• NEW ERA (24 August 2017)
    by Staff Reporter
    Gobabis Deputy Mayor Cornelius Tjizoo has called on local businesspeople to consider investing in the town to uplift residents’ living standards.
  • NEW ERA (19 June 2017)
    by Eveline de Klerk
    Walvis Bay-Developers of the much-anticipated Dunes Mall at Walvis Bay are working around the clock to ensure that it opens on time in October.
  • CONFIDENTE (24 JUNE 2016)
    THE Chief Executive Officer of the Rundu Town Council, Romanus Haironga, has hailed the new developments in the town as gateways to the land of milk and honey for the residents of the town.
  • CONFIDENTE (25 February 2016)
    by Donna Collins
    DEVELOPMENT down at the coast is going full blast, with confirmation that the biggest shopping centre in the Erongo Region – the Dunes Mall in Walvis Bay is on track.
  • NEW ERA (11 February 2016)
    by Staff Reporter
    Walvis Bay’s “war of the malls” has officially ended. This was recently confirmed in a joint media statement by Louis van der Watt, CEO of Atterbury Properties and Kallie van der Merwe, CEO of Safland.
  • INFORMANTE (11 February 2016)
    by Niel Terblanche
    Once mired in the controversy of alleged shady land deals and accusations of corruption, the tug of war between two development companies was officially ended when the Safland and Atterbury Properties decided to form a joint venture to finish the construction of the Dunes mall at the Diaz Circle in Walvis Bay.
  • NEW ERA (22 October 2015)
    by Staff Reporter
    Safland Namibia has confirmed that the newly completed 14 000 square metre Rundu Mall will open on October 28.
  • Namib Times (09 October 2015)
    by Madelaine Laubscher
    The construction of the Dunes Mall development will comence shortly, after the development site handover yesterday between Safland Property Group and Afrideca Construction.
  • INFORMANTE (07 September 2015)
    by Staff Reporter
    First National Bank (FNB) will open a second branch at the new Rundu Mall Safland complex, where construction work is ongoing, in December.
  • INFORMANTE (13 August 2015)
    by Floris Steenkamp
    TWO separate elite property developments at the Namibian coast valued at close to N$1 billion are in stormy waters after official intervention brought construction of the Erongo Shopping Mall in Walvis Bay to an halt and a notice to the Swakopmund Waterfront developers was issued to stop any land reclamation until they have all necessary approvals according to the Environmental Management Act.
  • NAMIB TIMES (14 AUGUST 2015)
    by Marshallino Beukes
    Following the suspension of Greenstone Resort (Pty) Ltd's permission to occupy agreement by the Walvis Bay municipality on Wednesday, the developer, who intends to construct a N$1 billion mal (Erongo Mall) in the harbour town, yesterday indicated that they will continue with earthworks, regardless of this directive.
  • THE NAMIBIAN (23 JULY 2015)
    Safland Property Group has teamed up with the Namibia Rugby Union to present an international Sevens rugby tournament in Windhoek at the end of September.