Restorative Repairs of Gijima Office Park Jupiter Building

Posted on 15 Jul 2019 by avatar_admin

BID NO: MOP3/018/06/19
APPOINTMENT OF A SERVICE PROVIDER FOR THE RESTORATIVE REPAIRS OF GIJIMA OFFICE PARK JUPITER BUILDING

Mowana Properties (Pty) Ltd (“Mowana Properties”) acting on behalf of Government Employees Pension Fund (“GEPF”) hereby extends the invitation to companies with the necessary expertise and experience for the following services: Restorative Repairs of Gijima Office Park Jupiter Building.

Bidders must meet the following BBBEE minimum requirement:

Mowana Properties is open to considering bidders who form or already have an existing Joint Venture agreement in place to achieve a 51% Black Ownership. For Joint Venture the following information is required:

Minimum of CIDB Accreditation 6GB grading or Higher

Bidders must have a minimum of R10 000 000.00 Public Liability Insurance. Certified copy of the insurance document must be submitted.

Bidders must have an existing operational office in Gauteng. Proof of office location must be submitted with the Bid Response, e.g., lease agreement or municipal bill.

Failure to meet any of the above requirements will lead to an immediate disqualification.

CLOSING DATE FOR SUBMISSIONS: 06 AUGUST 2019 AT 12H00.
NO LATE (FROM 12h01) SUBMISSIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED. VALIDITY PERIOD: 90 DAYS

Tender documentation is available in soft copy (USB/Memory Stick) for collection at the following address: Mowana Properties (Pty) Ltd, 150 Rivonia Road, Morningside, Sandton, Gauteng, 2196. Mowana’s Office hours are 8h00 – 16h00.

Purchase and Collection of the Tender documentation closes on 26 July 2019 at 12h00.

A non-refundable tender fee of R500.00 must be deposited in the Mowana Properties’ bank account
Mowana Properties banking details are: Absa Bank, Account Name: Mowana Properties (Pty) Ltd, Account Number: 40 8810 9791, Branch: Sandton, Branch code: 632005.

MOP3/018/06/19 & Company Name must be used as a reference number for payment.

Proof of payment must be submitted before the tender document can be issued.

COMPULSORY TENDER BRIEFING SESSION
Compulsory tender briefing session will be held as follows:

Address: Gijima Office Park|
47 Landmarks Ave| Samrand Business Park| Centurion, 0057
Meeting Point at Gijima Office Park: Jupita Building Entrance
Date: 22 July 2019
Time: 10h00
Late arrival, from 10h01 will lead to a disqualification.

Failure to attend the compulsory briefing session will result in disqualification in participarting in this Tender process.

GENERAL ENQUIRIES: 2016tenders@mowanaproperties.co.za

Closing date for submitting enquiries is 22 July 2019 @ 12h00. Mowana will respond to enquiries on 26 July 2019

The completed tender documents must be submitted in the Tender Box at the following address:
Mowana Properties (Pty) Ltd,
150 Rivonia Road,
Morningside, Gauteng,
2196

Black* means Africans, Indians and Coloureds who –
a) Are citizens of the Republic of South Africa by birth or descent; or
b) Became citizens of the Republic of South Africa by naturalization –
(i) before 27 April 1994; or
(ii) after 26 April 1994 and would have been entitled to acquire citizenship by naturalisation prior to that date but who were precluded by Apartheid policies.

Mowana Properties Fraud Hotline

 

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The Kandasamy’s Meet and Greet

Posted on 2 Jul 2019 by avatar_admin

Taking audiences locally by storm, this family comedy drew thousands of patrons to cinemas nationally and warmed the hearts of the larger South African audience. Building on the theme developed in the first movie, Keeping up with the Kandasamy’s centred on the much-anticipated Naidoo/Kandasamy wedding.

