Rustenburg Mall successfully opened on 29 April 2021. The state-of-the-art 40 000 m² mall was designed by MDS Architecture and developed by Moolman Group, in partnership with Twin City and JB Holdings. It offers one-stop-shopping solution in a convenient and safe environment with ample free parking. A family-friendly experience is central to the development, customers can socialise and escape the Rustenburg heat in a climate-controlled milieu.
One of the mall’s main attractions is The Marketplace – a central entertainment area with striking architecture, greenery, trees, mural art, exciting pop-up stores, an enormous big screen TV, giant chess, a kids’ play area, free Wi-Fi and communal seating where one can indulge in a bite to eat from one of the nearby restaurants or take-away eateries. A covered pedestrian walkway – one of the largest in the country – stretches from Entrance 2 of the mall to the city centre and transport hub. It encourages commuters and visitors to explore the precinct and will bring people from a world of retail into their work, residential and sports environments with ease.
The overall development has resulted in enormous investment in the infrastructure of Rustenburg Central and has added great value and convenience to the town’s residents.
Immense road infrastructure enhancements have occurred, which will boost access and traffic flow to, from and around the mall.
Anchor tenants include firm favourites; Shoprite, Checkers, Woolworths, Game, Clicks and Dis-Chem. Rustenburg Mall is home to fashion tenants such as Truworths, Foschini, Identity, Miladys, Spitz, Kurt Geiger, Polo, Fabiani, Legit, Beaver Canoe, Ackermans, Studio 88, Old Khaki,
Cape Union Mart and more. For added convenience, the banking offering includes all major banks such as FNB, Capitec, Nedbank, Standard Bank and ABSA. The mall is one of the first to introduce the community to new stores such as Drip, Home Choice, Legends Barber, Sneaker Factory, Offspring by Uzzi, G-Star, Polo, Primark by Thruworths, and Le Coq Sportif as a stand- alone store. It will also welcome local brands such as Plato Coffee and Galoot Stationers.