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Broll gains ground in Mozambique

Broll Property Group is making headway in its African-focused strategy, with continental operations, after having acquired Finlay & Associates’ property management business in South Africa and Mozambique. ... Full story

Botswana’s property returns drop in 2014

Botswana’s investment property sector appears to be weakening, with the latest data from New York Stock Exchange-listed MSCI Incorporated, showing that capital valuations have softened.

Property owners eye energy alternatives

Architects and property developers across african countries have started 'thinking green' when they plan new developments by employing renewal energy sources.

Significant opportunities for property investors in Africa, says Standard Bank

Rapid urbanisation and growing consumer wealth on the African continent is providing numerous opportunities for investors wanting to gain exposure to retail and office property developments north of South Africa.

5 year plan then glory on African Property Stocks

Investors should look at African property companies with a five year time horizon in mind according to Stanlib's head of listed property funds, Keillen Ndlovu.

UK-based Tradehold growing foothold in Africa

Tradehold says work has started on its R480m regional shopping centre, which is located in the harbour town of Walvis Bay, Namibia.

Global megatrends to drive growth in Africa real estate industry

Global megatrends, such as rapid urbanisation and demographic changes, will drive growth in the real estate industry across Africa over the next five years, a PwC report released last week has asserted.

Cement Maker eyes prospects in some African markets

South Africa's Cement giant Pretoria Portland Cement (PPC) is 'actively' looking to establish a presence in a number of other African countries.

Ranks of super-rich Africans on the rise

A report released yesterday by Knight Frank supported by Standard Bank Wealth and Investment, points out that the number of ultra high net worth (UHNW) individuals in the African continent is expected to increase by 59% over the next 10 years.

Urbanisation drives hunger for property and development in Africa

Sub-Saharan Africa is a promising market for property as urbanisation, economic development and increased affluence among the rising middle class drive growth across the sector.

Nigeria’s Eko Atlantic City takes shape

The new multi-billion dollar Eko Atlantic City with residential and commercial tower blocks off the coast of Lagos in Victoria Island, is taking shape as developers forge ahead with infrastructure development.

Nairobi's Garden City phase one nearing completion

There is an end in sight for phase one of Nairobi's Garden City project on Thika Road, with the grand opening of the mall now set for April.

Tanzania to start major port construction in 2015

Tanzania will launch construction of a major Chinese-funded sea port in 2015 to boost the trading capacity of the east African nation, a presidential statement read.

The Grove Mall of Namibia opens its doors

The Grove Mall of Namibia – the largest shopping centre ever to be developed in the country, on Thursday commenced trading, spanning 55,000m² shopping destination with national retailers, entertainment outlets and restaurants.

Africa Property Investment a long but Fruitful Play

Despite the challenges, majority of SA’s listed property funds which have ventured into other African countries have chosen to start with shopping centre developments.

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