Rand Merchant Bank has committed to jointly fund a major US$182-million A- grade office development in Lagos, Nigeria.

South Africa's foremost financial services company, FirstRand Limited has disclose plans to invest proceeds of its $250 million fund raising exercise across major West and Southern African real estate markets - particularly Nigeria, Ghana and Angola.

Monday, 08 October 2012 07:49

RMB Westport says West is best

RMB Westport recently raised US$250-million for its Real Estate Development Fund aimed at developing real estate assets in west Africa.

Saturday, 31 March 2012 02:00

Global Property company launches in SA

Knight Frank, a global property company with 209 offices in 47 countries across six continents handling in excess of US$755 billion worth of commercial, agricultural and residential real estate transactions annually, has launched Knight Frank Commercial in SA

Tuesday, 28 February 2012 02:00

Pinnacle Point Lagos Keys project folds

Pinnacle Point Group cannot raise funds to develop its Lagos Keys project in Nigeria, whose value is estimated to be R398m

Monday, 20 February 2012 02:00

Pinnacle Point Lagos Keys project folds

Financially troubled property company Pinnacle Point Group will have its Lagos Keys project in Nigeria, terminated as it cannot raise funds to develop the venture.

Namibian retail has been largely sheltered from the prevailing tough trading conditions which have impacted the retail sector in South Africa and globally, explains retail leasing director, Dave Bennie of leading African property company Broll

Wednesday, 23 June 2010 02:00

Weaving all the elements

The upgraded World Cup football stadiums are ventures with little chance of balancing their R17bn costs once the buzz of the vuvuzelas has stilled, says Carol Weaving.

Wednesday, 02 June 2010 02:00

Sephaku in funding agreement with Dangote

Sephaku Holdings has announced that a heads of agreement has been signed with Dangote in relation to the funding of a cement project held by its 80.2%-held subsidiary, Sephaku Cement.

Thursday, 17 December 2009 02:00

SA to be the racetrack of African kings

African countries could soon have their race horses galloping in Plettenberg Bay, that's if Africa Race Estate is allowed to develop a R1.3bn track, pavilion, a five-star hotel and village in the area.

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