Attacq is a South African-based REIT, with a vision of delivering sustainable income and long-term capital growth through a focused approach in real estate investments and developments. The quality South African portfolio is dominant in its respectiv... [more info]

Rosebank and Waterfall surpass Sandton in office construction activity

SA's 'richest square mile' has been overtaken but still has an oversupply of space, according to the Rode Report.

Hamleys SA toy chain saved

New owners aim to recapitalise and stabilise the business, while former owner faces fraud charges.

Joburg’s Steyn City to be a R30bn development by 2030

A R5.5bn 'city centre' is next up for the massive lifestyle estate, backed by insurance and property magnate Douw Steyn.

SA landlords unperturbed by Forever 21’s US bankruptcy

The Los Angeles-based fashion retailer is reportedly set to close some 350 stores around the world.

Double-digit distribution growth for Mall of Africa owner Attacq

Strong performance underpinned by its quality South African portfolio, largely centred on its Waterfall City mega development.

Revenue boost sees Attacq up its full year dividend

Melt Hamman – CEO, Attacq

Five things making headlines in South Africa today

Moody's Africa conference kicks off, Attacq and Master Drilling results, manufacturing production and more.

Attacq’s Waterfall City gets R1.25bn high-rise residential boost

Construction now underway on new Ellipse development, a joint-venture between Attacq and private Joburg-based residential developer Tricolt.

Nedbank’s billion-rand debt financing deal with Kenya’s Centum

The bank's financing pipeline in the rest of Africa has now grown beyond the R4.5bn mark.

Capital flight: SA property companies invest billions more offshore

Some R68bn in 2018 alone. And international investors are also betting on other markets.

Rosebank is SA’s priciest office node, report shows

While Sandton's office vacancy rate worsens 'significantly'.

Growthpoint-Investec African JV secures its first two deals

Announcement imminent as it emerges as the suitor of Hyprop and Attacq’s retail properties in Ghana and Zambia.

Residential rentals: Lower growth, higher vacancies

The growth of residential rentals slowed in the first quarter of 2019, languishing below inflation.

There’s value in listed property, but risks remain

At a 10% yield, there is a margin of safety.

Five things making headlines in South Africa today

Q4 GDP, fuel hikes kick in at midnight, Nedbank, Clover and Attacq results.

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