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L2D has a quality, iconic property portfolio of South African assets and was the first listed as a Collective Investment Scheme in Property(CISP) on the JSE in December 2016. With effect from 1 November 2018, L2D was reconstituted as a corporate REIT... [more info]

Tiger Brands, residential property during lockdown and agritech startup secures R100m from Naspers Foundry

21 May 2020 /  Simon Brown  
Alex Duys of Umthombo Wealth discusses Tiger Brands and Liberty 2 Degrees, sharing insight into retail trading activity; Indluplace CEO Carel de Wit talks the dynamics of residential property and agritech startup Aerobotics's Benji Meltzer explains how they're making things easier for farmers.

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

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.

Waterfall City developer Attacq beats dividend forecast

4 Mar 2020 /  Suren Naidoo   1
The only listed property fund to post double-digit dividend growth in current reporting cycle.

Sandton City delivers for Liberty Two Degrees

25 Feb 2020 /  Suren Naidoo   1
Trading densities at Sandton City increased 9% last year, entrenching its position in the Joburg market.

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.

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.

War on plastic: Liberty Two Degrees bans bags from malls

16 May 2019 /  Moneyweb   9
With over 20m shoppers frequenting the group's malls per year, this could make a substantial difference.

Munro’s brand of evangelism pays off

1 Mar 2019 /  Sasha Planting   7
Liberty's full-year results reflect the benefits of single-minded focus.

Failing retailers a headache for Liberty Two Degrees

26 Feb 2019 /  Suren Naidoo  
Retail vacancies down and trading densities up as space vacated by Stuttafords is filled.

Tough environment forces Liberty retrenchment drive

3 Oct 2018 /  Sasha Planting   36
The company says it's part of the new organisational design.

Liberty Two Degrees and Hyprop count costs of Stuttafords’ demise

1 Aug 2017 /  Ray Mahlaka    6
Both companies are in talks with international fashion retailers to take up the empty retail space.

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