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Brainworks Limited, a Mauritian-based holding company with a diversified Zimbabwean investment portfolio, has made its submission to the JSE for its listing on the Main Board.
PPC warns of a credit rating downgrade and said it was in the advanced stages of a capital raising exercise for up to R4bn, tanking its shares.
In a strategic move to expand its footprint and service offering in Zimbabwe, Pam Golding Properties Zimbabwe has announced a merger with Donavans Property Consultants.
PPC seems to be determined in aggressively expanding into fast-growing Africa.
A property developer with powerful South African backing claims that his new building, which is planned for Edinburgh in Scotland, will be a 'vibrant scheme'.
The leading green building event in South Africa - the 7th Annual Green Building Convention brought to you by the Green Building Council of South Africa - is set to take place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre from 10 – 12 September 2014.
JHI Project Management, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Excellerate Property Services, was appointed the principal agent managing the development and execution of Innscor’s projects in Zimbabwe.
West property, Augur Investments and McCormick Property Development, are dreaming of building a 68, 000sqm Shopping Mall in Zimbabwe located in Harare’s up market Borrowdale suburb. According to The Zimbabwean online (UK), this represents the biggest shopping mall in Africa, outside South Africa. The tri-partite investment partners say they used their 'gut feelings' and ocal knowledge in deciding to sink their money into Zimbabwe. That's pretty gutsy indeed!
Making further inroads into the Zimbabwean market, JHI Properties is to manage the property portfolio of a new, unlisted property investment fund, Ascendant Property Fund (APF), which is acquiring 15 properties in three Zimbabwean cities from corporate vendors. This brings the total number of commercial properties managed by JHI Properties Zimbabwe to approximately 50.
Global retailers had been coming in to South Africa to look at what pushed the world's biggest retailer into spending $2.4 billion for control of South Africa's Massmart