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Meet the man who owns more than ten malls in South Africa

Mike Nkuna is a multi-billionaire from Limpopo, South Africa. His father's butcher shop hired him in 1979. Eventually, he expanded the company by opening additional franchises in different cities.

He founded Masingita Property Investment Holdings in the end (grounded on real estate, real estate management, property investment and investment holdings). His most well-known contributions have been to rural and township development.

Nkuna's Masingita Group owns the following companies:

a shopping mall in the Nkuzana Nkuna Kraal district of Johannesburg

Retail establishments at Masingita in the city of Giyani

The Nasrec Aeroton Convenience Center

The Masingita Plaza is where Giyani is.

Mangalani Convenience Center in Soweto

Giyani's Mangalani Convenience Center (MCC) is located here.

Mangalani is a shopping center located in Malamulele.

Town of Automobiles in Giyani

Soweto's Bara Shopping Center

South Africa's Jabulani Mall

GYANI - The Masingita Shopping Center

Visit the stores at Diepsloot Mall for some great deals!

Located in the Masingita Towers in Sandton

A shopping center in Soweto called Protea Glen

Machado Crossing-Venda intersection

Mike Nkuna, who owns franchises in a number of retail and gas station brands, operates the following facilities:

The Malamulele Exel Garage

Giyani Shell Garage is an Infiniti dealership

The Sasol Garage in Bosworth, Alberta

This is the Soweto BP Garage

Soweto has a Shell Garage.

In addition, he serves on the boards of and is a shareholder in the following corporations:

Only for customers of Xisaka Investment and Trading (Pty).

A company called Sindawonye Granulators and Processors, Pty, Ltd.

For the Leopont 299 Properties (Pty) Limited

Investment holdings company, Masingita Property Investment Holdings, Pty.

The Illungile Consultancy.

AuctionInc. (Pty) Ltd.

It is Periscopic Masingita (Pty) Limited.

The Marble Group owns the Audi and VW Center Polokwane.

After looters and rioters damaged his Protea Glen and Jabulani malls in July 2021, it was revealed that they were each worth an estimated R700 million and R1.4 billion, respectively. The exact amount of his wealth is unknown.

Mike Nkuna is a director on the board and a minor shareholder of the football team Kaizer Chiefs, both of which he is involved with.



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