The Mall of Africa opened its doors on 28 April 2016. With over 130 000m2 of retail space, boasting over 300 stores covering everything from local and international brands, delicious restaurants and plenty of entertainment for both young and old, you’re sure to find everything you seek at this world-class centre. The Mall of Africa also has uniquely identified court areas – Food Court, Town Square, Woolworths Court, Crystal Court, and Pick n Pay Court – which ensures shoppers have easy navigation throughout the centre.
What Are You Looking For?
Home to over 300 stores, offering everything from the latest fashion and trendy footwear to beautiful accessories, cool gadgets and tech, kids goodies and much more, you’re sure to find exactly what you’re looking for at The Mall of Africa. There’s a vast array of both local and international brands to enjoy and browse through, including Al Capone, Armani Exchange, Babor, Bargain Books, Claire’s, Converse, Dis-Chem, Fabiani, Frasers, GX & Co, Incredible Connection and many more. Shoppers will be spoilt for choice!
Explore Shopping at The Mall of Africa.
Whether you’re in the mood from some moreish Greek cuisine, craving some delicious sushi, have a bit of a sweet tooth or simply just want to dine out with the family, the Mall of Africa has a wide range of amazing restaurants for you to choose from. You can grab something on-the-go from their variety of fast food joints or you can take a seat, relax and enjoy a sit-down meal. A few restaurants you’ll find at The Mall of Africa includes tasha’s, Ocean Basket, Casa Bella, Mythos, Kream, Wasabi and many more. You’ll definitely delight your taste buds with their selection of dining options.
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Grab the kids, head to The Mall of Africa’s Ster-Kinekor cinema and catch the latest movies on the big screen! There’s sure to be a film on circuit perfect for any occasion, whether it’s something to enjoy watching with your kids, a film that’ll have you on the edge or jumping out of your seat, or a movie that’s perfect for your next date night. The Mall of Africa also boasts an IMAX theatre for a thrilling 3D movie viewing experience! Click here to see what’s currently on circuit at The Mall of Africa.
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Other than all of the retail, dining and entertainment destination The Mall of Africa has to offer, they also provide shoppers with a couple services to ensure their experience at the shopping centre is one of ease and convenience. Did you know that the Gautrain bus service will take you right to The Mall of Africa? This service is available on Saturdays and Sundays from the Midrand station and will take you directly to the mall, drop off is located near entrance 6. Click here to find out more about the bus routes. There’s also a designated Uber pick up area which can be found at drop off 8. Other services include Foto First, Kitwe Drycleaners and Locksmiths, Levingers, Pinpoint Security and Tip Top Tailors.
You can expect ample parking at The Mall of Africa! They’ve got 6 500 parking bays ready and waiting for your next visit. But if you’re wondering what the parking rates are during the week and over the weekend, here they are:
- 0 – 3 hours: R10
- 3 – 6 hours: R20
- 6 – 7 hours: R30
- 7 – 8 hours: R50
- 8 – 24 hours: R80
- Weekend Rate (Satuday and Sunday): R10
- Public Holidays: R10
- Lost ticket: R80
Click here for more information on parking at The Mall of Africa.
- Monday – Saturday: 09:00 – 20:00
- Sunday: 10:00 – 20:00
- Public Holidays: 10:00 – 20:00
Click here for detail trading hours for various tenants within The Mall of Africa.
Tel: 010 596 1470
Address: Lone Creek Crescent and Magwa Crescent, Waterfall City, Midrand, Johannesburg.