The total number of shopping malls in Africa (excluding South Africa) almost doubled between 2011 and 2018 and is now approaching 600, with urbanisation, population growth, increased interest from international retailers, changing consumer lifestyles and rising household incomes among the factors driving growth.

The sixth edition of Sagaci Research’s Shopping Malls in Africa report provides a detailed analysis of mall development in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). It also breaks down all 581 open malls in Africa (excluding South Africa) into six grades (AAA, AA, A, B, C, D) on the basis of such criteria as GLA and tenant mix.

Purchasers of this report are also provided with 12 months of access to Sagaci Retail’s African Shopping Mall Database.

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The sixth edition of Sagaci Research’s Shopping Malls in Africa report provides a detailed analysis of mall development in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), covering such topics as:

Number of malls by country and region
GLA (gross leasable area) per country and region
GLA per 1,000 households and GLA per 1,000 upper- and middle-class households
Details of all new malls opened in 12 months to June 2018
Forecast mall numbers and GLA based on planned projects and malls under construction
The socio-economic and political factors impacting mall growth

Purchasers of this report are also provided with 12 months of access to Sagaci Retail's African Shopping Mall Database.

 

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Introduction and methodology 4
Market background 7
Current supply of shopping malls 17
Mall ratings 34
Pipeline of malls and growth opportunities 44
Appendix 51

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