True riches would be to create a safe and satisfied community for all South Africans.
SA has already embarked on a slippery slope to autocracy, warns Terry Bell in Inside Labour.
Protests in Zimbabwe are forcing Mugabe to face anti-government sentiment, says Memory Mataranyika.
A number of experts discuss the important question of whether it is better to buy or lease commercial property in the current economic climate.
There are two main ways parents can help their children become property owners at an earlier age, according to Bill Rawson, chair of the Rawson Property Group.
New home buyers have borrowed less and less relative to their income since 2006, despite cheaper debt, research by Standard Bank shows.
The residential property market in SA is turning from a sellers' market to an anticipated buyers' market, says Shaun Rademeyer, CEO of Betterlife Home Loans.
The South African economy is already teetering on the brink of a recession. Now an FNB survey is warning of a possible gloomy time ahead.
The Western Cape housing market is flourishing, with its double-digit house price growth, while others have been languishing in single digits.
House price and instalment trends for first-time property buyers over the last decade show mortgage affordability has structurally improved, says Standard Bank.
Identifying the world’s best property investment opportunities can be challenging for the solo investor, making research and analysis support essential, says an expert.
There are signs of South African consumers "deliberately" becoming more conservative in the residential property market, says John Loos, property expert at FNB.
When buying or selling your home you should consider whether it's a buyer's or a seller's market, explains an industry expert.
With average sale prices escalating by about 39% over the last few years, apartments on the Atlantic Seaboard rank among the best property investments in SA, says Seeff.
Home buyers risk losing garages, parking bays and gardens if they assume these are automatically transferred to them on purchase, warns a property lawyer.
In South Africa, the demand for investing in a property in Cyprus has soared, according to CEO of Cypriot Realty, Jenny Ellinas.
The Johannesburg Stock Exchange has played down an error that incorrectly represented foreign sellers of equities as net buyers of R98.1bn of local stocks.
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