Monday, 29 May 2017 14:21

Breathing new life into the CBD

Upmarket development in Windhoek’s central business district (CBD) is on the rise and has boosted the revival of this inner-city area.

Published in Southern Africa
Tuesday, 21 February 2017 15:28

Maerua Mall begins interior upgrade

Maerua Mall, established in 1990, is Windhoek’s original shopping centre. Located close to the heart of Namibia’s capital city and bordering the eastern suburbs, it welcomes over nine million shoppers every year.

Published in North Africa
Tuesday, 14 February 2017 15:01

Maerua Mall begins interior upgrade

Maerua Mall, established in 1990, is Windhoek’s original shopping centre. Located close to the heart of Namibia’s capital city and bordering the eastern suburbs, it welcomes over nine million shoppers every year.

Published in North Africa

UAG was founded in 1992 by Haddis Tilahun and was later joined by his wife, Dr. Martha Namundjebo-Tilahun.

Published in Southern Africa

Aveng Namibia (Pty) Ltd have been awarded a contract by Oryx Properties, to construct a new Virgin Active Gym at the Maerua Mall in Windhoek, Namibia.

Published in Southern Africa

Aveng Namibia (Pty) Ltd have been awarded a contract by Oryx Properties, to construct a new Virgin Active Gym at the Maerua Mall in Windhoek, Namibia. 

Published in Southern Africa

With robust economic growth coupled with prudent fiscal management and infrastructural improvements, South Africa’s northern neighbour of Namibia is proving increasingly attractive to investors – including property developers, reports Pam Golding Properties Namibia.

Published in Southern Africa

Furthering the growth of formal retail on the African continent, Namibia’s Auas Valley Shopping Centre is undergoing a huge upgrade with Broll Namibia at the helm of leasing, bringing the latest local and international retail concepts to the region’s consumers. 

Published in Southern Africa

JHI Properties in Namibia reports few vacancies in retail and office sector

Published in Southern Africa

While Namibia’s property industry is booming and the commercial sector seems to be fairly saturated, there is a shortage of housing in virtually all price categories

Published in Southern Africa
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