Maluti Crescent Shopping Centre will open on 21 March 2019 when it will officially become the largest shopping centre in Phuthaditjhaba in the Free State.

“Focused specialisation will be a key driver of sustainable investment performance in the SA listed property sector,” says Synergy Income Fund CEO William Brooks. “ This statment follows the fund's recent acquisitions which reinforce Synergy’s specialised retail offering in the listed property sector. Despite recent rumblings from other listed funds about quitting or at least reducing their rural retail focus in SA, Brooks believes that their focus on the lower LSM high growth market will deliver investor value strengthened by strong operational strategies and controls

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