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.
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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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