The Pav had an exciting opportunity to partner with the Kandasamy’s movie franchise and hosted a Meet & Greet at the Pav during the movie’s opening weekend. The Pav hosted the cast in style at the main Fountain Court for 2 hours and shoppers had the opportunity to take pics with the cast and get their autograph while watching Rory Booth perform the soundtrack from the movie live for the first time.

In conjunction with this Pavilion ran a spend to win competition to win a R10 000 Pavilion voucher which ran from the 5th to the 17th of April. To enter the competition customers had to spend R500 or more at any store at The Pavilion Shopping Centre, fill in an entry form which was available at the Information Desk, attach their till slip and drop it into an entry box situated at the Information Desk.

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Africa’s second official LEGO Store opens in Menlyn Park

Posted on 7 Jun 2019 by avatar_admin

Last year local fans of LEGO rejoiced in the fact that an official LEGO Store had opened in Sandton, and now it’s happening again, this time at Menlyn Park shopping centre in Pretoria.

As the general look and layout of these stores are standardised around the world, this will give you a clear idea of what the Menlyn Park version will look like.

With 170m² of prime real estate, young and old alike will have an amazing variety of choice at their fingertips, as well as some of LEGO’s latest innovations, sets and the likes, putting it on par with some of the leading stores across the globe. Shoppers are able to build interact with unique features within the store, including a Pick a Brick Wall, Build a Minifigure, or a custom-designed mosaic of a Jacaranda tree, which celebrates the host city. In addition to this, the Menlyn store will also be the only store in South Africa to include the Digital Minifigure Scanner, which allows shoppers to scan their hand to generate a digital 3D LEGO® Minifigure of themselves.

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Menlyn

Posted on 5 Jun 2019 by avatar_admin

Menlyn Park Shopping Centre is located in the eastern part of Tshwane, on the south‐eastern corner of the major interchange between the N1 motorway and Atterbury Road. The Menlyn Reconfiguration Phase 1 – New Retail project incorporates the extension of the existing Menlyn Park Shopping Centre to the west in order to provide for the required additional retail and parking areas. The extension will add approximately 38 000m2 of gross floor area to the existing Menlyn Park Shopping Centre. The building has been designed and constructed in line with sustainable

principles. These include energy efficient air conditioning and lighting systems, a rain water harvesting plant and efficient sanitary fixtures, recycling waste storage, low VOC paints and adhesives and cyclist facilities.

In addition, the development provides facilities for alternative transport – dedicated cyclist parking and showers, preferential parking for mopeds and scooters, as well as integration of the development into the region’s Mass Public Transport system.

One of the most important aspects of an environmentally friendly building is the indoor quality of the air, light and individual comfort. Research shows that health problems resulting from indoor air pollution have become one of the most acute environmental problems and are directly related to Sick Building Syndrome and productivity of building occupants. (GBCSA, 2008:39) Therefore for the Menlyn Reconfiguration Phase 1 – New Retail project, various aspects have been carefully considered in order to achieve optimal Indoor Environment Quality (IEQ). This section details the design of the building that contributes to the occupants’ health and comfort.

Energy efficiency is an essential component of sustainable buildings. By incorporating energy use minimisation

techniques in the design of the building and its systems, it is expected that the operational energy intensity will be reduced in comparison to a conventional building.

Menlyn Reconfiguration Phase 1 ‐ New Retail boasts a number of initiatives aimed at improving the energy performance of the base building. These include:

Only cold water is provided in the public ablutions.

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Inaugural Kids Board launched at Southgate

Posted on 4 Apr 2019 by avatar_admin

Southgate makes kids bosses.

Refiloe, Khanyisile Lesaoana and Sibusiso Zwane

The launch of the Inaugural Kids Board at Southgate Mall excited both the parents of the children and the children who were made brand ambassadors. In case you are wondering what a Kids Board is; as it is popularly known, kids play a big role in influencing purchase decisions in families and households, Southgate has resolved to use kid influencers as a powerful marketing tool in order to gradually change the negative brand perceptions that the mall may have accumulated over the years.

