JOHANNESBURG, March 3- South African retailer The Foschini Group aims to almost triple the number of its stores across the rest of Africa over the next five years, its chief executive said on Tuesday. Foschini is the biggest reseller of Adidas and Nike products in South Africa where it is the No.3 clothes retailer by market value and operates more than 2,000...» Read More
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