The exact impact of COVID-19 on offices in South Africa is a key point of debate, but their relevance for the future of business isn’t - offices will continue to be an essential part of doing business during and post the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Estate Agency Affairs Board (EAAB) has closed its offices in Sandton, Johannesburg after receiving information that an employee of one of its host tenants came into contact with a COVID-19 positive person.

The Estate Agency Affairs Board (EAAB) will re-open its Sandton, Johannesburg offices before the end of June following their closure due to the COVID-19 lockdown.

For decades, baby boomers ruled the corporate world and, during this time, one of the key hallmarks of a company’s success was always its property; preferably a large, imposing building at a prestigious address where the workers all gathered together daily at the same time to conduct business.

The Estate Agency Affairs Board (EAAB) this week kicks off a series of high-level meetings with several industry bodies in preparation for the new Property Practitioners Act which takes effect this year.

A diverse array of residential and commercial properties with lucrative investment potential are available to purchase on BidX1 South Africa’s next on-line auction on 6 November 2019.

Business owners, entrepreneurs and developers seeking commercial or residential property investment opportunities or premises for their own use will find a number of appealing options on BidX1 South Africa’s upcoming online auction on 6 November (2019).

JSE listed diversified real estate investment trust Redefine Properties has earmarked R2 million towards beautifying and upgrading the Library Park infrastructure in a major way as part of Johannesburg City Parks & Zoo’s (JCPZ) commitment to maintaining Rosebank’s green beltways.

Fortress REIT Limited, the JSE-listed property group, kicked off its Vredenburg Food Security and Environmental Sustainability initiative at the Masiphathisane School in the Western Cape on 13 June.

A new, 100%black-owned hotel operator is to soon enter the local market following a multi-million rand deal signed this week between Afrirent Holdings, Top Toyo Investments and Indalo Hotels & Leisure Management in terms of which an R280 million, focused service Hampton by Hilton hotel will be built in Sandton, Gauteng.

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