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Thursday, 24 March 2016 13:55

Shopping centres grow as purses shrink

The question is whether SA can support another mall.

Cape property entrepreneur Stuart Chait has sold his interests in trendy Jo’burg work, live, play and shop precinct Melrose Arch to co-owner Amdec in a lucrative deal.

Friday, 23 February 2007 02:00

It's Bain vs the landlords

Bain, the US private equity fund that is paying R25bn for listed retail giant Edcon, may have struck a snag with the landlords of the 1m m² of retail space that Edcon occupies in shopping centres.

South Africa's real value added in construction, as reported by Statistics SA, continues to lag other building indicators.

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