Rescue workers and their dogs on Wednesday were sifting through the rubble of a South African ... The reason for the collapse isn’t yet known. But one politician, the district mayor, said local officials had already warned mall workers …
The contempt, the utter contempt, with which poor people are treated in South Africa is coming soon, to a mall near you. Written by Richard Pithouse, politics lecturer at Rhodes University. First published on The South African Civil Society …
History was made at Gateway Mall on Saturday when American Gospel Hip-Hop icon ... Kelly Kay and Tsar Leo warming the stage, South Africa songstress Lilly Million also performed before Da T.R.U.T.H appeared on stage to the …
The news closely followed a similar, though far less deadly, collapse of an unfinished shopping mall in South Africa this week. Both events underscore the risk posed in public spaces as a result of allegedly shoddy construction. In both …
This is in relation to the Tongaat Mall collapse that claimed two lives and left 29 others ... the upcoming Workers’ Month to raise awareness levels amongst workers in South Africa about their rights and responsibilities. Media are welcome …
It started with the exit of foreign (read South African) retailers from the country ... chief amongst which are – High mall rental rates – these are dollarized and for the average Nigerian retailer constitutes about 20% of sales.
Fallen empires influence the regions of their past dominion long after their collapse. In South Africa, a land that had been torn apart ... of “The Force Awakens” at an upscale shopping mall with its own Mercedes-Benz showroom, I caught the …
Rescue workers in South Africa continue to search for dozens of people feared ... It is unclear what caused the mall to collapse near the town of Tongaat but the Deputy Mayor says local authorities had tried to halt construction a month ago.
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