Property News Articles in South Africa

A UCT architectural student tackles social, economic and environmental issues that exist within the industrial landscape of Paarden Eiland, Cape Town.

A UKZN architecture student has proposed an environmental research facility in Briardene in KwaZulu-Natal to address threatened natural resources.

From revitalising the Boet Erasmus Stadium in Port Elizabeth to restoring the Swartkops River, NMMU’s architecture students have a few ideas...

A key part of the road upgrades and development is to make the financial hub more pedestrian and cycle friendly. Here's a schedule...

Blok, Future Cape Town, GAPP Architects and Cameron Barnes collaborated in a project to co-create a temporary parklet on Regent Road in Sea Point.

Young environmental innovators from the University of Cape Town scooped both first and second prizes at the inaugural Growthpoint Greenovate Awards.

The Eastern Cape will benefit from the construction of the N2 Wild Coast highway as it’s expected to unlock the developmental potential of the area.

Johannesburg architecture students are thinking out of the box to enhance the built environment of South Africa and Africa into the future.

On completion, the R700 million housing project in Marikana, east of Rustenburg in the North West, will yield 2 600 homes.

Estate living is popular in South Africa, but sustainability plans must be implemented to ensure owner satisfaction and property value growth.

The Green Building Council South Africa has made an ambitious commitment to introduce a Net Zero/Positive building certification scheme by 2020.

Government has begun the process of establishing fifteen Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Colleges across the country.

The Eastern Cape Human Settlements Department has ordered a contractor to demolish and rebuild 89 sub-standard homes at Mqangqweni and Lujizweni.

Marna van der Walt is the Continental Winner in the Building and Construction sector of Most Influential Women in Business and Government Awards.

The National Homebuilders Registration Council system’s downtime is expected to impede the South African residential property development industry.

Located in the northwest of Johannesburg, Zandspruit informal settlement will see more than 7 000 residents get access to proper services.

Small contractors and developers have been urged to stop selling government housing tenders to big construction companies for quick money.

Tough action will be taken against government housing contractors who don’t deliver on their contractual obligations and fail to complete projects.

One of South Africa’s most unique eco-homes, located on a farm outside Port Elizabeth, provides a model for future sustainable living.

The Gauteng Department of Human Settlements has introduced a new set of performance standards for contractors in a bid to manage underperformance.

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