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African real estate is big business. Huge numbers corporate offices and commercial parks are springing up across South Africa as businesses consolidate in major headquarters and developers target new leisure and entertainment venues. However, the rest of Africa is seeing investment in equal parts, the hotel and hospitality sector is growing across the continent and investors, particularly Chinese banks, are showing willingness, commitment and long term view of African real estate and property. This issue of ABN focuses on major developments across the continent. Mara Delta showcases its growing African footprint, already boasting a mixed use portfolio across six countries, you can read about Investec’s latest mall development aiming to target the niche market for the new Umhlanga district in Durban and ABN speaks to Nedbank property finance division head Anand Joseph to get the details on the South African banks new major corporate office in KwaZulu-Natal. There is also an in-depth interview with the man responsible for West Africa’s new flagship port, the Badagry Port in Nigeria.

Later in the issue we highlight the importance of coal in South Africa, we interview the World Coal Association to get an idea of the global approach to coal and how that will impact South Africa. There are in-depth interviews with a variety of different South African coal miners and mining service providers. Exxaro’s executive head of coal Nombasa Tsengwa describes how the company has profited through a global price downturn and you can read interviews with Resource Generation, ELB Engineering and RSV ENCO.


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