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US$200m Zambia’s largest mixed-use development opens

LUSAKA – The 30 000m² Levy Shopping Centre opened its doors in the Zambian capital, Lusaka, on Thursday morning with thousands of people streaming through the doors within the first few hours ... Full story

Mozambique’s real estate market is opening up to SA investors

Boasting 2500km of coastline, the once war-ravaged Mozambique is becoming popular among SA leisure property investors looking for an unspoilt alternative to Clifton, Plett or Ballito.

Scramble for a piece of Kisumu city creates new property firms

Kisumu city in Kenya is experiencing a property boom that has seen land prices triple in value in some areas.

Commercial property growth in Ghana

Business is prospering in Ghana, and this is translating into a surge in demand for quality retail, residential and office space.

PPC pins hopes on Zimbabwe, 'overdue' SA recovery

Pretoria Portland Cement (PPC) hopes for a "long overdue" recovery in the cement industry, and is also pinning its hopes on further growth in Zimbabwe.

Five reasons why Lagos’s real estate sector is set to take-off

Estimates about the size of Lagos’s population differ widely. While Nigeria’s commercial capital is officially home to around 10 million people, some believe the real figure is closer to 17 million.

Bagatelle Mall in Mauritius now open

Bagatelle Mall in Mauritius opened to the public at the end of last month, that is exactly one year after Prime minister Navinchandra Ramgoolam officially inaugurated the development site.

Rail Park Mall gives shoppers a new experience

The P350-million Rail Park Mall at the Gaborone train station was a beehive of activity when it opened for business on Thursday, 20 October 2011.

Groot Property Group to build a world-class Airport at Groot near Etosha

Groot Group seeks to develop and build Groot International Airport as one of Africa’s largest and best passenger terminal buildings.

Africa’s new business frontiers

A fast-developing infrastructure of flexible workspaces is helping companies explore new opportunities in West and East Africa, says Joanne Bushell, CEO of Middle East & Africa of Regus.

$9m in the pipeline for Groot Community new development Namibia

The Groot Property Group is developing an upscale diverse community, named Groot, near Etosha National Park in the Kunene region of Namibia, the industrial development company said on Monday.

Woolworths to grow African JVs

South African retailer Woolworths Holdings has announced a joint venture in Tanzania and Uganda, adding more stores to its growing African portfolio.

Nigeria the place to invest

Major South African property groups have set their sights on Nigeria as one of the emerging markets for property investment. Oil-rich Ghana in West Africa and Angola in southern Africa are also considered hot destinations.

Developments in Namibia signal renewed activity in retail & office sectors

Property development projects in both office and retail sectors are well underway in Namibia´s capital city of Windhoek.

Zim property market poised for growth

Many would argue that with everything going wrong in Zimbabwe, property is the last thing one would think of investing in.

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