Zambia’s real estate sector is looking forward to a new chapter as it begins to leverage off opportunities in the steadily growing economy.

Published in West Africa

Broll East Africa has appointed two executives to Head Research and Occupier Services in the region.

Published in East Africa
Wednesday, 05 April 2017 11:30

Kenya’s changing retail landscape

Over the last two years, Kenya’s retail market has seen the opening of new shopping centres countrywide taking the retail GLA across the country to just over 760,000m2.

Published in East Africa

A two-speed cycle appears to have evolved in emerging economies with some racing ahead and others lagging behind.

Published in East Africa

Nairobi: Garden City, East Africa’s first integrated residential, retail and office development, officially opened with the announcement of a new Business Park.

Published in East Africa

A growing consumer middle-class, powered by rapid urbanisation and shifting demographic trends is driving both property demand and growth opportunities in the real estate industry across the African continent.

Published in Southern Africa

Having highlighted Africa as a primary focus, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors’ (RICS) global President Elect, Louise Brooke-Smith is currently visiting South Africa (February 2014) and Ghana.

Published in East Africa
Tuesday, 16 July 2013 15:57

Protea Hotels plans expansion in Zambia

Protea Hospitality Group says it is significantly expanding its Protea Hotel in Lusaka as part of its African expansion drive.

Published in Southern Africa
Saturday, 15 December 2001 12:01

Mozambique capable of rapid growth

'Despite the floods which struck some parts of the country in early 2000 and 2001, Mozambique should be capable of rapid growth over the next decade, as long as the reform process continues,' the Bank said.

Published in Southern Africa
Wednesday, 25 July 2001 20:06

World Bank upbeat over Mozambique

Maputo - A recent World Bank report giving an upbeat assessment of Mozambique's economic performance has created controversy here over its sharp contrast to statistics released by the government.

Published in Southern Africa
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