This sounds like hell on Earth!— Bruce Whitfield, The Money Show
It certainly is heaven!— Olive Ndebele, Menlyn Park Shopping Centre
Menlyn Park Shopping Centre in Pretoria is undergoing a R2-billion redevelopment that will make it the largest mall in Africa.
It will have more than 500 shops.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Menlyn Park General Manager Olive Ndebele.
Scroll down for more quotes from the audio below.
This is the ultimate in retail therapy!— Olive Ndebele, Menlyn Park Shopping Centre
There is only one shopping centre in the southern hemisphere – in Australia – bigger than us.— Olive Ndebele, Menlyn Park Shopping Centre
We educate you to park at the nearest destination.— Olive Ndebele, Menlyn Park Shopping Centre
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