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Elim Mall to spend R120 million on extensions

Limpopo’s Elim Mall, which is located in the south-east of Makhado formerly Louis Trichardt, is undergoing an expansion at a cost of R120m. ... Full story

R4 billion to improve Limpopo’s N1

South Africa's government is setting aside R4 billion for maintenance and improve conditions on the N1 road between Kranskop and Makhado.

R1 billion Thavhani Mall to open next year

The rapidly growing Thohoyandou town in Limpopo province is set for a major boost when the R1 billion Thavhani Mall opens its doors on 24 August next year.

'American-style' mall to serve Thohoyandou

Consortium called Thavhani Property Investments is set to build a mall worth R950m in Limpopo.

New mining puts the shine on Mokopane property market

The recently granted license for new mining activity near Mokopane in Limpopo is bound to give the town’s economy and property market a major boost as rights holder Ivanplats injects some R17bn into its new operation.

DBSA funds R300m student accommodation at UNIVEN

The University of Venda (UNIVEN) will soon be able to accommodate more students, thanks to a R300-million loan agreement from Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA) for the construction of student accommodation.

Limpopo Premier aims to grow the provincial economy by 5%

Delivering his State of the Province Address at the Lebowa-Kgomo Legislature on Thursday, Limpopo Premier, Stanley Mathabatha has set a target to grow the provincial economy by 5% by 2019.

Limpopo gets double dose Investment, Mamba Cement and Thavhani Mall

Good news for Limpopo as the province received double dose capital investments of R2 billion in a week's time, a new cement plant in Northam, namely Mamba Cement and a regional Thavhani Mall in Thohoyandou.

Property Body concerned by Polokwane valuations irregularities

Commercial property sector representative body, the South African Property Owners’ Association (SAPOA) is taking a proactive and long-term view on tackling key property-related challenges in the City of Polokwane.

De Beers launches R20 billion Venetia underground Project

De Beers, a division of Anglo American, last week began construction of a new underground mine beneath its open pit Venetia Mine in Limpopo Province.

Limpopo cleanup welcomed by South Africa’s property sector

Radical changes in the Limpopo Provincial Government by Cabinet’s recent announcement of new administration for five departments has been welcomed by the South African Property Owners Association (SAPOA).

Julius Malema’s farm fetches R2.5-million on Auction

The 140-hectare cabbage and tomato farm belonging to former ANC Youth League president Julius Malema, was sold for R2.5 million at the auction on Monday, although it is actually worth about R4 million.

New Infrastructure developments underway in Limpopo's town of Lephalale

Limpopo Premier Cassel Mathale said on thursday that a professional team had been appointed to develop a Community Residential Unit which will assist in meeting the growing demands for a new township in the area.

Nedbank injects money into new major Shopping Centre in Zebediela Limpopo

Consumers in the rural village of Moletlane, Zebediela in the Limpopo Province are set to benefit from a conveniently-located new shopping precinct following the recent announcement by Nedbank Corporate Property Finance that it has financed and taken an equity stake in the 15 016m² Zebediela Plaza.

Festive shoppers flock to Mall of the North

Festive shopper numbers rocketed by roughly 16% at Mall of the North super-regional shopping centre in Polokwane in December 2012, defying the prevailing tough economic conditions in South Africa.

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