R1 billion Cape Town development gets go ahead despite objections

A new R1 billion mixed-use development in Cape Town CBD has been given the go-ahead despite facing objections.

President Jacob Zuma’s 2017 State of the Nation Address (SONA) lacked the excitement needed to boost the economy and property market, the Chairman of one of South Africa’s estate agency says.

SONA lacked the excitement to boost Property Market, says Estate Agent

President Jacob Zuma’s 2017 State of the Nation Address (SONA) lacked the excitement needed to boost the economy and property market, the chairman of one of South Africa’s estate agency said on Thursday.

Investing >>

Listed property sector winning favor with Investors

Having raised about R153 billion in the past six years, South Africa’s listed property sector is gaining ground and remains unaffected by a weaker economy growth.

Western Cape >>

Cape Town's formula for success

Cape Town continues to buck the trend and its International Airport is expected to reach a milestone in the next few weeks - 10 million passengers in a year for the first time.

KwaZulu-Natal >>

Nedbank backs Umhlanga's new mixed-use development with R1bn

Umhlanga, a resort town north of Durban on the coast of KwaZulu-Natal, will soon get a new mixed-use office and retail development — thanks to Nedbank’s recent approval of R1 billion finance facility.

Economy >>

South Africa’s economy likely to grow in 2017

South Africa’s economy will get a boost from perkier commodity prices, a benign inflation outlook, and better rains for the agriculture sector this year, a Reuters poll found on Thursday last week.

General News >>

SA's top Property Media honoured at 2016 SAPOA Awards

SA Commercial Prop News, once again scooped the best digital publication of the year at the 2016 South African Property Owners Association (Sapoa) Property Journalism Awards — which were presented at galler dinner in Johannesburg.

Africa Property >>

Mauritius Property — Investors’ Paradise

There is more to Mauritius than its picturesque beaches and easy island living, which is helping the country to attract a lot of interest from Global and South African property investors.

Global Property >>

Is it a good time to invest in UK buy-to-let property?

Since 1970 there has been a decline in the volume of houses being built in the United Kingdom. House building peaked in the early 1970s at 350,000 houses per annum.

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