Izak Petersen

Dipula absorbs six shopping centres for R425m

Dipula Income Fund has acquired 6 shopping centres from Redefine Properties for a consideration of R425-million, 25% of which will be settled in cash and the balance in Dipula A and B linked units.

SAPOA gets its third female President

The South African Property Owners Association (SAPOA) has demolished industry stereotypes and appointed its third female President, Amelia Beattie, to lead the commercial property representative body.

Rates and Taxes a burning issue for South African Property Owners

THE yearly rates, taxes and services increases in South African municipalities were seen as inflationary and contradict the aims of building the economy of the cities and creating jobs, a panel discussion at the SAPOA Convention said on Thursday.

Portfolio potential helps lift Dipula distributions

PROPERTY loan stock company, Dipula Income Fund yesterday reported distribution growth of 5% for A linked units and 8.5% for B linked units for its six-month period ended February 2014.

Property Sector backs South African Economy with R191.4 billion

A new study reveals that the property sector contributes R191.4 billion to the South African economy, according to Property Sector Charter Council, which aims to ensure industry stakeholders understand the Impact of sector at large.

Dipula adds R316m Gillwell Taxi Retail Park to portfolio

Dipula Income Fund (DIA) said on Wednesday that it had agreed to acquire the Gillwell Taxi Retail Park development in the East London CBD, for R316 million.

Dipula Income Fund beats distribution forecast

Dipula Income Fund (DIA‚ DIB) on Thursday delivered its financial results for the year to August 2013‚ reporting growth of 7% in combined A- and B-linked distributions‚ delivering on its guidance to investors.

Dipula’s recent Acquisitions seen to Drive Rental Income Growth

JSE-listed Dipula Income Fund, formed through the merger of Mergence Africa Property Fund and Dipula Property Fund, today reported 14 properties valued at R1,4 billion transferring into its portfolio in the past 14 months.

Dipula Income Fund property portfolio grows apace

Dipula Income Fund (DIA‚ DIB) on Tuesday announced that after implementation of all acquired assets since listing at JSE, the fund’s portfolio will comprise 183 retail, industrial and office properties valued at approximately R4.3 billion.

Dipula Income Fund back on acquisition trail

The future looks less cloudy, despite the global economic uncertainty, JSE-listed property loan stock company Dipula Income Fund is stepping up expansion plans to acquire six more properties worth R559 million.

back 1 2 3 next total: 30 | displaying: 11 - 20