I really want South Africa to have it’s very own Monopoly Mzansi. Do you? Vote here.


Get on board with Monopoly Mzansi.

Every South African has that special spot in our beautiful country that captures the spirit of South Africa for them. Now Hasbro, one of the world’s largest toy companies, is giving you the chance to get your favourite South African location, street attraction or destination on board and be part of Monopoly history as they create Monopoly Mzansi.

Now in 103 countries with South Africa the latest addition, Monopoly Mzansi is a localised South African edition set to be available by the end of the year. What makes this edition exciting is that South Africans have the opportunity to take part in the location selection process by voting for their choice at www.monopolymzansi.co.za.

Known for their ‘gees’ and pride in their country South Africans are encouraged to make this version their own and vote with options ranging from Vilakazi Street to The Big Hole. Fans can explore the nominated Monopoly Mzansi locations and vote up to THREE TIMES per day! The final game will include 22 streets or places plus four transport hub.

“Today tourism is one of the fastest growing industries in the world and South Africa is without doubt one of the greatest destinations to visit. Therefore, supporting local initiatives such as Monopoly Mzansi that showcase our rich culture and heritage, is the perfect way to drive tourism, not just internationally but also locally“ says Margie Whitehouse, CMO of South African Tourism. Voting is open until 31st of March. 

As a matter of interest, MR. MONOPOLY celebrated World MONOPOLY Day on 19 March and since its debut in 1935, the MONOPOLY brand has captivated more than one billion players around the world and continues to grow.



Thank you for my ‘All Things South Africa box of Monopoly Mzansi’ treats that arrived earlier. It is true, there’s nothing like South Africa! Or Biltong (Eden says thank you), Rooibos, Nik Naks and Ouma rusks 😉

Learn more about Monopoly Mzansi at www.monopolymzansi.co.za and join the conversation on Facebook #votemonopolymzansi or by following @HasbroNews on Twitter and @Hasbro on Instagram. Mostly though – get voting!

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