Liberty and Pareto have failed in their bid to stop the construction of a Rea Vaya station on the doorstep of the Sandton City, arguing the mooted terminal will block pedestrians wanting to access the mall.

Liberty Two Degrees and Pareto co-own Sandton City, which recently marked its 50 years of existence and is arguably SA’s most prized shopping centre, situated in what is called Africa’s richest square mile. ..

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