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Safari maiden FY results 'strong and steady'

Safari Investments describes its maiden full-year financial results as 'strong and steady', lifting its headline earnings per share to 54c from 30c. ... Full story

Safari builds a desirable asset portfolio

Safari Investments grows its assets 31% from R1.3bn since listing in April last year to R1.7bn at the end of March.

Performance of SA REITs analysed from capital gains and profitability perspectives

The latest research from JLL South Africa analyses the performance of the South African Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) from a capital gains perspective and a profitability perspective in order to highlight the drivers of investment returns.

Joburg’s historic Wembley Raceway Stadium hits the Auction Block

The historic Wembley Stadium and Raceway in Johannesburg CBD, where in the 1940’s speedway racing was the thing, is set to go under the auctioneer’s gavel during Auction Inc’s Multiple Property Auction on 2 July 2015.

Old Mutual backs the Zone @ Rosebank facelift with R500m

Old Mutual Properties will redevelop Zone@Rosebank shopping centre in a R500m expansion that will see a number of top retailers added to the existing tenant mix.

Bond sell-off sparks drop in property index

FTSE/JSE South African listed property index has lost 9.48% of its value since the beginning of March.

Smaller property funds offer bigger returns, says experts

Few smaller listed property funds with specialised assets may still offer strong returns.

Property’s run hits obstacles

Property stocks continued to perform well over the most recent results season but market conditions and a lack of outlier events suggest this will be the last good set for results for the year.

Shree Property Holdings gets R1bn loan boost from Standard Bank

Standard Bank Group, Africa’s biggest lender by assets and earnings, has granted R1 billion to Shree Property Holdings, to enable the company refinance existing loan facilities and acquire new properties to add to its industrial property portfolio in KwaZulu-Natal.

Appetite for hotel development in Sub-Saharan Africa rises

Appetite for hotel development in Africa is increasing with many more businesses setting up offices or doing deals on the continent.

More shopping centres coming

At least 30 new shopping centres are expected to open their doors this year and next.

Catch-22 of noncore property investments

Weak market conditions are preventing companies from heeding the calls of eager investors to sell properties that are not core to their business.

Listed property’s hazy outlook

South African listed property is unlikely to outperform general equities by as big a margin as in previous years but there are still attractive opportunities in the sector.

Gooderson bets on better times

Boutique hotel and timeshare group Gooderson Leisure is spending on expansions in the 'bad times' to be ready when better times return to the hotel industry.

Steady seas for commercial investors

Small changes in short-term interest rates are likely to affect consumer spending patterns, says Attie Anderson FNB Commercial Property Finance’s head.

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