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Fast-tracking the future of shopping malls
Fast-tracking the future of shopping mallsArticle

Is the long-imagined retail apocalypse on our doorstep? If you have entered a shopping mall recently, you might begin to think so...

Lars Veul 8 Sep 2020

'Recession-resistant' retail centres go under the hammer
'Recession-resistant' retail centres go under the hammerArticle

This September, more than half a dozen "recession-resistant" investment properties, comprising neighbourhood and community retail shopping precincts, will go under the hammer...

1 Sep 2020

Post Covid-19: How the property market will potentially evolve
Post Covid-19: How the property market will potentially evolveArticle

In a recent webinar on 'Exploring post-Covid-19 property trends in South Africa', Associate Professor Francois Viruly, University of Cape Town's (UCT) head of the Urban Real Estate Research Unit, looked at the longer-term trends in the country's property market...

26 Aug 2020

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Navigating the new hygiene standards in retailArticle

Consumer-facing industries have had to take exceptional precautions in a time of rapid change with business, people, processes and stakeholders retuning to adopt new approaches...

Mike Smollan 19 Aug 2020

Mall Ads re-launches Mall TV for mass market audience
Mall Ads re-launches Mall TV for mass market audienceArticle

Mall Ads has re-launched Mall TV, with a renewed focus on targeting the mass market segment of the South African population...

Issued by Provantage Media Group 3 Aug 2020

Lessons from a pandemic: Future of urban design
Lessons from a pandemic: Future of urban designArticle

As some of the world's biggest cities take on the challenge of being the epicentres of the Covid-19 pandemic, there is much debate about the future of cities and their 'design'...

17 Jul 2020

Why offices will continue to be essential for doing business in future
Why offices will continue to be essential for doing business in futureArticle

A critical component to employee productivity and corporate culture, as well as an effective talent retention and attraction strategy, Naeem Tilly, head of research at Sesfikile Capital, believes offices will continue...

16 Jul 2020

Why is Durban splurging R50m on a sea pier extension?
Why is Durban splurging R50m on a sea pier extension?Article

Questions are piling up on why City of Durban officials want to pour R50m of concrete and steel into the sea next to uShaka Marine World...

Tony Carnie 15 Jul 2020

Covid-19 sees CT CBD landlords, tenants cooperate to survive
Covid-19 sees CT CBD landlords, tenants cooperate to surviveArticle

From rent relief measures to the implementation of Covid-19 protocols, greater cooperation between commercial landlords and tenants in Cape Town's CBD...

14 Jul 2020

Agreements reached on Covid-19 excessive pricing
Agreements reached on Covid-19 excessive pricingArticle

The Competition Tribunal has confirmed three consent agreements relating to Covid-19 excessive pricing complaints...

10 Jul 2020

SAIBPP provides stepping stones for next generation of black property professionals
SAIBPP provides stepping stones for next generation of black property professionalsArticle

Through its initiatives, such as its bursary fund and Young Professionals Forum, the South African Institute of Black Property Practitioners (SAIBPP) aims to nurture the next generation of black property leaders and professionals...

1 Jul 2020

The next normal: what to expect
The next normal: what to expectArticle

Marketers are taking note of consumer behaviour and predicting what the next normal could look like, says Kelly Moses, DAN SSA Regional Communications Manager...

Issued by Dentsu Aegis Network 22 Jun 2020

South Africa must redirect efforts to managing the high-risk social spaces such as public transport. Getty Images
South Africa can get Covid-19 under control if it blocks the routes that enable transmissionArticle

As the lockdown is relaxed, South Africa's focus should now be on how best to suppress the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus using other strategies...

Alex van den Heever, Imraan Valodia, Lucy Allais, Martin Veller, Shabir Madhi & Willem Daniel Franco 18 Jun 2020

New recovery textbook needed for post-Covid real estate landscape
New recovery textbook needed for post-Covid real estate landscapeArticle

Clawing back from the devastating global cascade of the sub-prime collapse of 2008/09, the real estate market had a tried and tested economic textbook roadmap...

17 Jun 2020

#LockdownLessons: Communication and the importance of the human connection
#LockdownLessons: Communication and the importance of the human connectionArticle

Paul Gerard, MD of Flanagan & Gerard, shares his experience of the current Covid-19 crisis and how his organisation is navigating these unusual times...

