Property Studies students make their mark in the property sector.

The South African Institute of Black Property Practitioners (SAIBPP) through a partnership with WITS University and commercial retail property investment fund; Pareto Ltd, announced the launch of the internationally acclaimed IREM Certified Property Manager (CPM) certification on Friday, August 18 2017 – a first for the African continent.

The recent protests at universities and colleges across SA have caused many to question the wisdom of investing in student accommodation - but it still remains a highly attractive option provided you buy the right kind of property in the right location, says Bill Rawson, chairman of the Rawson Property Group.

Daksha Vallabh joined the Sandton Convention Centre team as Exhibition Sales Manager in October 2016 bringing with her many years of experience in the industry, as well as in other sectors.

As a leading financier and occupier of green buildings in South Africa, Nedbank offers tangible evidence of the sustainable environmental and economic value that such buildings have to offer businesses that include them as an integral component of their sustainability commitments. 

Redefine has appointed Scott Thorburn as General Manager for the company’s inland property portfolio.

Abland is developing the 35,000sqm A-grade office park development in Parktown called Hill on Empire. 

Universities throughout the country are faced with an ever-increasing problem as their students struggle to find suitable accommodation and many institutions have now reached student accommodation crisis levels. In Gauteng in particular, students are faced with a chronic shortage of safe, secure and affordable accommodation and this is fertile grounds for creating excellent investment opportunities to those willing to engage this market

Thursday, 26 January 2012 02:00

Student Accommodation: New Gold New Acroynms

If being accepted at university is like gold dust, suitable, affordable accommodation is like striking a gold mine

Thursday, 07 September 2006 02:00

Pay attention to the urban voices

Two of the stories told in the new State of the Cities report offer rich insights into the way ordinary people live in SA’s post-apartheid cities but, at the same time, highlight the complex challenges city governments face.

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