The African Mall in Johannesburg, South Africa, is expected to open next year with a grand opening on February 12, 2019, the company said in a statement on Wednesday.
“The African mall is an iconic cultural and cultural destination that represents our commitment to providing a place where the whole community can come together to celebrate, celebrate, enjoy, and be entertained,” the company added.
“This is a very exciting time for the African community as we celebrate the birth of a new millennium.”
The African Market, which is scheduled to open on February 6, 2019 in the southern town of Breda, will feature a wide range of local products from local manufacturers, as well as imported goods, the statement said.
It will also offer “a new and unique shopping experience for our community, a new destination for our people, and a place to build new friendships with our community.”
“It is our intention to make it an annual event,” it said.
The mall, which opened in 2013 and has become the largest of its kind in the country, has been criticized for not making enough of a mark in the past.
The African Market was not able to attract enough visitors to justify its cost.
It was closed last year, with the mall being transformed into a shopping centre and a sports stadium.