Straight out of Matric. It was my first job… Most jobs [at Shoprite] I didn’t hold for more than three years… The journey was good!— Ram Harisunker
Ram Harisunker celebrates 50 years working for the Shoprite Group this month.
He started his distinguished career as a “receiving clerk”.
Today he is a Director on the main board.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and scroll down for more quotes from it).
I got an offer last week… in India. I’ve had plenty of offers in my life!— Ram Harisunker
I didn’t work for a company I worked for ‘my business’…— Ram Harisunker
You can’t replace experience…— Ram Harisunker
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