LATEST NEWS FOR Hyprop Investments Ltd.  

Hyprop, Africa's leading specialist shopping centre Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT), operates an internally managed portfolio of shopping centres in major metropolitan areas across South Africa. Hyprop has a growing presence in sub-Saharan Africa... [more info]

Vukile boss plays down pandemic pressure on property valuations

UPDATE
1 Jul 2020 /  Suren Naidoo   3
As group posts healthy full-year results.

Major malls will still be hit hard if Edcon business rescue fails

UPDATE
30 Apr 2020 /  Suren Naidoo   16
Despite its 'downsizing' the clothing group remains a major tenant with 730 stores and a million square metres of prime retail space countrywide.

Covid-19: Major mall owners hammered on the JSE

24 Mar 2020 /  Suren Naidoo   3
And that was before the coronavirus-curbing lockdown was announced.

Headwinds for Hyprop as SA portfolio devalued by R1.1bn

UPDATE
28 Feb 2020 /  Suren Naidoo   21
Latest results also show that group distributable income for its half-year to the end of December 2019 decreased 13%.

SA landlords unperturbed by Forever 21’s US bankruptcy

2 Oct 2019 /  Suren Naidoo   2
The Los Angeles-based fashion retailer is reportedly set to close some 350 stores around the world.

Hyprop hits a low, Fairvest delivers market-beating results

6 Sep 2019 /  Suren Naidoo  
Hyprop falls to a new low, with its share price sliding to the lowest level in over five years.

Hyprop finalises Zambian mall sale to Growthpoint Investec African Properties

7 Aug 2019 /  Suren Naidoo  
Fund looks to bring down debt levels, following a downgrade of its credit by Moody's earlier this year. Hyprop continues with rest of Africa asset disposal

Liberty Two Degrees eyes acquisitive growth

30 Jul 2019 /  Suren Naidoo   1
Listed property fund's strong balance sheet and low loan-to-value ratio give it room to grow.

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

24 Jul 2019 /  Suren Naidoo  
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

22 Jul 2019 /  Suren Naidoo   19
Some R68bn in 2018 alone. And international investors are also betting on other markets.

Hyprop moves to restore Moody’s investment grade rating

2 Jul 2019 /  Suren Naidoo   1
Plans to sell all its rest-of-Africa property assets by June 2020 to bring down its debt levels.

Growthpoint-Investec African JV secures its first two deals

27 Jun 2019 /  Suren Naidoo   1
Announcement imminent as it emerges as the suitor of Hyprop and Attacq’s retail properties in Ghana and Zambia.

CompCom clamps down on the use of long-term exclusive lease agreements

UPDATE
30 May 2019 /  Ray Mahlaka   14
Names Shoprite, Pick n Pay, Woolworths and Spar as the biggest culprits in using these agreements to restrict the entry of emerging retail chains.

Index change prompts record outflows from SA stocks

29 May 2019 /  Adelaide Changole and Colleen Goko, Bloomberg    1
Money managers to adjust their holdings as MSCI changes emerging market index.

Hyprop dividend hit by up-for-sale Nigerian and Ghanaian assets

4 Mar 2019 /  Suren Naidoo   4
Impairment costs of just over one billion rand, following downward adjustments in the value of its stakes in sub-Saharan African property assets.

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