Conscious consumers are championing the resale of goods to reduce waste and extend the active life of garments and other products, and innovators in the retail sector are responding.

The weeks that followed the hard lockdown at the end of March have been inconceivable for retailers.

Friday, 15 December 2017 13:48

Christmas shopping predictions 2017

It is no secret, consumers are feeling the pinch.

South African consumers took to the shopping centres around the country to maximise on the Black Friday deals on offer hosted by retailers representing all categories from toys to electronics.

With a 21% increase in shopper numbers on Black Friday, continuous growth in trade throughout the year, an improved shopping experience and all the added festive shopping services anyone could want, Mall of the North is expecting a bumper Christmas season.

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