Tonga Mall

  • Location:

    From Nelspruit you drive along the N4 until just after Malelane, whereafter you follow the Jeppes Reef signs. Thereafter you turn left at the sign “Tonga Kamhlushwa” and carry on straight for plus minus 20 minutes where after Tonga is the situated just after the Komati River Bridge.

  • Address:

    Portion 3 of the farm Tonga 475 JT, Mpumalanga

  • Project Opening Date:

    14 December 2012

  • Classification:

    Community centre

  • Number of Shops:

    32 Shops

  • Leasable area:

    13 000m2

  • Parking bays:

    273 parking bays

  • Anchor Tenants:

    The anchor tenant will be Shoprite, while the balance of the tenant mix will include strong furniture, homeware and fashion components (including major national brands), and a strong fast-food component.

  • Tenant list:

    • Cashbuild
    • Kentucky Fried Chicken
    • The Fish & Chips Company
    • Skipper Bar
    • Debonairs Pizza – Tonga
    • OK Furnishers
    • Roots Tonga
    • Truworths Ltd
    • Identity
    • Total Sport
    • PEP Cell
    • Shoprite Checkers (Pty) Ltd
    • Sohi Gadgets
    • Pie City
    • Sheet Street
    • PEP Stores
    • Dunns
    • Jet Tonga Mall
    • Mglijamkholo Trading
    • Capitec Bank Ltd
    • Exact!
    • MA Furniture
    • Old Mutual Finance
    • Tswelopele Funeral Services
    • DMG Tombstones
    • Tonga Mall Pharmacy
    • ST Shabangu Optometrists
    • Touba Fashions
    • Nedbank ATM – Tonga Mall
    • First National Bank ATM
    • Edgars Active
    • Nedbank Limited
    • CB Stores
    • Hungry Lion Fast Foods (Pty) Ltd
    • Galitos
    • SA Post Office
    • Standard Bank Limited
    • Sanibonani Dry Cleaners and Cleaning Supplies

    * McDonalds wil begin trading on 1 December 2019 and will be open from 6:00AM – 23:00PM (later it will be open 24hours per day

Summary of Tonga

Tonga area falls under the Nkomazi Municipality in the Mpumalanga Province. Nkomazi Municipality is 3 240.42 km² in extent which is 4.07% Mpumalanga Province and forms the eastern section of the Lowveld area of Mpumalanga, locked in a wedge bounded by Mozambique to the east, Swaziland to the south, Kruger National Park to the north, Umjindi Local Municipality to the south-west and Mbombela Local Municipality from the north west to west. The main urban centres are Louw’s Creek, Kaap Muiden, Malelane, Hector Spruit, Marloth Park, Komatipoort, Kamlushwa, Tonga and KaMaqhekesa.

There are eight tribal authorities and about 43 villages. The Maputo corridor traverses the area of Nkomazi and has a significant influence on the growth and development of the area. Increasing cross border inter action has helped to build the profile of this otherwise marginalised area. As with other parts of the Mpumalanga Lowveld Region its agriculture focusses of citrus, sub-tropical fruits vegetables, sugar cane and macadamia nuts, mainly located in the northern section (Onder Berg). In contrast the southern section made up of 98% of Nkomazi’s population is under developed. Nkomazi’s population is estimated at 495 000 of which over 50% of the people are younger than 20 years.