The township retail and shopping centre market in South Africa is growing at a rapid pace.

A partnership between the Gauteng province and Massmart will result in the establishment of 500 retail shops within the province’s townships.

Wednesday, 13 August 2014 09:14

Gauteng may aid small firms with property

Gauteng provincial government identifies more than 37,000 properties, many of which it is looking to offer to township businesses.

There is a desperate shortage of affordable rental stock in the Bloemfontein/Manguang Metro area, with flat rentals continuing to rise strongly despite the general weakness of the economy.

Indian and Russian investors have purchased the balance of the Vista Park suburb of Bloemfontein and will shortly be installing the last of the services for phase 4 in a move that is punted as creating 'an ideal new South Africa suburb'. A vaiety of business and community opportunities also present themselves to investors

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