Sindy Peters 11 Jun 2020

5 things you need to look out for before buying property this year
5 things you need to look out for before buying property this yearArticle

The property sector, like all sectors, has not escaped the effects of Covid-19 and its impact can be felt in multiple ways...

Tim Akinnusi 11 Jun 2020

Homemakers resumes printed issue
Homemakers resumes printed issueArticle

After a two month break due to Covid-19 restrictions, the Homemakers magazine will once again be available in hardcopy from the month of June...

Issued by HOMEMAKERS 10 Jun 2020

South Africa moved into level three of a five-tier lockdown on June 1, 2020. Michele Spatari / AFP via Getty Images
South Africa must adopt a localised response to Covid-19. What it would look likeArticle

South Africa needs to adopt a more localised and differentiated approach in the next phase of its management of the Covid-19 pandemic...

Kaymarlin Govender, Ayesha BM Kharsany, Gavin George & Sean Beckett 9 Jun 2020

Planning is more important than prediction for Africa's property sector now
Planning is more important than prediction for Africa's property sector nowArticle

An understandable response to the economic fallout of Covid-19 is for governments, industries and businesses trying to predict the path that the global economy will take in the coming months and years...

Gerhard Zeelie 9 Jun 2020

Let's go outside - safely
Let's go outside - safelyArticle

There is brutal evidence, and no doubt that the implications imposed on the industry from level 5 and level 4 lockdown regulations have left industries battered and bruised. The out of home (OOH) industry, in particular, was first to be hit - as a country we were told 'stay home', we were literally turned off...

Jorja Wilkins, Issued by Primedia Outdoor 4 Jun 2020

Fortress notes uptick in demand for goods at stores
Fortress notes uptick in demand for goods at storesArticle

Mall owner Fortress expects activity to pick up even further as the country moves to Level 3 lockdown from June...

1 Jun 2020

Commercial property: a long recovery, but opportunities for some
Commercial property: a long recovery, but opportunities for someArticle

Having worked in the commercial property sector for many years, let me state a truth universally acknowledged, but often overlooked...

Rick de Sousa 29 May 2020

Surviving Covid-19 - Can I use my commercial property to unlock value?
Surviving Covid-19 - Can I use my commercial property to unlock value?Article

In good times, many businesses choose to own their own property and rent to themselves. However, in more economically stressful times, there is a significant opportunity for these individuals to release this equity...

Andrew Jefferson 28 May 2020

New South African app shares info on the safest times to shop
New South African app shares info on the safest times to shopArticle

Lightstone and Tracker have collaborated on a new app that provides consumers with up-to-date information on vehicle attendance at shopping destinations they choose to visit...

27 May 2020

Will copper lead the industry out of lockdown?
Will copper lead the industry out of lockdown?Article

Until now, gold as a safe-harbour asset, has been one of the rare gainers in metals markets - but is it about to be joined by copper?

14 May 2020

Shoprite Group to halt enforcement of exclusive lease contracts
Shoprite Group to halt enforcement of exclusive lease contractsArticle

The Shoprite Group will immediately cease the enforcement of exclusive lease agreements against other supermarkets in non-urban areas...

13 May 2020

#LockdownLessons: Phenomenal collaboration happening in the property sector
#LockdownLessons: Phenomenal collaboration happening in the property sectorArticle

Seabelo (Herbert) Theledi, founder and MD of Nthwese Developments, shares his experience of the current Covid-19 crisis and how his organisation is navigating these unusual times...

Sindy Peters 13 May 2020

PnP won't enforce exclusive lease agreements against smaller retailers
PnP won't enforce exclusive lease agreements against smaller retailersArticle

Pick n Pay chairman Gareth Ackerman confirmed today that the grocery retailer will refrain from enforcing exclusive lease agreements against smaller competitors...

12 May 2020

New report: Cape Town's tourism sector could see more than 90,000 jobs lost
New report: Cape Town's tourism sector could see more than 90,000 jobs lostArticle

Cape Town Tourism has released a new report showcasing how the local tourism industry is suffering under Covid-19 regulations. The report includes insight into how prepared businesses are financially to ride out this storm, as well as...

12 May 2020

Pressure on office property market growing for many years, Covid-19 just boosted it
Pressure on office property market growing for many years, Covid-19 just boosted itArticle

It is fashionable to have an opinion on how the Covid-19 crisis is "changing the world"...

