Publications

To ensure our members stay up to date with trends, new products and services as well as changes within the industry, SACSC publishes a number of top industry publications. These include:

  • Our bi-annual Economic Overview which is underpinned by specially commissioned, in-depth research studies.
  • Our quarterly SACSC/IPD Trading Density Index, produced every quarter, which focuses on trading densities in various retail categories across different categories of shopping centres.
  • Shopping SA, a monthly publication dedicated to the shopping centre industry, containing information pertinent to the South African retail industry.
  • Shopping Centre Directory, a bi-annual directory of all shopping centres within Southern Africa.
  • TGIF, our fortnightly email newsletter containing brief, easy-to-read shopping centre industry information and announcements.
  • Economic overview, an analysis of the economic situation specifically relating to the retail industry, produced every 6 months by Christo Luüs.
  • Research publications, with a minimum of two research reports produced every year.

Latest News

Nov 21, 2017 Black Friday making a growing impression on SA retail calendar

Black Friday making a growing impression on SA retail calendar

Black Friday is the new precursor imprinting a trend into Festive Season Shopping.

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Nov 08, 2017 Forever profitable businesses with John Sanei and the SACSC

Forever profitable businesses with John Sanei and the SACSC

Each and every business strives to be profitable - not just profitable but forever profitable. In this day and age, where tough economies have affected profitability, businesses across the globe have taken strain.

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Nov 04, 2017 Cabot Circus leads inner city regeneration in Bristol

Cabot Circus leads inner city regeneration in Bristol

There comes a time in the life of most cities when inner city precincts need a radical re-imagining if they are not to lose their relevance. It is not unusual for the redevelopment of an inner city area to be led by a retail project.

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