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SA’s next property mogul?

Property as an asset class is highly regarded in South Africa.
Sisa Ngebulana, CEO Rebosis
Property as an asset class is highly regarded in South Africa. 
 
According to economist Mike Schüssler “South Africa, with a median population age of around 25 years old, has a home-ownership rate of well over 60%” – one of the highest in the world. 
 
Property is a major focus for the 2016 Money Expo, coming up on 8 and 9 July at the Sandton Convention Centre. Organised by JSE-listed media group Moneyweb  the Money Expo brings together thousands of motivated investors, entrepreneurs and industry experts in various investment fields. 
 
“When we polled data from registering delegates, we found that 62% of them are interested in learning more about property investing,” says Moneyweb MD Marc Ashton. 
 
In response to these insights, the Expo has a number of breakaway panels and interviews with industry experts with the highlight being a one-on-one interview with Sisa Ngebulana, the founder of Rebosis who will take the audience through his entrepreneurial story of building a property empire.  The interview will take place on Saturday 9 Julyand 10:30am.
 
Other panel discussions include:
  • Outlook for listed property with insights from leading property analysts and investors
  • Property tycoon: The outlook for residential property
 
To attend Money Expo 2016, all you need to is register here.
Alternatively you can secure your VIP pass and enjoy access to all paid-for events as well as use Moneyweb to facilitate high-level introductions.  
For further information around commercial activations at the Money Expo, please contact either Tracy or Tamaryn on 011 344-8600 or e-mail Tracyp@moneyweb.co.za or Tamaryn@moneyweb.co.za

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what would greatly enhance the property sector would be available electricity (obviously ) and a stronger legal system to protect lessors.
the norm in Europe is to rent rather than buy and many more affordable housing units would be built if investors knew their money was safe.

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