John Loos 12 May 2020

Brian Oxley, entrepreneur, marketer and radio presenter at Magic 828 Radio.
#BehindtheSelfie with... Brian Oxley, radio presenter at Magic 828 RadioArticle

This week, we go behind the selfie with Brian Oxley, entrepreneur, marketer and radio presenter at Magic 828 Radio...

Jessica Tennant 12 May 2020

Property sectors likely to experience most severe pressure from economic recession
Property sectors likely to experience most severe pressure from economic recessionArticle

While there are risks to major property sectors over and above direct economic growth pressures, we examine which major property sectors are most at risk...

John Loos 8 May 2020

Big standoff between retailers and landlords looms
Big standoff between retailers and landlords loomsArticle

Shopping centres and large retail outlets are bleeding. With most having to keep their doors closed during the lockdown period, revenue has slowed to a trickle...

Kagiso Mahlangu 7 May 2020

Joanne Solomon joins SA REIT as CEO
Joanne Solomon joins SA REIT as CEOArticle

Joanne Solomon has been appointed the first CEO of the SA REIT Association, effective from 1 May 2020...

4 May 2020

Smart lockers fast-tracked during coronavirus pandemic
Smart lockers fast-tracked during coronavirus pandemicArticle

Due to high levels of fear, South Africans are increasingly missing their healthcare appointments and not collecting their chronic medication during lockdown...

30 Apr 2020

Property Industry Group updates relief guidelines
Property Industry Group updates relief guidelinesArticle

The Property Industry Group, in response to the extended lockdown, has now announced updated retail tenant assistance and relief guidelines...

28 Apr 2020

Landlord-tenant collaboration key to continuity in retail property sector
Landlord-tenant collaboration key to continuity in retail property sectorArticle

Perhaps unsurprisingly, given the lockdown, the retail sector is stacking up to be the hardest hit by Covid-19 in the short term...

Ridwaan Loonat 24 Apr 2020

Hyprop launches food drive in partnership with Gift of the Givers
Hyprop launches food drive in partnership with Gift of the GiversArticle

Hyprop Investments has launched a national food drive to support the work being done by the Gift of the Givers Foundation...

22 Apr 2020

Mapping physical shopping behaviour during the SA lockdown
Mapping physical shopping behaviour during the SA lockdownArticle

Under normal, (non-lockdown) circumstances, consumers choose shopping destinations based partly on their normal daily movements and convenience of proximity to work, schools or home...

17 Apr 2020

Property group launches relief package for retail tenants
Property group launches relief package for retail tenantsArticle

An industry-wide assistance and relief package for retail tenants that are hardest hit by the 21-day lockdown has been launched by the newly formed Property Industry Group...

8 Apr 2020

Tax savings and productivity: How to make the most of a home office
Tax savings and productivity: How to make the most of a home officeArticle

Having a dedicated home office may allow you to claim a tax deduction from SARS if you are a full-time employee who spends more than half your working hours in your home office...

3 Apr 2020

E-commerce is key to business survival
E-commerce is key to business survivalArticle

While there is a lot of uncertainty around the economic impact of the coronavirus outbreak, one thing that is certain is that it will change the way we do business in the long-term...

23 Mar 2020

Maximise brand visibility through Smart Media
Maximise brand visibility through Smart MediaArticle

In-store advertising innovator Smart Media specialises in putting a product or service in front of the right audience at the right time...

Issued by Smart Media 24 Feb 2020

The analgesic Grand-pa is among the most common pharmatrash in this study. Rebecca Hodes
Medical waste offers insights into South Africa's use of pharmaceuticalsArticle

Much of what we know about human history comes from studying things that have been discarded. The archaeology of dumpsites and middens has long informed us about societies and their pasts...

Rebecca Hodes 12 Feb 2020

How necessary is CCTV in the retail industry?
How necessary is CCTV in the retail industry?Article

As tough economic times get tougher, the retail industry will need to think carefully about how to reduce their risk in order to protect their shoppers, stock and their bottom line...

Laurence Smith 6 Feb 2020

Devmark launches property management division
Devmark launches property management divisionArticle

Devmark Property Group has launched a new property management division within the group...

3 Feb 2020

What can we learn from the late Dr Richard Maponya?
What can we learn from the late Dr Richard Maponya?Article

On 6 January 2020, South Africans learned of the passing of Dr Richard Maponya, a legendary business icon and activist. Here are four leadership lessons we can learn from "the grandfather of black business"...

20 Jan 2020

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