Wednesday, 18 September 2019 16:00

WPN reveals SA Women in Property Awards finalists

The Women’s Property Network (WPN) has announced the finalists of the South African Women in Property Awards (SAWIPA), marking a celebration of female excellence in the local commercial property sector.

JLL’s research into global property transactions reveals that in the first half of 2019, there was a 42% increase in the value of mixed-use property transactions.

FNB has unveiled the first phase of its BankCity revitalization project to continue its commitment and investment in the Johannesburg inner-city.

Following various announcements made by Edcon over recent months in relation to the recapitalisation of the business, the Group has advanced the process sufficiently to provide a further update to all stakeholders. 

A breakfast event held jointly by the South African Property Owners Association (SAPOA), Women’s Property Network (WPN) and the South African Institute of Black Property Practitioners (SAIBPP) sponsored by Beier Group and the Durban ICC, took place at Durban’s ICC on 13 February 2019.

Empowerment, transformation, and collaboration: These are some of the themes that emerged at the annual convention of the South African Institute of Black Property Practitioners, which took place on 2 and 3 November.

Competition Commission announces the appointment of a panel for the grocery retail sector market inquiry which is due to tackle the exclusivity of lease agreements at shopping malls.

The Minister of Trade and Industry, Dr Rob Davies Davies, says that transformation of the property sector in South Africa should contribute towards reversing the legacy of the Native Land Act, 27 of 1913, subsequent discriminatory policy and legislation which denied black people access to productive land and property.

SAPOA met with key government stakeholders to foster relationships between public and private sector on issues affecting property owners, managers and developers in the Capital City.

The multi-billion rand Rainbow Junction mixed-use property megaproject, anchored by a new R2.5 billion 94,000sqm super-regional shopping centre, is getting unprecedented attention from investors and major developers wanting to co-develop or secure a stake in the groundbreaking project just 6km north of the Pretoria CBD.

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