The South African Institude of Black Property Practitioners (SAIBPP) set to host its annual convention from 2-3 November 2016

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The South African Institute of Black Property Practitioners (SAIBPP) today hosted a media briefing to launch its upcoming annual convention taking place from 2-3 November 2016 themed “The Property Sector as a Key Driver for Sustainable Economic Growth and Wealth Redistribution”.


The upcoming 2016 SAIBPP Annual Convention will provide a much-needed platform for professionals within the South African property industry to not only network and share information but to also engage in meaningful dialogue around transformation within the industry. The overall theme will be underpinned by the robust interrogation of topics including land reform, property ownership, public sector transformation policy and sustainable economic development. The second day of the conference will address the ‘Land Issue’.

2016 SAIBPP Annual Convention speakers and panellists include a range of key industry stakeholders and decision makers from public and private sector, and funding institutions, such as Paul Serote, Head of Property Management Trading Entity; Kevin Roman, CEO of Mowana Property Group & COO of Pareto Limited; and Boni Muvevi, Gauteng Partnership Fund, CEO.

“This year marks SAIBPP’s 20th Anniversary and we believe that it’s time for honest reflection on the slow pace of transformation in SA, and our industry in particular. This conference represents a strategic, practical and solutions-orientated  approach to dealing with the current challenges facing the various stakeholders in the property sector. For instance, beyond legislation, what practical interventions do we now need to apply in order to see radical transformation in the property sector,” says SAIBPP President, Nkuli Bogopa.

According to Bogopa: “Property and/or land ownership is one of the key foundations of wealth creation and the basis upon which our currently stagnant economy will be rebuilt. The industry is valued at R5.8-trillion according to Property Sector Charter excluding the value chain and associated services. Black people are still largely excluded from the entire value chain which is unacceptable and unsustainable 22 years into our democracy.”

The SAIBPP Awards dinner will wrap up the 2-day programme where industry professionals, will once again honour property industry leaders that have excelled in their respective disciplines and companies that have succeeded in demonstrating a commitment to transformation. This year will see the introduction of a new award category honouring excellent academic achievement.

“The theme of this year’s Annual Convention will therefore, open up a strategic dialogue about the 

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