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Giuricich Bros secures Vukile investment for new prime offices

By: African News Agency      25th October 2018 Family-owned construction firm Giuricich Bros said on Thursday JSE-listed retail real estate investment trust Vukile Property Fund had acquired a substantial section of its new premium-grade offices in Rosebank. Giuricich began work on the 6 400 m2 office block development in September 2017 and... 

Giuricich Bros secures Vukile’s investment for a section of the new prime offices at 104 Oxford Rd

25th October 2018 JSE-listed SA retail real estate investment trust (REIT) Vukile Property Fund has acquired a substantial section of Giuricich Bros Construction’s new premium-grade offices at 104 Oxford Road, Rosebank. Giuricich, the leading South African family-owned construction firm, began work on the 6,400sqm... 

Every wealth journey is unique: Standard Bank Wealth teams up with famed sculptor to craft ‘barcoded’ clay work that showcases the art of uniqueness


3rd October 2018 As a leading patron of the arts, Standard Bank Wealth and Investment has commissioned African artist Nkosinathi Thomas Ngulube to develop a distinctive clay sculpture that reflects its own philosophy of sculpting award-winning services and solutions that grow, preserve and protect wealth.
  
The... 

Home buyers drawn to Killarney’s eclectic architectural styles and contemporary community lifestyle

3rd October 2018 The picturesque suburb of Killarney, north of Johannesburg continues to be a sought after home location, thanks to its eclectic mixture of architectural styles, and contemporary community lifestyle. Conveniently located just off the M1 freeway with easy access to the Johannesburg CBD and... 

Illovo Central development set for Jan 2020 completion

By: Marleny Arnoldi     2nd October 2018 Construction company Concor Buildings has been awarded a contract for the construction of Illovo Central – a 17-storey mixed-use development near Sandton that is due for completion in January 2020. This is the second of four planned mixed-use buildings planned for the Illovo precinct that is... 

Luxury Mixed-Use Illovo Central Goes To Concor

By: Creamer Media Reporter      2nd October 2018 With its successful record in the fast track construction of high-end projects, Concor Buildings has been awarded the prestigious Illovo Central contract. This 17-storey mixed-use development near Sandton is due for completion in January 2020. According to Fanie Stadler, contracts director at... 

Investec Property to develop R2bn mixed-use precinct at Wanderers Golf Club

By: African News Agency      3rd September 2018 The Wanderers Golf Club has unveiled plans to develop a R2-billion 1 ha mixed-use precinct in Johannesburg's northern suburbs located in Illovo, between Sandton and Rosebank, in partnership with Investec Property. The proposed development will include high-end commercial office space, luxury... 

Hyprop ‘ahead of the market’ with total dividend of 756.5c a share for FY18

By: Simone Liedtke     31st August 2018 JSE-listed real estate investment trust (Reit) Hyprop continued to deliver strong growth in a tough economic environment, with a total dividend a share of 756.5c declared for the financial year to June 30. This growth was 8.8% higher than in the prior financial year, the company said on Friday. 

Growthpoint’s distributable income exceeds R6bn for the first time

By: Marleny Arnoldi     29th August 2018 Real estate investment trust Growthpoint Properties announced a 6.5% distribution growth for the year ended June 30, with a final dividend of R1.07 apiece declared, despite weak economic conditions and a competitive market in South Africa. Growthpoint South Africa CEO Estienne de Klerk pointed... 

Opportunities for growth, innovation for steel

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     17th August 2018 Despite the challenging period that the steel industry is facing, with the difficult economic climate and policy issues, progress is being made within the industry in terms of projects, and current developments present much scope for further growth and innovation. This was the sentiment conveyed... 

Emira delivers positive FY18 performance with 2.53% distribution increase

By: Simone Liedtke     15th August 2018 Real estate investment trust (Reit) Emira Property Fund’s distributions for the financial year ended June 30, increased by 2.53% year-on-year, despite persistently tough trading conditions. This increase, CFO Greg Booyens said on Wednesday, reaffirms the company’s turnaround and return to... 

