TRADING HOURS

Tue - Sun & Public Holidays

09:00 - 17:00

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Makeba Trading

Makeba Trading

MC092
A unique little shop with creative and one of a kind home decor ideas from mirrors, clocks, vases and faery fountains, visit Makeba Trading for a selection of interesting decorative items. Great for that one of a kind gift.
ELINAH MASOTSHA

Flower Shop

Flower Shop

MK013
The smell of fresh flowers are in the air. VIsit MK013 for a variety of fresh flowers weekly at exceptionally good prices such as R 45 for a bunch of roses. They also specialise in custom bouquets and decorations for events. Discuss your requirements with Lira today.

K-Frames

K-Frames

MT004.3
Browse through this stall to find the perfect frame to hold your new family picture or piece of artwork you want to put up, no matter the shape or size. If you’re not satisfied with what is already available, the shop owner also creates custom frames according.
Jay Ho Jang

OUDA Kraft Furnishers & Rugs

OUDA Kraft Furnishers & Rugs

MK030
MK031
“Manufacturers of affordable custom made furniture.” While there are a few pieces of furniture and some rugs sitting in their stall, they focus on custom made furniture. Simply bring in what you want with the specifications and they’ll make it. They also sell a variety of in stock carpets, mirrors, wallpapers, bedside tables, coffee tables and kiddies character chairs and couches. There is even a 3 month lay-by without interest.

House of Appliances

House of Appliances

MD071
MD072
Whether you know that you need it or not, House of Appliances carries everything needed to make your home life easier, especially in the kitchen. They offer kettles to electric hair trimmers, biltong cutters to pans, hair driers to mixers and most things in between. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, ask the shopkeeper as she says she can get almost anything from her suppliers.
Gery Deyzel

Rasta Roots

Rasta Roots

MD125
MD126
As soon as you walk into Rasta Roots you can feel the vibe change. With a calm atmosphere, the shopkeeper welcomes you to look around at the artwork as he goes back to making the newest item. With many handmade items, everything is unique with strong ties to Rasta and African arts.