Marking Heritage Month in September, the Kyalami Corner shopping centre in Midrand is letting the focus fall on locally produced goods. A number of the centre’s retailers stock “local is lekker” products, and Kyalami Corner invites shoppers to drop by and do their bit to boost the local economy, while also purchasing quality products from a range of industries. 

Fitness buffs looking to add some new gear to their wardrobes will be excited by the clothing that Athi Health and Fitness at Kyalami Corner offers. This African fitness, lifestyle and experience brand not only stocks products that are bound to make heads turn, but all products are also designed and manufactured in South Africa. Talking about fashion, Pick n Pay Clothing at Kyalami Corner offers a wide range of garments for every occasion, many of which have been produced on home soil – simply look for the “Pick Local” emblem with the South African flag motif. 

In terms of skincare, Kyalami Corner is proud to have not one, but three retailers stocking Portia M products. Offering a vast collection of skincare products for every member of the family, this company is Proudly South African-certified, and utilises indigenous ingredients. With social responsibility at the core of Portia M’s business ethos, this is a local brand worth supporting – find it stocked in Dis-Chem, Clicks and Checkers at Kyalami Corner. 

When it comes to taking advantage of the natural resources in our country, Earthbound Lifestyles’ kids’ range is locally produced, eco-friendly and safe for children. Bring a bit of fun to bath time with colourful and fun products that your little ones will love. 

As the interest in CBD products has grown over the years, Thee Leaf at Kyalami Corner has become one of the premier Joburg stockists of everything from CBD oil and lotions, to herbal teas and tinctures, and even growing equipment. Make the most of this herb, which has been used in various ways by South Africa’s indigenous populations for centuries. 

Visit Kyalami Corner this September, and stock up on local products that will make you cherish our beautiful country even more. 


Contact person: Laura Sibiya 

Kyalami Corner Marketing Manager 

010 020 6800 / 

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Angie Gallagher

Angie Gallagher is a freelance writer in the Upper Karoo. Aside from writing content for Counting Coins, Angie has tried her hand at a few juvenile attempts at poetry filled with storms and stress, and a marginally successful radio station, Radio Grootoor, recorded on cassette tapes when she was ten.

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