Safari Investments, a retail-focused Real estate investment trust (Reit) says leasing activities have resulted in further vacancy reductions across its malls.

For the six months ended September, vacancies decreased to 2.23% from 2.91% in 2022, occupancies were recorded at 97.8% while reversions recorded more than 6.68% on lease renewals...

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