Battle of the brands as popular clothing stores shut down in SA

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Cape Town - All standalone Mango clothing stores and Nine West shoe stores have closed down, while other international groups such as River Island are busy shutting down as well.

Many retailers that operate in South Africa have reviewed their strategies amidst the trying operating conditions, greater competition from international giants such as H&M, and new online shops that are eating into their market share.

Nine West and Mango’s licences are both held by The House of Busby.

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