The massive covered space above Rosebank Mall (which means plenty of parking space) accommodates a wide range of talented artists working with myriad materials, from steel to beads, wood to paper, as well as clothing stalls selling fashion made with African print fabrics, second-hand books, records and CD vendors, painters, candle-makers, cheese-mongers and vintage clothing enthusiasts.
There is a real flea market feel to this event and every week brings new treasures to be found. Don't leave without buying something to eat from one of the delicious food stalls. Our favourites include the irresistible spicy Malay fish and beef rendang curry and the filling Mexican tacos.
The market has a great regular events lineup that includes live music performances at the rooftop bar, car boot sales and Vintage Sundays on the last Sunday of every month. Support the ‘Stand for Hope’; each week the market provides a stall to a local charity to promote its cause.
Kids will love the activities at the free Kids' Zone which include fun crafting activities.
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Open Sun 09:00–16:00. Last market 17.12. Reopen 07.01.
Rosebank Art and Craft Market
Rosebank Mall, Cradock Ave (next to Europa Cafe), Rosebank
Probably Johannesburg's largest and most well-known craft market, this is a one-stop spot for all your African souvenir needs, from impressive life-size beaded sculptures to must-have wooden carved giraffes. With traders from across the continent you can
The newly renovated Rosebank Mall has 150 stores, and is an impressive shopping zone, that since its complete overhaul in 2014 has become one of Joburg's most popular. Put on your walking shoes – it will be worth stopping for a fairtrade flat white at
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Shwe Shwe Poppis
Rosebank Sunday Market, Rosebank Mall, Baker St, Rosebank
Not a standalone store but a delightful creation, Shwe Shwe Poppis are colourful fantasy figures hand-sewn from drawings by kids at the African Children’s Feeding Scheme’s Malnutrition and Rehabilitation Creche in Zola, Soweto. Shwe Shwe is a geometrical