Aims to be bigger than Jumia & Amazon in Africa…Zoliwa launches in Yaounde, Cameroon
Zoliwa brings online grocery shopping to Cameroon, launching in Bastro, Yaounde. Zoliwa allows customers to shop from trusted favorite local stores with the option to pay using mobile money or choose cash on delivery option.
Customers can buy groceries, home essentials, medication, and alcohol conveniently and all this is delivered to the customers home/doorstep in the morning or afternoon depending on
customer choice. Depending on the time of the order, Zoliwa can deliver within 1 hour of the customer order.
The platform has trained professional shoppers & drivers that ensure the best products are picked in-store and safely delivered to the Zoliwa– customers. Zoliwa is a discount platform aiming to help customers find high-quality affordable deals from local trusted stores. The platform charges a minimum of 6% service of the total order value and charges a flat rate of 2000 CFA Franc Delivery Fee.
The official shopping site is www.zoliwa.com and Zoliwa– has media presence on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter with the username @zoliwashopping
Zoliwa was founded by a Cameroonian Engineer & Entrepreneur Ataba Wunde together with his Glasgow Caledonian University & African Leadership University fellow graduates Piet Motalaota (South Africa) and Mohamed Bangura (Sierra Leone).
Zoliwa– is Pan-African and has ambitious plans to be the biggest and most trusted online marketplace for the African households to buy their weekly and monthly groceries and household essentials using their monthly budget.
Zoliwa– is disrupting retail and moving the multi-billion dollar grocery shopping onto its online platform. Zoliwa– will be expanding across Africa, one city and one country at a time.