Emira to start leasing The Bolton apartments in Rosebank from August

By: Marleny Arnoldi     20th July 2018 JSE-listed real estate investment trust Emira Property Fund’s R200-million The Bolton apartment block, in Rosebank, will start welcoming its first residents in August. Emira converted an office property block formerly occupied by petrochemicals giant Sasol into a contemporary residential... 

WSP celebrates 1 million m2 of Certified Green Space in Africa

18th June 2018 WSP in Africa, one of the largest multi-disciplinary engineering consultancies on the continent, is celebrating a milestone million square meters (1 million m2) of Certified Green Space in Africa. WSP sustainability consultants and engineers have been hard at work for over a decade; setting... 

Eskom must diversify its energy mix – MacColl  

By: Nadine James     7th June 2018 State-owned power utility Eskom should diversify its energy mix, Electric Power Research Institute senior regional manager Barry MacColl said during a panel discussion on South Africa’s energy policy, and specifically the Integrated Resource Plan (IRP). The panel, held on Thursday at the Mazars... 

Efficient, Sustainable And Effective Facilities Management

30th May 2018 A well-maintained facility is imperative for any business. Poor working conditions lead to a decline in the health and motivation of staff members, which, in turn, leads to a decline in productivity and profitability. Facilities that are not properly cared for can potentially result in the ‘sick... 

Arrowhead vacancies improve despite challenging economic environment

By: Anine Kilian     23rd May 2018 South African focused real estate investment trust Arrowhead achieved a strong operating performance in the six months ended March 31, despite macroeconomic challenges. Speaking to Engineering News Online COO Riaz Kader on Wednesday said that although the company was operating in a very... 

Dipula reports solid H1 financial results, expects FY dividend growth

By: Marleny Arnoldi     21st May 2018 Real estate investment trust (Reit) Dipula Income Fund achieved an 11.5% year-on-year increase in distributable earnings to R216.4-million for the six months to February 28.  

PentaFloor Sponsorship at the new GBCSA Offices

19th April 2018 When the Green Building Council South Africa (GBCSA) outgrew its offices in Braamfontein, Johannesburg, a call for sponsorships was sent out requesting contributions from industry to assist with the fitout of the new offices in Rosebank. PentaFloor stepped up with a generous contribution of... 

144 Oxford office development, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     13th April 2018 Growthpoint is building 35 000 m2 of premium office space in Johannesburg. 

Phase 1 of Loftus Park mixed-use development nears completion

By: Schalk Burger     14th March 2018 Phase one of the mixed-use Loftus Park precinct being developed by JSE-listed Redefine Properties and built by construction firm Abland will include 34 000 m2 of office space, a gym, an open-air piazza with restaurants and a convenience retail offering, as well as a new 152-room hotel by... 

Domestic drugs manufacturing could benefit from increased local demand

By: Dylan Slater     9th March 2018 The South Africa pharmaceutical manufacturing industry is “well positioned” to assist in contributing to the economy with an increase in local manufacturing, which needs to be driven by a decrease in importing drugs and consequent increase in local manufacturing, says local procurement lobby... 

Growthpoint starts excavation work for Rosebank office development

By: Marleny Arnoldi     7th March 2018 JSE-listed Growthpoint Properties has started the excavation process for the 35 000 m2 144 Oxford premium-grade office development in Rosebank, Gauteng, with the project expected to be completed in October 2019.  

Hyprop lifts H1 distributions by 8.3% y/y

By: Simone Liedtke     2nd March 2018 JSE-listed specialist shopping centre real estate investment trust (Reit) Hyprop on Friday reported solid growth in distributions of 8.3% for the six months to December 31, which was driven by a stable performance from South African shopping centres and a strengthening South-Eastern European... 

Mixed-use Hatfield Square is latest trend in student accommodation

27th February 2018 Hatfield Square in Pretoria, designed by architecture and interior architecture practice Paragon, represents the latest trend for student accommodation, focusing on an accessible and safe mixed-use development with all the necessary amenities. The 2 200-bed project is owned by Redefine and... 

Concrete Industry Honours Afrisam With Two Top Awards

22nd February 2018 Construction materials leader AfriSam dominated at the recent Southern African ReadyMix Association (SARMA) awards by winning two of the four accolades bestowed on the industry’s top performers for 2017. SARMA’s premier annual event – held in Gauteng during the Concrete Conference in August – saw... 

