- I am a qualified Attorney. I specialise in Property Law, Commercial Law, Corporate Law and Trusts.Please visit our website at www.prop-law.co.za for more details.I am an elected Committee Member of the Property Committee of the Association of Pretoria Attorneys and through my involvement, I like to ensure that I am constantly at the "sharp-end" of Conveyancing Practice.
I am the elected Chairman on the Gauteng Council of SAPOA. The South African Property Owners Association (SAPOA) is the biggest and most influential institution in the property industry. SAPOA members control about 90% of commercial property in SA, with a combined portfolio in excess of R150 Billion (about $22 Billion). I am also on the National Council and the National Legal Committee of SAPOA.Member of the Institute of Directors South Africa.
23 March 2011
17 March 2011
Country Overviews | Global Property Guide
15 March 2011
Property Magazine is one of South Africa’s premium property, decor and lifestyle publications. Focusing on all aspects of property and owning property, their A3 glossy magazine reaches 142,000 readers in the Gauteng area on a monthly basis and 55,000 individual monthly users on their website. The readers are very affluent, many of whom own more than one property, whether these are residential or commercial in nature.
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Hope that you find it interesting.
10 March 2011
The first article is about Phuthuma Nhleko (the outgoing CEO of MTN). I listened to Mr Nhleko on the "Money Show" on Radio 702 last night and there is no doubt that he is a very impressive and inspiring figure. However, the reason that I posted the Article is to show that it is possible for African companies (with a little vision) to expand throughout the continet AND BEYOND.
There are obviously any number of SA companies that demonstrate this (e.g. Anglo American, De Beers, SAB Miller, etc.) but how can we make such adventures in the wide world more common? The answer is perhaps to be found in the second Article, where it is advocated that if you want to be a success story, a good starting point may be to learn from (and perhaps emulate) an existing success story. No country has been more successful in recent times than China and the Article looks at what we (in Africa) can learn from China.
04 March 2011
Bricks and Mortar spin best profits
SA Listed Property
Source: I-Net Bridge