Johannesburg-based Edgars opened a KILLARNEY MALL store in late 2005. The chain, established in 1929, carries lines of apparel, shoes, accessories and sporting goods. As of 2017, there were 37 Edgars locations in 6 African nations.
Graphic from https://www.edgars.co.za


Apparently (and this could not substantiated), a 5-screen multiplex was installed in KILLARNEY MALL during its 1990s makeover. Originally a Nu Metro venue, it was upgraded into a state-of-the-art facility. The theater re-opened, as today's CineCentre, in May 2011.
Graphic from https://showme.co.za


The mall's Edgars store shut its doors for good in February 2015. The ground level was retenanted by Dis-Chem, which welcomed its first shoppers in November of the same year. This chain of "chemists" (or drug stores) is based in "Joburg" and originated in 1978. As of 2017, there were 118 South African stores and 2 in neighboring Namibia.
Graphic from https://dischem.co.za