The current pace of development in South Africa has caused many government officials and private individuals to lament the shortage of skills in the property industry, especially in the project management field. This shortage of skills is threatening to slow development and is creating local opportunities for foreign companies.

Wednesday, 16 February 2005 02:00

Property industry mourns Atlas’s Irvine

The South African property industry was shocked last week to learn of the death of Peter Irvine, chairman of Atlas Properties, a top-performing property company on the JSE Securities Exchange SA.

The effects of declining inflation on the property market will be one of the key issues discussed at the Rode property conference next month.

Sapoa's popular Property Development Programme, presented jointly with the Graduate School of Business of the University of Cape Town, will be held in Cape Town from July 20 to August 2 this year.

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