Dr. Kennedy Okonkwo, a top player in affordable real estate in Nigeria has featured on the November edition of Forbes Africa where he revealed that long term partnerships between private and public sector is key to improving housing gap in Nigeria.

The inflow of imports, most consumer goods, is contributing to increasing demand for storage, logistics and warehousing services in South Africa, and a clear correlation is visible in the trend of wholesale and retail trade sales in comparison to imports.

As the continent’s largest economy, international development experts, innovators and funders increasingly believe that Nigeria is positioned to provide a market-driven solution to one of the continent’s most significant challenges and opportunities: Affordable Housing.

Roads are the hallmark of a progressive society and have profound impacts on the communities they serve. The almost complete Mount Edgecombe N2/M41 Interchange at uMhlanga on KwaZulu-Natal’s rapidly expanding North Coast, is one such development that will have a significant impact on this area’s urban quality and spatial connectivity.

Saturday, 29 September 2018 14:11

Fixing the Leakage in Infrastructure Investment

President Cyril Ramaphosa announced Government's eagerly awaited economic stimulus package at a briefing in Pretoria on Friday aimed at driving economic growth.

With all development rights in place, civil construction on the much awaited Ntshongweni Urban Development will commence in early 2019.

Property Point, the Growthpoint Properties initiative, has officially facilitated more than R1bn successful procurement opportunities for small businesses operating in South Africa’s property sector.

The 4th South African Women in Property Awards (SAWIPA) hosted their Gauteng Regional Awards at the Sanlam Art Gallery on the 22nd August 2018, where members of the Women’s Property Network (WPN) and women in the property industry were in attendance.

The South African Property Owners Association (SAPOA) executives and members of the board met with the City of Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality yesterday evening as part of its Meet the Mayor initiative.

The South African Institute of Black Property Practitioners (SAIBPP) will be hosting its annual convention taking place between 7-8 August 2018.

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