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Mixed feelings about African Real Estate Investing

While Hyprop investments (JSE HYP) plans to exit its investment in sub-Saharan Africa, Grit Real Estate (JSE: GTR) remains committed spreading itself across the continent. ... Full story

Why Companies Need Workspace Recovery Now More Than Ever

When this year’s Global Risks Report by the World Economic Forum warned that the world is ‘sleepwalking’ into a crisis, the impact on business may not have been top of mind.

Retail trading density shows signs of growth but sector is in for some tough times

Shopping Centres had a better 2018, but the months ahead are still going to be tough as owners are having to adapt to a tough retail trading environment.

SA Property Sector Financial Reporting comes under spotlight

Following its worst performance in 2018, the South African REIT Association has lifted its game to a significantly higher level, as it aims to regain its reputation from financial manipulation allegations.

Advisory panel on land reform makes progress

The ten-member expert Advisory Panel on Land Reform has its hands full with a looming deadline to submit a policy perspective to the Presidency that will drive land reform in the country.

Global lift and escalator industry players to explore Africa’s market potential

The Elevator and Escalator (E&E) industry is abuzz with the news of the Global Lift & Escalator Expo (GLE Expo) entering the African market.

Landlords cash in on Prime Office Space

Appetite for well-positioned P-grade (Prime grade) Offices appears to go against the grain of the current sluggish national economic climate — SA Commercial Prop News has learned.

Workspace evolution: how flexible working is transforming economies

The rise of flexible working has transformed the business landscape. Driving this revolution are workspace providers such as Regus, who’ve provided professionals with more choices in the way they work.

SA Commercial Property Market takes a beating

Listed property’s appeal as an asset class took a hit in 2018 with the sector losing more than 25% showing its worst annual performance.

SA Investors put R3.38bn into UK Property despite Brexit

ACTIVITY in the UK property sector has seen South African Investors conclude 29 deals with a combined value of R3.38 billion (£190m) in the past few years.

Corruption scandals widen in South Africa

From KPMG, Nkandhla, VBS Mutual Bank, Gupta, Steinhoff to Bosasa, South Africa has seen endured large scale bribery, fraud and corruption scandals over the past years.

Strong corporate governance key to SA REITs success in 2019

Having been battered with a few allegations of financial manipulation and delays in reporting results, South African Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) can enhance investor confidence with robust corporate governance system.

SA fails to shine in Top 20 Most Dynamic Cities, but Kenya made it

JLL's sixth annual City Momentum Index last week announced the list of 20 world's most dynamic cities with South African cities nowhere to be found — but Kenya's Nairobi made it in the chart list.

Office vacancies remain stubbornly high

The economy weakness is exerting a toll on commercial property owners, as a rising glut of office buildings makes it more difficult for some owners to lease the empty spaces.

Shopping Mall Owners worried about Edcon can breathe a sigh of relief

The headlines about retail giant Edcon Holdings on the brink of collapse, have been jarring for South Africa’s big Shopping Mall Owners and the whole nation.

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