JRA to convert Jan Smuts avenue to a dual carriageway

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     15th February 2018 The Johannesburg Road Agency (JRA) has developed a draft design for the future upgrading of Jan Smuts avenue to a dual carriageway from Northwold drive to Bolton drive and from Eighth avenue to Kent road in Rosebank, to improve mobility and decrease congestion on the main arterial route. The... 

Oxford Parks Precinct, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     19th January 2018 Intaprop is buidling a mixed use development adjacent to Rosebank in Johannesburg. 

SA stainless steel industry worth $3bn, 100 000 jobs

By: Dylan Slater     8th December 2017 The South African stainless steel industry is “very important” in employing people and growing the economy through exports and the local manufacturing of products, says South African Stainless Steel Development Association CEO John Tarboton.  

Stephen Goldberg

17th November 2017 This week Engineering News profiles Stephen Goldberg, CEO of Selpal, which provides retailers in the informal sector with a platform to sell a full suite of virtual products and produces deep data that brings efficiency and transparency to the informal-sector supply chain   

Paragon scoops four awards at Best Projects 2017

13th November 2017 Leading architecture, interior architecture, and space-planning practice Paragon was a major winner at the Construction World Best Project Awards 2017, held at the Royal Kensington Golf Club on 8 November. The Best Projects are the only awards in the industry that recognise excellence across the... 

Property developer launches SA’s first dual-certified property portfolio

By: Mia Breytenbach     20th October 2017 Real estate investment trust (Reit) Growthpoint Properties has launched the first and only property portfolio in South Africa to be highly rated by the South African Property Owners Association (Sapoa) and the Green Building Council South Africa (GBCSA). The Thrive Portfolio combines quality and... 

Growthpoint launches South Africa’s first dual-certified property portfolio

By: Mia Breytenbach     28th September 2017 JSE-listed real estate investment trust (Reit) Growthpoint Properties has launched the first and only property portfolio in South Africa to be highly rated by the South African Property Owners Association (Sapoa) and the Green Building Council South Africa (GBCSA). This premier portfolio, named... 

Johannesburg school invests in luxury liner

25th August 2017 Commercial vehicles, off-road trucks and vehicles manufacturer Iveco recently handed over an Iveco Afriway 65-seater bus to Kingsmead College, a leading girls’ school in Rosebank, Johannesburg. The donation comes as part of Kingsmead College’s ‘Bus Project’, launched in 2015, with the objective... 

Auditors trained to assess hazardous materials transport

By: Dylan Slater     25th August 2017 South African chemical industry representative organisation the Chemical and Allied Industries’ Association (CAIA) is embarking on the training of “much-needed” auditors to assess the safety of transporting hazardous materials.  

Emira on track to improve performance, despite difficult operating environment

By: Anine Kilian     16th August 2017 Despite a challenging year, JSE-listed real estate investment trust Emira Property Fund says it has significantly improved vacancies across its portfolio to 5.3%, from 7% at its half-year, while having also renewed 77% of expiring space during the financial year to June 30.    Speaking at a... 

Engen’s Phikolomzi Gugwana has found his wings and space to fly

18th July 2017 Phikolomzi Gugwana grew up in Mount Ayliff in the Eastern Cape but attended a secondary school in Wentworth, Durban as there were no high schools in Mount Ayliff that taught in English.   From an early age, Phikolomzi (his name means ‘wings’) showed great aptitude for maths and science, subjects... 

Property development JV announces Sandton mixed-use precinct development

By: David Oliveira     14th July 2017 Property management company Abland and construction company Tiber announced earlier this week that they will join forces to develop the Sandton Gate mixed-use precinct, comprising office, retail and residential building space with the added benefits of highly convenient access, a vast choice of... 

South Africa’s policy uncertainty pushed further into negative territory

By: Natasha Odendaal     11th July 2017 The heightened policy uncertainty, revealed by the North West University (NWU) School of Business and Governance’s latest quarterly Policy Uncertainty Index (PUI), shows an urgent need for South Africa to “get the politics right in order to get the economics right” to promote the policy certainty... 

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