Durban - The construction of the oThongathi Mall is set to begin at the end of July and will see the creation of 900 jobs the City said in a statement this week.
AJ Property Holdings are the new developers following the structural collapse in 2013 that claimed the lives of two construction workers.
The initial mall was going to be built by property mogul Jay Singh.
The National Prosecuting Authority still has to make a decision if Singh will face any charges following an inquiry into the collapse.
AJ Property Holdings Community Liaison Manager Owen Nxumalo said they were expecting to open its doors in November 2020.