The General Manager for Southgate Mall, Selina Seitshiro explained that the launch for the Inaugural Kids Board was basically an initiative for Southgate and all its other partners to show gratitude to the communities that have been supporting the mall for the last 28 years.

Seitshiro said, “This is also our way of giving back to the communities that have been with us this long and the kids on the board belong to schools, so our intention and our partners’ intention is for them to even further make an impact in their schools.”

It is almost unarguable that kids are likable, authentic and relatable; therefore, Southgate Mall has figured that placing them in the forefront of their brand will make Southgate Mall as favourably appealing to its shoppers as a family shopping centre.

The mission for the Southgate Kids Board is to reposition the mall as a family shopping mall and provide a platform within the mall where children’s opinions won’t only matter and be heard but will also be heeded and implemented.‘Kheez’ impassioned about the music keys

One parent who was astounded and impressed by the initiative was Valerie Agulhas who went to the launch at the mall in support of her friend’s child, she said, “I really think this is a wonderful opportunity and experience for the kids, and it will help keep them disciplined and on the right path.”

Seitshiro concluded that the kids will even be made to under-stand the other dynamics in retail and not just shopping.

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Pareto scores a double at Spectrum Awards

Posted on 23 Sep 2017 by avatar_admin

Pareto Limited shopping centres have won both of the South African shopping centre industry’s highest accolades – the 2017 Spectrum Award for Retail Development and Design and the 2017 Spectrum Award for Shopping Centre Marketing.

Only two Spectrum Awards are presented each year by the South African Council of Shopping Centres; one for the overall winner of the Retail Development and Design Awards and the other for the overall winner of the Footprint Marketing Awards.

Pareto’s extension and refurbishment of Menlyn Park Shopping Centre scooped the Spectrum Award for Retail Development and Design, and the launch of Pareto’s Cresta Shopping Centre’s new Food and Entertainment Court won the Spectrum Award for Shopping Centre Marketing.

Malose Kekana, Pareto Group CEO, says: “Winning these Spectrum Awards is indeed a great honour and an accomplishment that our people and partners can be tremendously proud of. It is by providing superior customer experience through its properties that Pareto generates sustainable and diversified total returns for its investors.”

Menlyn Park Shopping Centre is owned and developed by Pareto Limited and managed by Mowana Properties. It has undergone a transformational renovation and reconfiguration to become the largest centre in Africa and incorporates over 500 stores.

Cresta Shopping Centre is owned by Pareto Limited and it is managed and marketed by Mowana Properties. Its new Food and Entertainment Court launch became a finalist for the Spectrum Award by winning a Gold Footprint Award in the category Grand Opening: Expansion and Renovation.

Pareto’s shopping mall assets performed exceptionally well overall in the Footprint Marketing Awards, clinching an impressive five of only nine gold awards presented. Of these, two were awarded to Sandton City, two to Westgate Regional Shopping Centre and one to Cresta. Shopping centres owned by Pareto also scooped a dozen silver and bronze awards.

More information from Nozipho Khumalo, Tel: 011 258 6800 / www.pareto.co.za

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Professionalisation of Commercial Property

Posted on 15 Sep 2017 by avatar_admin

Professionalisation of Commercial Property management Launched in South Africa

The internationally acclaimed Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) Certified Property Manager (CPM) certification was launched by The South African Institute of Black Property Practitioners (SAIBPP) through a partnership with WITS University and Pareto Ltd, commercial retail property investment fund on the 18th of August 2017.

The certification of this nature is the very first in the African continent. The Pareto IREM CPM designation is currently being offered as an eight-day winter school programme at the WITS Professional Development Hub and is currently only available to existing holders of the WITS Post Graduate Diploma in Property Development and Management.

