Johannesburg is a shopper's paradise. From designer boutiques, world-class cuisine to local curios and cosy coffee shops, Johannesburg shopping malls offer superior quality merchandise, entertainment and are unique lifestyle destinations.
Below is a list of some of the malls that can be found around the city:
Johannesburg craft markets feature African masks and wooden carvings, and a variety of other indigenous objects from everywhere in Africa. You'll also find clothing, ceramics, collectibles, second-hand books and jewellery, and cheap mass-produced goods. Some of the well-known flea markets are listed below.
Sandton City Shopping Centre
located in Sandton's prestigious Central Business District.
Address : Fifth Street
Phone : +27 11 217 6000
Fax : +27 11 883 0978
Email : email@example.com
Website : http://www.sandton-city.co.za/
Hyde Park Corner
Hyde Park Corner is the first fully enclosed decentralised shopping centre in South Africa. Located, in the heart of the northern suburbs, it accommodates 130 top speciality stores as well as a super market and a cinema complex
Address : Jan Smuts Avenue
Phone : 011 325 4340
Fax : 011 325 4966
Exclusive shops or products and it promises high street shopping and a variety of coffee shops and restaurants. A favourite is Cocoa Diva, a gift shop specialising in imported chocolates.
Address : Melrose Boulevard
(entrance off Corlett Drive and Athol Oaklands Road)
Phone : 011 684 0000
Fax : 011 684 0001
Website : www.melrosearch.com
Late-night shopping is a unique feature and clothing, jewellery and African curios are the most popular products. Entertainment, including cinemas, a theatre and a casino.
Address : Cnr William Nicol Drive and Witkoppen Road
Phone : 011 510 7777
Fax : 011 510 7070
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Website : www.montecasino.co.za
Nelson Mandela Square
Features the Liberty Theatre on the Square, art galleries and a variety of restaurants.
Address : Rivonia Road
Phone : 011 217 6045/6
Fax : 011 784 2733
Email : email@example.com
Website : www.sandtonsquare.com
The Oriental Plaza is similar to eastern markets, with no fixed prices. Local and international brands are also sold at reduced prices.
Address : Bree Street
Phone : 011 838 6752/3
Fax : 011 836 4674
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Website : www.orientalplaza-fordsburg.co.za
Dobsonville Shopping Centre
The first major shopping complex in Soweto, Dobsonville Shopping Centre houses major department stores and popular retail chains.
Address : 75 Mercy Park
Phone : 011 988 9484
Fax : 011 988 9483
Website : www.soweto.co.za
Ngwenya Glass Village
There are 12 shops plus the restaurant, Zest.
Address : Shady Lane, off Diepsloot R114
Phone : 011 957 3180
Website : http://www.shadesofngwenya.co.za
Market Theatre Flea Market
Saturdays 9am - 4pm The "original flea market" at the Newtown Cultural Precinct in the inner city.
Address : Newtown Cultural Precinct
Phone : 011 832 1641
Michael Mount Organic Village Market
Thursday from 9am to 1pm and Saturday from 9am to 2pm All products are handmade or produced organically.
Address : Cnr Bryanston and Culross Rd
Phone : 011 706 3671
Bruma Lake Flea Market
Tuesday-Sunday from 9.30am to 5pm Extensive market, based near the Eastgate Shopping Mall, offering everything from clothes to crafts.
Address : Cnr Ernest Oppenheimer and Marcia Ave
Phone : 011 622 9648
Open: Sundays and public holidays 9.30am - 5pm The Rooftop Market is regarded by many as South Africa's best flea market, patronised by locals as well as tourists.
Address : Rosebank Mall, 50 Bath Ave
Phone : 011 442 4488