanted products.

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