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THINC Africa 2018 a boost in African tourism
THINC Africa 2018 a boost in African tourism

"There's a consistently negative stigma around travelling in Africa which has been snowballing for years. We need to position ourselves correctly and draw attention to the positive experiences that can be had here."

3 Jul 2018

Offshore investment presents big opportunity for SA REITs
Offshore investment presents big opportunity for SA REITs

In the second half of 2018, the global sell-off in emerging markets, an intractably weak domestic economy, an oversupply of business space...

3 Jul 2018

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Are electric car garages the way of the future?

With the cost of fuel continuing to rise, eco-friendly, electric cars are becoming all the more enticing...

2 Jul 2018

9 changes in Cape Town's water by-laws you should note
9 changes in Cape Town's water by-laws you should note

Cape Town City Council has just approved a range of amendments to the water by-laws as part of its campaign to limit water consumption...

2 Jul 2018

Solar PV system installed at new Cedar Mill Mall
Solar PV system installed at new Cedar Mill Mall

Clanwilliam's new Cedar Mill Mall is is an example of how renewable energy is aiding economic development in small towns...

2 Jul 2018

Meet the SACSC's new president
Meet the SACSC's new president

The South African Council of Shopping Centres (SACSC) has a new president - property sector stalwart Stephan le Roux...

29 Jun 2018

Pick the right property to start building your investment portfolio
Pick the right property to start building your investment portfolio

Investing in property is an option many South Africans consider as it offers an excellent extra source of income...

29 Jun 2018

Soshanguve South View Shopping Centre development complete
Soshanguve South View Shopping Centre development complete

The Soshanguve South View Shopping Centre opened for business on Thursday, 28 June...

29 Jun 2018

Is now a good time to buy investment property?
Is now a good time to buy investment property?

"Buy now" is a popular refrain that investors hear, but there is no right or wrong time to buy property. Buying property can be a good investment at any time, if you follow sound investment principles...

Issued by Private Property 28 Jun 2018

Could Cape Town's property prices have finally hit their ceiling?
Could Cape Town's property prices have finally hit their ceiling?

While the Cape Town property market showed seemingly limitless price growth during difficult national conditions...

28 Jun 2018

Land occupations across the country have skyrocketed this year. New approaches are needed to solve the housing shortage. Archive photo: Mary-Anne Gontsana
Can subsidised rentals help solve the housing crisis?

The housing shortage has come to a head this year with a massive increase in land occupations...

By GroundUp editors 28 Jun 2018

Battle for Bo-Kaap's future remains ongoing
Battle for Bo-Kaap's future remains ongoing

Tyres burned on Wale Street in Bo-Kaap in May this year with protesting residents wanting to draw attention to concerns about development and heritage...

By Aidan Jones 27 Jun 2018

Attracting individual domestic investors into tourism
Attracting individual domestic investors into tourism

Already equipped with what it takes, Kenya's domestic tourism sector is thriving. The numbers between 2015 and 2016 are proof that the traditional European market is increasingly offset by arrivals from other African nations which increased by 30%...

By Josephine Wawira & Elizabeth Kiburu 26 Jun 2018

Realistic pricing remains key in Southern Suburbs rental market
Realistic pricing remains key in Southern Suburbs rental market

Slowing semigration and the reluctance of landlords to adjust their price expectations are some of the factors which contributed to the steady decline...

26 Jun 2018

Joburg rental market not out of the woods yet
Joburg rental market not out of the woods yet

While the rental market in Joburg has shown encouraging signs of revival this year, it is by no means out of the woods yet...

25 Jun 2018

New Tibani mall aims to boost local economy
New Tibani mall aims to boost local economy

Due to open in August 2018, the 11,500m² Tibani Shopping Centre in Polokwane is being developed by GMI Property Group...

22 Jun 2018

Find décor inspiration at upcoming East Coast Radio House & Garden Show
Find décor inspiration at upcoming East Coast Radio House & Garden Show

This year's East Coast Radio House & Garden Show, themed 'Home is Where the Heart is', is set to take place from 29 June to 8 July at the Durban Exhibition Centre in KZN...

22 Jun 2018

Municipal valuations - is your property priced right?
Municipal valuations - is your property priced right?

2018 is a valuation year for the City of Cape Town...

22 Jun 2018

Programmes in place to return land to tenants, farm dwellers
Programmes in place to return land to tenants, farm dwellers

Deputy President David Mabuza says government is implementing programmes aimed at returning land to labour tenants and farm dwellers...

22 Jun 2018

House of cards collapses on rogue builders
House of cards collapses on rogue builders

A total of 122 criminal cases have been opened against home builders who have contravened the HCPMA...

21 Jun 2018

City and provincial officials met with Parkwood community leaders on Tuesday to discuss potential sites for social and affordable housing. Photo: Barbara Maregele
Western Cape government identifies seven possible housing sites

At least seven vacant plots have been identified as "possible sites for social and affordable housing" in Cape Town's southern suburbs...

By Barbara Maregele 21 Jun 2018

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Why township retail must not be overlooked

Despite the challenging economy, South African townships have become hubs for big brand developments in retail...

21 Jun 2018

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Cape Town sees substantial drop in rental prices

Rental prices in Cape Town have dropped by as much as 30% in recent months...

20 Jun 2018

Now's an opportune time to get onto the property ladder. Here's why
Now's an opportune time to get onto the property ladder. Here's why

First-time buyers with funds at their disposal are currently well-placed to gain an initial foothold on the property ladder...

20 Jun 2018

Broll releases latest research report on SADC property market
Broll releases latest research report on SADC property market

Broll Property Group has released a new report, SADC Market Snippet 2018, providing the latest property market research on certain SADC countries...

19 Jun 2018

It's not all doom and gloom for SA's property market
It's not all doom and gloom for SA's property market

As South Africans reel from the news of a 2.2% GDP decline in the first quarter of 2018, property experts remain optimistic...

By Tony Clarke 19 Jun 2018

Western Cape MEC for Human Settlements Bonginkosi Madikizela addressed the spate of land occupations in a press conference on Thursday, 14 June. Photo: Mary-Anne Gontsana
We can't house everyone, says Bonginkosi Madikizela

Bonginkosi Madikizela, Western Cape MEC for Human Settlements, has said it is important for people to realise that government will not be able to house everyone...

By Mary-Anne Gontsana 18 Jun 2018

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Urban renewal: The physical manifestation of innovative thinking

A powerful lesson in how to turn vision into reality...

By Gil Sperling 15 Jun 2018

PropertyFox shares new school feeder zones guide
PropertyFox shares new school feeder zones guide

Having commissioned research into South Africa's feeder zones and catchment area policies, PropertyFox has released its first...

15 Jun 2018

Here's why tourism is so important to the real estate sector
Here's why tourism is so important to the real estate sector

There are two main reasons why the tourism industry is so important to the real estate sector...

15 Jun 2018

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