Thusvillage shopping complex now open in Wesselton

Thusvillage shopping complex now open in Wesselton Wesselton residents streamed in, in numbers to take advantage of the opening specials. The biggest drawcard, Boxer Supermarket, was packed to capacity with various promotions being presented outside the store. 3 hours ago Residents in Wesselton stream into the Thusivillage shopping complex to take advantage of the opening specials on Wednesday, 20 March, after the complex was declared officially open on the day. The newly constructed shopping complex in Thusivillage, Wesselton, was officially opened for shopping on Wednesday, 20 March. Wesselton residents streamed to it in numbers to take advantage of the opening specials. The biggest drawcard, Boxer Supermarket, was packed to capacity with various promotions being presented outside the store. The Thusiville intersection traffic was affected as motorists drove into the complex and the taxi drivers took advantage as a makeshift taxi rank cropped up in front of the complex. Construction of the complex began in August. Shift Capital was the company in charge of steering the project. The company, along with the owner of the land where the complex is built on, began planning the development in 2017. The complex will also have a filling station, which is halfway to completion. According to the property developer of Shift Capital, Mr Nic McSeveney, at the time, the shopping complex was to create an estimated 400 to 500 permanent jobs for the community at large. Construction of the complex means residents of Wesselton need not come to the central business district in Ermelo to do their shopping, and the community is in agreement that the complex will bring more good to the area. The complex officially opened during a time when the country is experiencing loadshedding and when the Highvelder asked about the constant power cuts in Thusivillage in August, Mr McSeveney pointed out that the complex will have its own back-up generators to ensure they can render services, which was evident on Wednesday when Ermelo experienced loadshedding. At the time, the project was said to be completed by 1 March and even though they were a few weeks late, the company did fulfill its mandate when the complex officially opened on Wednesday, 20 March.