The first phase of Loftus Park opened in Pretoria today introducing some 34 000m2 of A-grade office space, a premium gym, open air piazza with restaurants and a convenience retail.

The Pivotal Fund Limited (‘Pivotal’), a development-focused investment fund, today reported solid results for the six months ended 31 August 2016 with a 17.35% increase in net asset value per share to R23.00, excluding deferred tax (“NAVPS”) year-on-year.

Jackie van Niekerk‚ CEO of Pivotal Property Fund discusses full-year results from the property investment fund.

JSE listed property investment and development company, Pivotal Property Fund and Abland Proprietary Limited, broke ground on their Loftus Park development.

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