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Central Square at Menlyn Maine opened today in Tshwane, introducing some of SA’s most environmentally-friendly, customer-friendly and innovative shopping experiences.

National Treasury has announced that government has sold its stake in Vodacom to the Public Investment Corporation (PIC) to raise funds for a R23 billion allocation to Eskom.

Central Square set to be a vibrant new R1.8 billion public piazza, shopping and leisure hub at Menlyn Maine.

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PIC to compete with listed firms

The Public Investment Corporation (PIC), which plans to invest about R70bn in property assets over the next five years, is increasingly going to be competing with listed property companies for scarce property stock

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