There’s no denying online shopping has gained huge traction since the onset of the pandemic last March. Yet the desire for a spot of in-store retail therapy after months of lockdown and social distancing is still very much alive. If anything, the pandemic seems to have been a catalyst to lure Covid-weary consumers back to brick-and-mortar spaces.

That’s a key message emerging from last week’s SA Council of Shopping Centres annual conference...

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