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Amazon has launched Amazon.co.za, providing customers in South Africa with a new online shopping experience, allowing customers to shop from a selection of local and international brands across 20 different product categories, take advantage of great prices, and enjoy same-day and next-day delivery.

Available via the Amazon Shopping App or via www.amazon.co.za, customers can now discover andFor products fulfilled by Amazon, customers will enjoy free delivery on their first order, followed by free delivery for subsequent orders above R500 (about $27). Amazon.co.za offers hassle-free returns within 30 days via convenient options, including home pickup and self-drop.

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“We are excited to launch Amazon.co.za, along with thousands of independent sellers in South Africa. We provide customers with great value, broad selection—including international and local products—and a convenient delivery experience,” said Robert Koen, managing director of Sub-Saharan Africa, Amazon. “From today, customers can count on Amazon.co.za for a stress-free shopping experience, fast and reliable delivery, access to 3,000 pickup points, 24/7 customer support, and easy returns. Customers will also enjoy free delivery on their first order.”

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Robert Koen, managing director of Sub-Saharan Africa at Amazon stands in front of surfboards and smiles.
Robert Koen, managing director of Sub-Saharan Africa at Amazon.

Launching the Amazon.co.za store with thousands of independent sellers, customers can choose from a wide variety of local brands and South African businesses of all sizes can sell their products to customers across the country through Amazon. The company offers independent sellers access to easy onboarding tools, payment processing solutions, and promotional features to help them get discovered by customers, as well as reports and analytics to improve sales.

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“Building a strong relationship with South African brands and businesses—small or large—is incredibly important to us. We want Amazon.co.za to be the place where they can reach millions of customers,” said Koen. “Today is only the start of Amazon.co.za. We will continue to improve and enhance our shopping experience to serve customers and sellers across South Africa.”

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James Musoba
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