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Weak economy stifles property industry while boosting tourism

New Cape Town AC Marriott hotel aimed at mid-level travellers.

Sold: Trendy Maboneng designer buildings

Bids varied from R400 000 to R32m, but whether they will all be accepted remains to be seen.

SA election pivotal to boosting property’s rebound – Redefine CEO

Real estate industry needs political certainty, says Andrew Konig.

Are my pension plans wise?

After taking out my pension to pay off my bond, I want to invest the rest in an annuity for life once fully retired.

Growthpoint taps desalination to ensure V&A water supply

New plant will supersede Cape Town's smaller waterfront effort.

Growthpoint-Investec JV targets R7.3bn spend in Africa this year

Eyes ‘relevant’ retail and office space while Growthpoint targets SA healthcare in separate fund.

Tenants line up for space in Joburg’s bombed-out CBD

National retailers set to sign leases in mixed-use renewal project.

How electricity, rates have squeezed owners, landlords

And homeowners can likely expect ‘more of the same’ …

Growthpoint expects ‘little to no growth’ from SA portfolio

SA-focused Reit to look abroad for growth as local fundamentals 'remain weak and are worsening'.

The real state of the residential rental market

Rental growth has halved since 2017, and is nearly one percentage point below inflation.

Delta share price continues to bleed following results

Share price drop adds to the concerns a Delta investor.

Mixed response to City of Joburg’s inclusionary housing policy

The rich will soon live side by side with the poor in Johannesburg.

Restructured Resilient posts lower dividends

Company calls for swift conclusion to investigation into alleged share-price manipulation.

Grit to retain JSE listing as it eyes inclusion in SA property index

Following its LSE listing, the fund has grown the value of its portfolio to around $800m.

US props up Emira distributions

Had Emira not invested in the US, its half-year distributions would have showed barely any growth.


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