During the 21 DAY LOCKDOWN, effective Thursday 26 March at midnight until midnight on Thursday, 16 April, certain essential food and health outlets at Lifestyle Centre will remain
open to service the community. The below stores will remain open with the following trading hours that will apply with effect from 27 March until further notice:

  • Lifestyle SUPERSPAR: 7am – 6pm (weekdays including weekends and public holidays)
  • Woolworths Foodmarket: 8am – 5pm (weekdays including weekends and public holidays)
  • Dis-Chem 9am – 5pm (weekdays), 9am – 4pm (weekends and public holidays)
  • East Coast Pharmacy 8am – 6pm (weekdays and Saturdays), 9am – 6pm (Sunday & Public Holidays)
  • Lifestyle Health 9am – 4pm (weekdays including weekends and public holidays)
  • Absolute Pets 9am – 6pm (weekdays and Saturdays), 9am – 5pm (Sunday & Public Holidays)
  • THE MARKET retail:
    Homegrown 9am – 5pm (weekdays including weekends and public holidays)
    Wozza Meats 9am – 5pm (weekdays including weekends and public holidays)
    We Are Food 9am – 5pm (weekdays including weekends and public holidays)
    The Deli 9am – 5pm (weekdays including weekends and public holidays)

The situation is fluid; this will be updated as and when anything changes. Please refer to the website for latest details: www.ballitolifestylecentre.co.za.
All other stores and restaurants will close in accordance with the decision of government and will remain closed during this period.
Signage will be erected in various areas of the Centre to denote that certain areas are closed to the public. The only entrance into The Market will be at HomeGrown, in the main walkway between DISCHEM and MICA. The communal areas of The Market will not be accessible. Lifestyle Centre operations, cleaning staff and security will remain on site and in operation during this time, and all Health and Safety rules and regulations remain in full force and effect.
Bruce Rencken, Lifestyle Centre Co-Owner said, “We commend our President on the way he has acted in these circumstances and the speed with which the extraordinary measures have been put in place to combat this grave public health emergency. These are certainly tough times for the world, South Africa and each individual. As our President has expressed, while these measures will have a considerable impact on people’s livelihoods, on the life of our society and on our economy, the human cost of delaying this action would be far greater. We urge each person in the Ballito community to play their part in adhering to the rules and regulations of the nation-wide lockdown to fundamentally disrupt the chain of transmission across society. Lifestyle Centre is home to food and health outlets, all of which are important and essential in supporting our community through this time. Hence, it is imperative that we function as efficiently and effectively as possible in these very
trying circumstances. Our priority at Lifestyle Centre at all times is the health, safety and welfare of our customers and our employees. We will continue to maintain our consistently high standards. Lifestyle Centre operations, cleaning staff and security will remain on site and in operation during this time and all health and safety rules and regulations remain in full force and effect. We will get through this together!”

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