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While the South African business sector is faced with many challenges, particularly as a result of uncertainty around the future leadership of the ANC, there is significant opportunity for growth sectors of the local industry during 2018.
Lofty, proud and soaring, the first skyscraper buildings in Cape Town were built more than 40 years ago.
Stuart Chait, Executive Chairman of Land Equity, a South African based privately held property investment, development and private equity company, has called on government to back Black Economic Empowered (BEE) property developers by making access to funding easier.
Despite economic pressure, property development in the Mother City shows no signs of slowing down, with various commercial and residential property developments planned, including two R1.5 billion developments.
CEO of a jewellery house makes history as she bids R90m at an auction for a dream villa in Clifton.
Cape property entrepreneur Stuart Chait has sold his interests in trendy Jo’burg work, live, play and shop precinct Melrose Arch to co-owner Amdec in a lucrative deal.
Land Equity Investments, which is headed by property entrepreneur Stuart Chait, has opened the tap on a R1,4-billion pipeline of five commercial and residential property projects in its Cape Peninsula division
Developers, builders, agents and buyers face supply constraints and frustration.
One of the biggest problems facing the South African construction industry is a 'massive' shortage of labour skills
Property developers face a crunch as building costs mount up