Iconic US brand Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen is coming to South Africa!
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Siyaghopa Trading Group CEO Jaye Sinclair.
Siyaghopa Trading Group is the South African franchisee.
It will open the first Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen in Sandton City, Johannesburg.
Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen was founded in New Orleans back in 1972.
It is a global fried chicken leader.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
Popeyes catered at Beyoncé’s wedding.— Jaye Sinclair, Siyaghopa Trading Group
KFC hasn’t had real competition [in South Africa].— Jaye Sinclair, Siyaghopa Trading Group
It’s great quality food at the right price.— Jaye Sinclair, Siyaghopa Trading Group
We’re opening six or seven stores this year.— Jaye Sinclair, Siyaghopa Trading Group
There’s a big gap in drive-throughs, especially in the chicken sector.— Jaye Sinclair, Siyaghopa Trading Group
We’re going to ruffle some feathers!— Jaye Sinclair, Siyaghopa Trading Group
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