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de Klerk, Vic
May 2010
Finweek;5/6/2010, p44
The article announces the opening the new Zambezi Mall shopping centre located at the north-east of Pretoria, South Africa. It notes that the 30,000 square meter establishment was developed by Capicol and promoted by Sharemax. It has been valued at more than 1 billion Rand, in which investors put approximately 543 million Rand between January 2008 and March 2009.


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