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The Property Practitioners Draft Bill was published for comment on 31 March 2017 and when gazetted into law, will replace the Estate Agency Affairs Act of 1976.
The South African Property Owners Association (SAPOA) executives and members of the board met with the City of Cape Town yesterday evening as part of its Meet the Mayor initiative.
As land reform takes centre stage ahead of municipal elections this year, the South African Property Owners Association (SAPOA) has called for professionals in the property sector to arm themselves with the right skills to navigate this exciting but often controversial terrain.
CNN's foremost international business correspondent and New York based presenter of Quest Means Business, Richard Quest, will be the Master of Ceremonies at the South African Property Owners Association (SAPOA) 50th Anniversary Convention and Property Exhibition.
The commercial property industry is hugely concerned with Eskom's proposed 16% electricity tariff increase which it believes will have a negative effect on the industry.
The Estate Agency Affairs Board (EAAB) is gratified to announce the successful establishment of a Multi-Stakeholder Group comprising both itself and estate agency sector representative organisations.
Young environmental innovators from the University of Cape Town scooped both first and second prizes in the inaugural Growthpoint Greenovate Awards, which recognise innovation linked to environmental challenges.
“We can achieve so much more and get better results if we work together instead of doing it on our own”.
SAPOA met with key government stakeholders to foster relationships between public and private sector on issues affecting property owners, managers and developers in the Capital City.