The Pizza Hut restaurant brand has returned to South Africa, with the first outlet expected to open in Johannesburg next week.
Pizza Hut is owned by US restaurant group Yum! Brands, which is also the company behind KFC and Taco Bell.
A Yum! corporate communications manager confirmed to How we made it in Africa on Sunday that the Pizza Hut outlet at the Honeydew Village Shopping Centre will open for the public on 18 September.
In Africa, Pizza Hut already has a presence in Egypt, Morocco and Mauritius.
Increasingly busy lifestyles and rising incomes are driving the growth of quick service restaurants in Africa.
KFC already has hundreds of stores in South Africa. Over the past few years KFC has also expanded north of South Africa’s borders into countries such as Angola, Nigeria, Malawi, Kenya and Zambia, to name a few.
Read more at How We Made It In Africa
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