Parking payment option in the PayPulse app.

We can all agree that queueing is not fun. Especially if you just had a great time shopping, enjoyed a delicious meal from one of our great restaurants or watched a movie at Ster Kinekor and you have to pay for your parking ticket standing in a queue. Luckily PayPulse is here to make your life a lot easier. With the option to pay for your parking ticket via the PayPulse mobile app, things just got a whole lot faster and more hygienic.

How does it work?

It is as easy as 1, 2, 3. You simply download the app and register. You can link your bank account or you can simply deposit cash into your PayPulse account at any Standard Bank branch or participating WiCode merchant.


PayPulse how to flyer, available at the mall help desk.

Once you are registered you can easily pay for your parking ticket, movie tickets and make payments at various stores and restaurants! You don’t need to carry cash or your card with you. No more searching for coins to pay your parking ticket. Simply scan you parking ticket, pay and voila!

PayPulse app parking option

An added bonus is the fact that you don’t need a smart phone or airtime to access your PayPulse account. You can use PayPulse on any type of cellphone. The only requirement is that you have a valid Namibian cellphone number. To access PayPulse from any phone, dial *140*6626# for PayPulse USSD. Accessing PayPulse USSD does not require any airtime. However, you will require airtime when using the PayPulse App. For more info about how PayPulse works and what you can do with the app simply click here [].

So, when do I pay?

You will still use your parking ticket to exit, so don’t lose it on your way out. Pay when you get to your car or pay when you are about to leave and finishing your last sip of Slowtown [] coffee. This gives you enough time to exit the parking.

Paying for your parking ticket with the PayPulse barcode scanner.

To find out more and to download the PayPulse app, simply click here [].

A breath of fresh air in retail at the Grove Mall

A breath of fresh air in retail

After 5 years in the retail sector in Namibia, The Grove Mall of Namibia has taken a step in a new direction.

On 5 December, the Mall will no longer be known as The Grove Mall of Namibia but only as Grove Mall.  As Windhoek is situated in the heart of Namibia, it is clear to see that after 5 years, Grove Mall is The Heart of Namibia.  “We wish to connect with our valuable customers and our extended community on a deeper level,” says the Centre Management Team of the mall.

With the new name also comes a new look logo that sees the Mall introducing colour and form.  The logo depicts a connection between the Mall, Customers and the Retailers with a strong focus on integrated relationships and ultimately an abstract heart is created.

The Centre Management Team adds: “Shoppers travel not only from the other side of Windhoek, but also from across the country to come and shop at our Mall.  We continuously strive to bring First to Market stores and enhance the customer experience.  When thinking of exclusivity as well as shopper convenience, Grove Mall wants to be top of mind. With Pay Pulse that will be fully functional in the parking soon and with shops like Exclusive Books, Meatpoint and Volpes that opened recently, one can be sure that there is a lot of new trendsetting concepts to follow. With the Standard Bank Head Office that opened a while ago and the new road progressing, the Mall is busy with a new entrance to access all your favourite shops”.

Another focus for the Mall is access and egress and in the near future customers will welcome a new entrance that is currently under construction, with the main entrance to the parking also being adjusted and improved to accommodate the flow of traffic coming into and going out of the Mall.

The team is excited for the next 5 years and what’s to come

Grove Mall - The Heart of Namibia

Quick tips for Black Friday shopping

Quick tips for Black Friday shopping

Are you ready for big bargains, great deals and super savings?! We're all geared up for Black Friday at the Grove Mall. Here's some quick tips to maximize your Black Friday shopping:

  • Create a shopping list
  • Prioritise your must-have items
  • Set up a budget
  • Don’t shop on impulse – only buy what you can afford.
  • Shop with friends to find deals
  • More fun and easier to find better deals
  • Plan your shopping trip
  • Plan your shopping trip -  think traffic and parking.  In 2018 the most card swipes were between 4pm and 5pm (according to IOL)
  • Look out for pre-sales
  • Take note of trading hours – shops and malls
  • Know your prices and do price comparisons
  • Pay attention to the return policies of Black Friday Sales items

Centre Information

Owned by:
Grove Mall Namibia Owned by Atterbury
Managed by:
Grove mall of Namibia managed by ATTX

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General Management

General Manager
JP Duncan
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+264 61 243 603

Operations Manager
Jaco Eloff
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+264 61 243 603

Exhibitions Manager
Daphné Voigts
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+264 61 243 603

Marketing Manager
Corlia van Tonder
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+264 61 243 603