Atterbury sells 50% stake in Deloitte HQ building to PIC
Atterbury sells 50% stake in Deloitte HQ building to PIC

Atterbury has concluded an agreement to sell its 50% undivided share in the leasehold rights and associated letting business for the property on which the new Deloitte African headquarters stands in Waterfall City, Midrand, Gauteng.

11 hours ago

#AfricaMonth2021: May Africa prosper
#AfricaMonth2021: May Africa prosper

Now more than ever, in a post-Covid world, the dreams and visions of the founding fathers of the Organisation of African Unity, matter more than ever.

Issued by Bizcommunity.com 16 hours ago

Is the first offer on your property really always the best offer?
Is the first offer on your property really always the best offer?

Almost every property seller will at some stage hear from estate agents that the "first offer is always the best offer", but is this always the case?

By Gerhard van der Linde 1 day ago

Ghana's new rental scheme won't fix the real problem: a housing shortage
Ghana's new rental scheme won't fix the real problem: a housing shortage

Ghana's government has announced a loan scheme to help tenants pay the hefty advance rent (often covering two years) to private landlords. Advance rent is also prevalent in several other African countries.

By Nicky Morrison, Emmanuel Kofi Gavu, Lewis Abedi Asante, and Richmond Juvenile Ehwi 2 days ago

Life rights vs sectional title living: pros and cons
Life rights vs sectional title living: pros and cons

As an increasing number of South Africans look ahead towards retirement, the two most popular homeownership options are life rights and sectional titles properties. Gus van der Spek, founder and owner of life rights management company Manor Life, looks at the pros and cons of each.

3 days ago

Marina Constas, director, BBM Law
Residential developments not PoPI Act compliant could be fined up to R10m

Community housing schemes like sectional title complexes, apartment blocks, residential estates and retirement villages must comply with the Protection of Personal Information (PoPI) Act by 1 July 2021, or they could be liable for a fine of up to R10m or 12 months' imprisonment.

By Marina Constas 3 May 2021




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