JSE self storage specialist REIT, Stor-Age, continued to demonstrate the resilience of its business model with 9.1% dividend growth for the six months to September 2018, to 51.30 cents per share, in a tough macro landscape.

South Africa’s largest self storage group, Stor-Age, continued to demonstrate the strength of its sector specialisation and resilient product when declaring a dividend of 98 cents for the year to March 2018, up 11.1% year-on-year and continuing an unbroken dividend growth trend since listing in November 2015.

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