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Gauteng government to Auction 31 state owned properties

Gauteng provincial government on Tuesday announced that it will be selling 31 state owned properties at auction in October, including Premier David Makhura's official residence in Bryanston. ... Full story

A look at Tshwane’s R1.8 billion mixed-use green development

Central Square, a R1.8 billion mixed-use development which opened on Wednesday. is set to become a prominent landmark in Menlyn Maine district of Tshwane – the country’s first “green city” precinct.

Oversupply of Retail Space no good news to Pretoria East

Shopping Centre demand in Pretoria East is almost tipping over, but more malls are still coming online — raising the likelihood of an over-supply of retail stock in the region.

Mall of Africa proves the value of solid financial relationships

The opening of the Mall of Africa in Waterfall Estate, Midrand in Johannesburg, has many lessons for other South African property players looking to develop projects of such size.

Gauteng seeks court review of award over Gautrain

Gauteng provincial government institutes proceedings in the high court to review the near-doubling of a multimillion rand award against it in respect of the Gautrain.

Menlyn Park Shopping Centre earns green star rating

The extension of Menlyn Park Shopping Centre in Pretoria has received a 4-star green star retail design rating ahead of World Environment Day.

City of Joburg draws big investments, Mayor says

Johannesburg City mayor Parks Tau delivered his State of the City Address (Soca), saying the city’s economy has grown significantly thanks to various developmental initiatives put in place by his administration.

Pretoria to get multi-billion rand property development

While there is buzz around Gauteng’s new mega developments being built at Modderfontein and Steyn City, another multi-billion-rand project is scheduled to take off next year in Pretoria.

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.

Gauteng Premier rallies behind "Modderfontein New City" development

At the stakeholders briefing held on Wednesday announcing plans to built R84bn new City Centre in Modderfontein, Gauteng Premier Nomvula Mokonyane welcomed the multi-billion rand deal struck by the Chinese property firm to turn property in Modderfontein into a financial hub.

Johannesburg’s Rosebank on the rise

The construction of the Gautrain station, major commercial property and transport developments in Rosebank are among exciting projects that have turned the node into a unique, vibrant and cosmopolitan hub.

Tshwane Municipality has bold vision for property development

In his State of the City address, executive mayor Kgosientso Ramokgopa announced that the municipality and the national Department of Public Works would press ahead with the plan to accommodate government offices on a boulevard that will run along WF Nkomo Street.

Chinese-Modderfontein land deal hailed by Gauteng Premier

Gauteng premier Nomvula Mokonyane is optimistic that the Modderfontein land deal struck between Chinese property firm Shanghai Zendai and Chemicals group AECI, will spurring job creation and enhance economic activity in the province.

Nedbank addresses needs of the ‘gap’ market by financing Clayville Rental Project Development

Nedbank has entered into an agreement with Central Property Developments Johannesburg (PTY) Ltd (a subsidiary of the well known Cosmopolitan Group) to fund a rental housing development in Clayville in the Midrand Gauteng.

Gauteng budget speech 2012: Full Transcript

The Gauteng provincial government will invest R15 million in infrastructure for smart cities in the new financial year, in a bid to trim unemployment and social transformation.

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