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Shoprite sells Nigerian business to property company - Report
A Nigerian property company will be taking over Shoprite's local business in Nigeria, Reuters reported on Wednesday, citing multiple sources. Persianas is buying Shoprite’s Nigerian business after the South African retailer decided to retreat from other African markets. Shoprite, with more than 2,300 stores across Africa, is awaiting regulatory approval on the sale of its…
Evening of great hymns at Ikeja City Mall
Excitement filled the air, as shoppers, merchants and visitors were treated to melodious rendition of inspirational hymns at the Ikeja City Mall Lagos...
Three Popular Fun Places To Visit In Ikeja, Lagos
Lagosians work hard and play hard. Depending on what your intentions are and what you define as fun, Lagos prides itself as the hub of fun activities boasting of exquisite hotels, high-end malls, and houses. However, they are mainly found on the Island. Those who are on a budget and still want to have fun…
Ikeja City Mall endorses no-slips floor treatmen
The management of Ikeja City Mall has expressed satisfaction with the efficacy of No-Slips Limited’s non-slip floor treatment and the quality of work done by its well-trained staff on their floor. A large portion of the mall was recently treated by No-Slips Limited to increase the co-efficient of friction and thereby reduce the possibility of…
It’s Christmas... Let’s make merry
Today is Christmas, a yearly Christian festival observed across the world, in celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ.
Retail consumption hits $388b yearly, may rise to $1.4 tr by 2030
The Founder, Centre for Value Leadership (CVL), Prof. Pat Utomi, has disclosed that Nigeria’s current retail consumption is estimated at $388 billion ...
Experts see modest gains in 2017 real estate market
Despite the nation’s economic downturn, which has stifled investments in the real estate market, experts are already seeing huge opportunities in the sector, come 2017.
Retail market rents drop as vacancies soar
These are not the best of times for investors in the retail sector, as a combination of monetary, fiscal, and political policies hinders overall business activity, leading to increased vacancies in prime shopping malls and reduction in rents.