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Arrowhead facing criticism over its remuneration policy

Arrowhead Properties, which has forecast that its dividend will shrink in the year to September, is facing criticism over its remuneration policy. ... Full story

Fund bets on super mall to Accelerate confidence

Accelerate Property Fund is banking on the relaunch of the Fourways Mall in 2018 to boost confidence in the company and its shares.

Liberty Two Degrees' resilience rides out the storm

Liberty Two Degrees (L2D), which owns some of SA’s premium shopping centres, says its iconic asset portfolio and strategy to actively manage its precincts will enable it to remain resilient during the tough South African economic climate.

Emira Property Fund spreads its wings into America

Emira Property Fund has become the first South African-based real estate investment trust (Reit) to invest directly in American property.

Spear targets dividend increase as Western Cape assets pay off

Property company Spear Reit has revised its dividend for the 2018 financial year to as much as 79c following a strong performance in the interim period.

Emira upbeat over conversion of office block to residential units

Emira Property Fund is confident that its first asset conversion of a property from office to residential will succeed and that this will prompt the company to complete more value-enhancing property conversions.

Grit keeps dividend payment rolling

Grit Real Estate, the only listed Africa-focused property fund, has declared its seventh consecutive dividend since its formation in 2014.

Stor-Age diversifies into UK market with R1.3 billion acquisition

Stor-Age Property REIT [JSE: SSS] has diversified its portfolio entering the UK self storage market — with an estimated R1.3 billion acquisition of the region’s sixth largest self storage operator, Storage King.

SA's Retail Sector is in trouble but Mall Owner managed to eke out growth

Although South Africa’s economic strife has dimmed prospects for a long-term revival in consumer spending, shopping centre owner, Hyprop Investments (JSE: HYP) is still managing to eke out growth.

Safari raises funds in share sale in bid to cut debt

Safari Investments has privately placed 119,552,633 shares at R7.60 each through a combination of a specific and general issue raising R908,600,0011 in new equity, as it looks to reduce its overall debt level and to double in size in the next three years.

Growthpoint pursues Healthcare Properties, boosts offshore exposure

Growthpoint Properties (JSE: GRT), is exploring new avenues of growth in keeping with the changing business landscape, while expanding its portfolio of core businesses domestically and internationally.

Liberty vehicle looks to eateries

New restaurant tenants form the thrust of its strategy in weak economic environment, says CEO Amelia Beattie

Liberty posts distribution of 30c per share in its maiden results

Real estate investment trust (Riet) Liberty Two Degrees (L2D) on Monday declared a distribution of 30c per share in the six months to end-June.

Heriot REIT Limited lists on AltX to raise cash for expansion

Heriot REIT Limited (JSE:HET) listed in the Real Estate sector on the JSE’s AltX board as a Real Estate Investment Trust on Monday.

Hyprop grows its Eastern Europe footprint but faces pressure back home

Hyprop Investments (JSE:HYP), the owner of blue chip malls such as Johannesburg’s Rosebank Mall, Hyde Park Corner and Canal Walk in Cape Town, is actively expanding its Eastern European property business.

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