The first intake of South African IREM Certified Property Managers, who were by sponsored Pareto Ltd, graduated at the end of the month of August at one of the top three ‘Best Universities in Africa’, WITS University, which is currently the only non-American University that is accredited to offer the IREM CPM designation

“As the leading retail property investor in South Africa, we are passionate about investing in developing a sustainable and high quality local skills base. This partnership with IREM will not only assist in raising local standards of commercial property management but will also assist in fast-tracking access to the industry for new entrants,” says CEO of Pareto Ltd, Malose Kekana.

IREM is a United States based community of real estate managers dedicated to ethical business practices, maximizing the value of investment real estate, and promoting high level management through education and information sharing.

The organisation, which has been operating for 8 decades, now boasts a global membership of 20 000 individuals, 570 corporate members and 14 international chapters and it has also been working with SAIBPP for over 20 years with the aim “to cooperatively build a foundation of ongoing education and professional credibility to enhance the stature of property managers in South Africa”, according to the first protocol agreement, signed by then Chairperson, Mr. Saul Gumede.

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Footprint Marketing Awards

Posted on 6 Sep 2017 by avatar_admin

The 2017 Footprint Marketing Award winners were announced on the second day of the South African Council of Shopping Centres (SACSC) Annual Congress, held at Cape Town’s International Convention Centre.

The SACSC Footprint Marketing Awards recognise exceptional shopping centre marketing, innovation, creative achievements, with economic success and excellent customer service.

This year, 35 awards were presented in total, of which eight were gold awards. All Gold SACSC Footprint Marketing Awards are automatically entered into the International Council of Shopping Centres’ Solal Awards.

The newly renovated Cresta Shopping Centre claimed the coveted Spectrum Award this year for its Food and Entertainment Court Launch in the Grand opening, Expansion and or Renovation category. This super-regional mall that now boasts over 260 stores, owned by Pareto Limited won a Gold

Footprint Award to qualify as a finalist for the Spectrum Award. The shopping centre managed by Mowana Properties, focused on the launch of the newly-built food and entertainment court that saw uniquely implemented marketing techniques which was further highlighted by the appearance of the renowned Master Chef judges. The Spectrum Award pays tribute to exceptional innovation, creativity and vision across all disciplines and sectors in the South African retail industry.

 Amanda Stops, Chief Executive Officer for the SACSC said she was impressed with this year’s entries. “Extraordinary innovations and concepts made up the exciting number and quality of entries this year. These entries showcased uncanny flair, detail and exceptional customer service. Each year, the Footprint Award entries get bigger and better and I am already looking forward to next year,” she said.

Gold Winners:

Spectrum Award Winner:

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Top honours for Cresta Shopping Centre

Posted on 18 Jul 2017 by avatar_admin

Pareto Limited’s Cresta Shopping Centre secured its place among the top honourees in the prestigious Solal Marketing Awards for 2017, announced in Vienna, Austria in June.

The Solal Awards are an initiative of the International Council of Shopping Centres (ICSC) and bring together the very best of retail marketing across Europe and South Africa to reward those with the most effective campaigns. Recognising best practice and outstanding marketing performance, the Solal Awards are seen as a benchmark of quality throughout the industry.

Pareto’s Cresta Shopping Centre received a Silver Award in the Customer Services category, recognising excellence and innovation in customer service and experience, and holds the honour of being the only mall in South Africa to achieve in the awards this year.

“The award further entrenches the Pareto Group’s mission to provide superior customer experience through its properties to generate sustainable and diversified total return for its shareholders”, said Malose Kekana, group CEO of Pareto.

Elena Yiallouris, Marketing Manager at Cresta Shopping Centre further explains, “The aim of the campaign was to predict potential shopper ‘pain points’ and then provide a convenient and pleasant experience through excellent customer service and a dynamic approach to problem solving. We wanted to show that Cresta cares and that the centre is more than just a place to shop. The entire Cresta team is thrilled to be the recipient of such a highly esteemed award. ”

More information from Nozipho Khumalo, Tel: 011 258 6800 / www.pareto.co.za

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