South African Property Owners Association (SAPOA)

Why Municipal Elections are Important for Property Owners and Investors

Local government plays a major role in governance and the provision of basic public services in the country. Whoever governs the municipalities holds the key to South Africa’s success and attract property developers and investors. ... Full story

Africa Real Estate still offer value for hardworking Investors

Africa property industry still represents good value for investors wanting a relatively secure income stream despite challenges that faces the continent. ... Full story

GladAfrica Group signs major partnership deal with SAPOA

Engineering consulting company, GladAfrica and South African Property Owners Association (SAPOA), have signed a landmark three-year platinum partnership agreement. ... Full story

Emira Property Fund sees little cheer

Emira Property Fund has warned that its results for the year 2017 could be lower than the audited results for the previous year. ... Full story

Property owners battle Gauteng office vacancies

Economic slowdown is being reflected in Gauteng’s office rental sector, with landlords struggling to fill once-popular buildings. ... Full story

Public Works committed to improve Government’s leasing deals

Department of Public Works Minister, Thulas Nxesi recently hosted a meeting with media and CEO's of the country’s property companies stressing the need to stamp out corruption in government’s property leasing deals. ... Full story

Office sector drifting

Office vacancies remain flat in South Africa suggesting that not enough new supply is coming on board, the South African Property Owner’s Association (Sapoa)’s latest vacancy report shows. ... Full story

SAPOA signs pact with The Black Conveyancers Association

The South African Property Owners Association (SAPOA) has signed a memorandum of understanding with The Black Conveyancers Association (BCA), it said on Tuesday. ... Full story

Rand‬ on the comeback trail after ‪Pravin Gordhan‬ reappointment

The Rand strengthened against major currencies on Monday after President Jacob Zuma decided to remove relatively unknown David van Rooyen from the position as finance minister and to reappoint Pravin Gordhan. ... Full story

Nene's axing sparks outrage from SA's Property Sector

The South African Property Owners Association (Sapoa) has expressed their disappointment at the decision by President Jacob Zuma to remove Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene. ... Full story

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