The Princess Mkabayi Mall is co-owned by the reputable partnership of Moolman Group, Twin City, JB Holdings, and Green Giraffe, which has a well-established track record of partnering on and delivering, various large and successful projects.
The Moolman Group’s Steph Beyers says this shareholder partnership is excited about the prospect of offering Vryheid and the surrounding regions a centralised retail proposition.
“We are pleased and proud to move ahead on this long-awaited project and further encouraged by the enthusiastic retailer response. This is an incredible achievement for all,” says Beyers.
Situated on a prime, easily accessible 23ha site, Princess Mkabayi Mall will be home to an exciting mix of national tenants and retailers that are not yet represented in the region. It will be anchored by Shoprite, Checkers, Dis-Chem, Woolworths with a food offering, and Clicks. Other new additions include Cape Union Mart, Old Khaki, Crazy Plastics, and Crazy Pets.
In addition to the obvious retail advantages of the mall, its location on Oos Street – bound by Vryheid Airport and Hoërskool Pionier – makes it ideal for shoppers. Furthermore, it is positioned just south of Vryheid’s centre, on a juncture of main roads that lead to schools, residential neighbourhoods, and other outlying areas, and within close proximity to both the Lake Side and Bheka Zala townships.
Access to, and exit from, the shopping centre’s 831 free open parking bays will be via two entrances, and public transport will enjoy the central taxi rank.