LATEST NEWS FOR Delta Property Fund Ltd.  

Delta is the dominant sovereign listed property fund in South Africa, is black managed and with its level 2 B-BBEE contributor status is one of the highest empowered funds in the sector. The primary focus of the Fund is long-term investment in qualit... [more info]

Rebosis expects to retain Reit status, despite paying no dividend

Withholds distributions to preserve capital, given its position and tough market conditions in SA.

Delta shares surge 11.5%, despite reducing dividend payout

CEO attributes increase to the group reporting improvements on several key trading metrics in a tough market.

Redefine opposes Delta-Rebosis merger

Cornwall Crescent, which has a stake in Delta and is backed by Redefine, is also against it.

Delta and Rebosis merger back on the table

If approved, it will create the largest black-owned and managed listed property fund in SA.

Rand hits 2-month low after Moody’s comments on Eskom  

The yield on the benchmark government bond due in 2026 shed a single basis point to 8.43%.

Public Works tenders will be open to public scrutiny, says De Lille

Minister undertakes to speed up the renewal of leases, appeals to property sector to help root out corruption.

Office vacancies a ‘big risk’ for listed property

Sandton CBD office vacancies could top 20% this year.

Delta’s distributable income tumbles 24%

‘Toughest year since listing’ for the property fund.

Stronger gold price, Tencent gives Alsi a 1.41% boost

Spiking gold price picked up local gold mining, commodity counter while a stronger Tencent also pushed industrials counters up.

Five things making headlines in South Africa today

SAA's Vuyani Jarana quits, Delta Property Fund results, Aspen concludes transaction with Lactalis, total vehicle sales, rand update.

Propertuity in Maboneng: What went wrong?

Things were not as profitable as they seemed.

Delta share price continues to bleed following results

Share price drop adds to the concerns a Delta investor.

Property sector under pressure to transform

New BEE deals and a raft of new black appointments could boost transformation.

Offshore property stocks come out on top

The worrying state of the economy and political ructions weigh on local stocks.

Another year of slashed dividends for property investors

Property companies downgrade their dividend forecasts for 2018, with some expecting to post flat and even negative dividend growth.

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