Zambia Property Market

Sub-Saharan Africa advances in real estate transparency ranking

Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) continues to make advances in real estate transparency despite other countries in the region requiring greatest attention. ... Full story

Mara Delta secures $70m in funding, acquires Zambia’s Cosmopolitan Mall

Mara Delta formerly Delta Africa, the largest pan-African multi-listed property fund, has acquired a 50% stake in Zambia’s Cosmopolitan shopping mall from Rockcastle Global Real Estate Company Limited. ... Full story

Africa's Emerging Markets will come Back into View

Private equity fund managers, who adopt longer term time horizons than traditional asset managers, are showing renewed interest in African investment opportunities. ... Full story

Delta Africa acquires stakes in two Zambian malls

Delta Africa, formerly Delta International, has acquired significant interests in two Zambian shopping malls, extending its asset base into a third country. ... Full story

Choppies pursues targets in spite of opening delays

Delays in opening new outlets in Zambia and Tanzania this year will not hold back Botswana’s largest grocer Choppies from achieving its 2016 growth target of operating 200 stores across sub-Saharan Africa. ... Full story

Urbanisation and infrastructure development bode well for Africa's property market

Africa's long-term property prospects remain bright, fueled by rapid urbanization, mass transit and transport development and a growing ageing population. ... Full story

Real estate in Africa continues to drive growth potential

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. ... Full story

African retail and office property offers ‘significant opportunities’ for investors

Rapid urbanisation and growing consumer wealth on the African continent is providing numerous opportunities for investors wanting to gain exposure to retail and office property developments north of South Africa. ... Full story

SA Shopping Centre Investor grows asset base to $172m in sub-Saharan Africa

Hyprop Investments, South Africa’s third largest JSE-listed real estate investment trust (REIT) on Monday reported that its asset base in sub-Saharan Africa had increased to $172 million (ZAR R2 billion). ... Full story

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