Protea Glen Mall is a shopping mall that opened in September 2012 in Protea Glen, Soweto, Gauteng, South Africa.
The Protea Glen Mall, which was built at a cost of around R360-380 million and includes over 90 tenants, is located at the intersection of R558 and Protea Boulevard in the heart of Protea Glen.
Mike Nkuna, head of developer Masingita Group, first proposed building a mall in Protea Glen in 2005, after people complained that they had to travel to Lenasia to shop.
It is the first shopping mall in the Johannesburg area, which was just established in the 1990s. The Protea Glen Mall was Soweto’s sixth shopping mall to open. It is renowned in the local community for housing both competing supermarket chains Pick n Pay and Shoprite.
MON TO FRI 9am to 6pm
SAT 9am to 6pm
SUN & HOLIDAYS 9am to 2pm
MCDONALDS 24 Hours
KFC 24 Hours