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The USD95 million Kumasi City Mall developed by leading South African property development and investment company Atterbury has opened to become Atterbury’s fourth retail development in Ghana.

The new Kumasi City Mall in Ghana’s city of Kumasi will open on 20 April 2017.

While most of last year was a pleasing one for Hyprop shareholders, 2016 has begun on a poor note. In fact, 2015 ended with little good news from the marketplace, as the stock plunged after a months-long rally.

Attacq today announced its maiden half-year results since listing on the JSE on 14 October 2013.

Hyprop Investments' share price falls 4% over the past week‚ creating what some believe is a temporary buying opportunity for investors keen to share in the spoils of SA's largest shopping centres and the burgeoning consumer markets of Ghana and Zambia.

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