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Radisson to build two new hotels in Joburg and Durban despite Covid-19 turmoil

The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated Radisson Hotel Group Africa’s hospitality plans, pushing the company to invest billions in building new six new hotels in Africa, including two in South Africa. ... Full story

Why Property Investors are going for ‘Aparthotels’

‘Aparthotels or serviced apartments are a relatively recent phenomenon growing in popularity among property investors wanting to mitigate risk.

SONA 2020: Industry players call for action to boost Property Investor Confidence

The 2020 State of the Nation Address (SONA) is on everyone’s minds and it’s clear that our President and his cabinet have a lot of work ahead of them.

SA listed property - is the party over?

Listed property's party is over and investors who’ve invested in because of the sector’s historic ability to deliver inflation-beating dividends are no doubt wondering if it’s still the best place to stash their cash.

2020 SA Commercial Property Market Outlook very cautious

Macro-economic and political landscape uncertainty suggests that a cautious outlook for South African commercial real estate is likely to persist into 2020.

Industrial Property Sector performance holding up

For the past few years, the industrial property sector has outperformed the office, retail and leisure property sectors.

Should you be taking your Money Offshore?

Last week’s news that Moody’s kept South Africa’s investment rating as one notch above junk but revised its outlook from stable to negative, seems to spell a junk status downgrade in the near future unless Government can take drastic action on key economic issues.

Identifying Offshore Property Hotspots for the best Investment results

The key to a successful investment property is to buy in a ‘property hotspot’, but how does one identify a hotspot in areas you don’t know well?

Municipalities in terrible state

MOST South Africa’s municipalities are in a financial state so terrible, threatening their ability to deliver services, says Auditor General (AG) Kimi Makwetu on Wednesday.

Property Investors need to be Patient

South Africa still offers a viable commercial property sector regardless of the country's current economic malaise — SA Commercial Prop News has learned.

A snapshot of SA energy regulatory framework

The building stock in the world consumes approximately 40% of the energy and emits one third of the total greenhouse gases emissions (GHG).

The current state of Flexible Working

A survey of 15,000 professionals in 80 countries by IWG has revealed that a towering majority find flexible working to be “the new normal.”

Small businesses in uphill battle over Airbnb regulation

The saga between small operators and large hotel groups over Airbnb regulation in South Africa, takes a new twist after a business lobby group says it is considering legal steps to challenge a new bill.

Presidential Advisory Panel finalizing report on Land Reform

The Expert Advisory Panel on Land Reform is currently finalizing its report for consideration by the Inter-Ministerial Committee and the Presidency.

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.

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