Pioneer Mall

Pioneer Road, Maseru

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Pioneer Mall is situated in the heart of Maseru and is the largest mall in the country. It opened its doors in October 2006 and has since satisfied the pallet of the Maseru shopper through offering a variety of national shoe and fashion outlets that cater to each individual's taste.  Pioneer Mall offers a food court with fast food favourites and sit in restaurants. We pride ourselves by offering safety and cleanliness by ensuring our security guards stay visible all the time and our cleaners maintain our floors to stay as shiny and clean making your shopping experience with us a pleasure. Pioneer Mall also has the parking that is safe and comfortable for the customers.



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