Property developer JT Ross swept the board with top honours for its overhaul of the iconic Lion Match factory at the recent South African Property Owners’ Association awards in Gauteng.

Phoenix Industrial Park, one of Durban’s oldest and sizeable industrial parks, is the focus of a new retention and expansion programme which will see the city boosting local business as it reinvests in the park’s future. The knock-on effect on real estate being one noteworthy spinoff.

Wednesday, 13 February 2013 07:46

Durban's centre of gravity adjusts Northward

Durban continues to see a significant move North for its commercial and industrial developments. This poses the question, is this at the expense of the Durban South Basin?

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