R3 billion set to elevate Sandton's Barlow Park Precinct

Home to many of South Africa’s largest corporates, Sandton is in for another commercial transformation, with a collaboration of three companies investing over R3 billion to redevelop Barlow Park precinct.

EPP grows asset base to R40 billion

JSE-listed EPP, the Polish real-estate group in which Redefine Properties owns a 40% stake, last week said it had grown the size of its portfolio to R40 billion (EUR2.5 bn) mark.

Investing >>

Advisory panel on land reform makes progress

The ten-member expert Advisory Panel on Land Reform has its hands full with a looming deadline to submit a policy perspective to the Presidency that will drive land reform in the country.

Companies >>

Investors coining it from Mall of Africa’s owner Attacq

South Africans invested in Attacq Limited (JSE: ATT), which owns the flagship Waterfall development precinct anchored by Mall of Africa, are laughing all the way to the bank as they are well positioned to benefit from the groups performance.

Gauteng >>

O.R Tambo launches an ambitious R4.5 billion mixed-use development

State-owned Airports Company SA (Acsa) on Tuesday launched a massive R4.5 billion mixed-use development set in the western precinct of OR Tambo International Airport.

Western Cape >>

Amdec-Marriott JV brings AC Hotels brand in the Mother City

The joint venture between Melrose Arch owners, the Amdec Group and NASDAQ-listed Marriott International, brings the first AC Hotels brand to Africa.

Mpumalanga >>

R7bn to boost Industrialization in Mpumalanga’s Nkomazi

The recent designation of the Nkomazi Special Economic Zone (SEZ) in Mpumalanga will contribute significantly to the economic and industrial development of the Nkomazi region and the province at large.

International >>

Six trends for commercial real estate investment in Europe in 2019

According to Savills, offices in central business districts, residential, smart mixed-use, logistics, space as a service and the lack of prime assets are six of the main trends we will see in the European commercial real estate investment market in 2019.

Infrastructure >>

Budget 2019: Government to pour R69 billion into cash-strapped Eskom

South Africa’s Finance Minister, Tito Mboweni delivered his maiden Budget address, revealing plans to help Eskom financial and operational crisis — and do urgent maintenance to secure the supply of electricity.