Media Partners

  • Supporting Associations

    • The Institute of Estate Agents (IEASA) is a voluntary organisation which represents, assists and supports its members who are composed of pricipals and estate agents alike.

      IEASA represents the industry on government and legislative forums such as the Property Charter, EAAB and Service SETA and as such your membership will empower IEASA to have a stronger voice.

      Our members are the heart of our organisation and our mandate is to work diligently to support and serve our members throughout their real estate career for the continued growth and development of our industry.

      We provide our members with services and information that are useful for the exercise of their profession

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    • Dedicated to advancing the success of women in the Property Industry. Women's Property Network was established in early 2000 to create a forum for women in a predominantly male industry to join together to exchange information, develop business contacts and enhance professional success. We have chapters in Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town with over 400 members countrywide.

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  • Media Partners

    • African Business Central (ABC) is an online magazine showcasing curated and original news on African Business, primarily, and all things Africa, in general.

      ABC’s core values are based on the notion that business, in general, and entrepreneurship, in particular, is the surest path to Africa’s socio-economic progress. The goal of ABC is to be a hub for comprehensive, high-quality, and timely coverage of all things business in Africa.

      ABC is changing the one-sided narrative on Africa to one that is more holistic and objective. ABC is an alternative to cursory, one-sided, and simplistic coverage of Africa, that is focused on problems and crises while minimising the numerous stories of progress and success that have been emerging across the continent. Such negative coverage reinforces the narrative that Africa has a monopoly on socio-economic problems.

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    • The African Union for Housing Finance is a member-based association of mortgage banks, building societies, housing corporations and other organisations involved in the mobilisation of funds for shelter and housing on the African continent.


      The AUHF is committed to promoting housing finance on the African continent and is grounded on the following objectives:

      • To identify and connect stakeholders, establishing a vibrant and supportive housing finance sector across the African continent;
      • To understand and communicate the key issues facing practitioners and our members in the housing sector in Africa;
      • To promote best practice in the affordable housing industry across Africa;
      • To enable members to respond to the challenges and opportunities within the contexts of their businesses, supporting better engagement between the public and the private sectors;
      • To promote and drive effective professional development among its members through the provision of housing finance training;
      • To provide members with opportunities to network with one another, share information and build capacity towards improved housing finance systems in Africa, through the delivery of conferences, seminars, workshops, member exchanges and other mechanisms;
      • To ensure the effective governance and sustainability of the AUHF towards the realisation of the mission and overall objectives.

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    • - South Africa and Africa’s leading B2B website bringing a daily mix of original and quality business news coverage to a diverse audience of business drivers, opinion makers, recruiters and job seekers with the aim of building, showcasing and promoting the dynamic business communities of Africa across 20 commercial sectors. 

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    • The Cape Town Partnership is a collaboration between the public and private sectors working together to develop, promote and manage Cape Town’s CBD and broader metropole as a place for all citizens. The Partnership promotes investment, advances sound urban planning principles and aids property developers and investors in Cape Town projects.

      We’re an organisation that brings people together around common goals for Cape Town’s transformation. We’re connectors, facilitators and translators, working to help people find a common language and a shared set of priorities specific to projects that can make a positive impact in people’s lives.

      We do this kind of work across an incredible diversity of projects. Most of it is in the Table Bay district – our mandated area, that stretches from Camps Bay to the Foreshore, the east city to Observatory, Salt River to Langa – and we try, as far as possible, to do work that can have a much wider impact across the metropole.

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    • Essential Business Magazine is a leading business to business publication. We cater for businesses across the globe from Africa, the Middle East to Europe, Asia and Australia. With over 500,000 subscribed readers globally this makes us a prominent publication for all businesses to showcase their success and innovative stories to a global market.

      For a decade now, London-based EBM has published magazines and guides, organised events and run successful marketing campaigns worldwide and its success is reflected in the numbers – We provide the perfect platform to support decision-makers on the road to success.

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    • Whether you are a homeowner, investor or tenant, HomeTimes will provide you with unbiased and independent knowledge, advice and guidance on all facets of your home.

      HomeTimes is led by experienced property editors and draws on the contributions of recognised experts in all areas that affect the home and the lives of those who live in it.

      From owning, letting and financing, to insuring, securing and beautifying your home, HomeTimes provides in-depth, independent, original and honest information to its readers as well as to the residential industry at large.

      HomeTimes recognises the importance of social media in spreading this much needed guidance, especially to the millennial generation which is entering the housing market for the first time as tenants and owners.

      HomeTimes continues to build a community of people and businesses involved and invested in residential property through its Facebook community. It is you, our community, who we hope will share this invaluable content with your friends.

      HomeTimes is a free service to the public and is independent of its advertisers. 

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    • People are at the heart and soul of Independent Media. Together with our growing unique online audience of nearly three million, our print publications have a loyal readership in excess of six million while our star magazines, GQ and Glamour, in partnership with Condé Nast International, offer a combined readership of 17,1 million local and international readers. 

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    • The Home of Real Estate Information, powered by technology. Infabode connects real estate professionals with industry intelligence. An essential free daily resource for anyone interested in property research. A customisable platform which cuts out the 'noise'. Sign up to Infabode to receive global property research, reports, and insights today. 

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    • “Property Portfolio provides advertising in digital and print to increase your sales and client base, without increasing your spending. As well as exposure and brand awareness, at an affordable price.

      Established in 1994, we have been printing affordable, upmarket, full colour magazines for property professionals to showcase their properties to the public.”

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    • Property Professional, the only trade publication of its kind in the country, delivers a balanced spread of content across the broader scope of South African property – from residential and commercial property news to listed property performance and development updates. SA’s top property journalists contribute to the magazine and website, offering intelligent reporting and analysis on the latest trends and current affairs, plus practical business advice and useful how-to’s.

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    • Private Property is South Africa’s favourite property website and has been helping browsers find their dream homes for almost 20 years. Visit our website to view the widest selection of property and get property news and advice.


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    • Property Wheel is a comprehensive property news and information portal in South Africa. Property Wheel’s website, social media presence, and newsletters allow users including investment professionals, brokers, agents, analysts, and other industry leaders to keep abreast of the latest happenings in the real estate world. All the major property sectors are covered including Retail, Industrial, Office, Commercial, and Residential.

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    • Real Estate Investor Magazine (REIM) is South Africa’s leading print and online magazine and targeted at investor’s who want to build wealth through property investment. REIM is an invaluable investor resource tool for education, information, advice and inspiration.

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    • SA Building Review is a national annual resource handbook with its central focus on the identity of building products and services within the built environment in South Africa.  It allows the supplier and manufacturer the opportunity to be identified and exposed in a more detailed and comprehensive manner to the building, architectural and design industry.

      SA Building Review’s main focus is on advertorial, therefore giving it a more informative and personal approach to the targeted audiences.

      “An advertorial is an advertisement that is written and presented in the style of an editorial or journalistic report”

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    • The Creative Group Pty Ltd is South Africa’s largest publisher of property titles reaching over a million readers each month throughout the country.

      The groups first publication appeared under the Homefinder brand over 20 years ago in Pretoria.  Since then the company together with its partners, have published property publications under various brands over the years in all the major centres in South Africa.

      Twenty Years later and we are now proudly publishing several niche brand publications which include REAL ESTATE our  flagship lifestyle title, Property Professional, the only trade publication of its kind in the country that delivers a balanced spread of content across the broader scope of South African property, as well as 10 property advertising publications 9 of which fall under the PropertyJunction brand.

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    • To Build is an ABC certified business-to-business mainstream publication which is an effective medium to use for building your brand and communicating directly to your targeted audience. The handbook focuses on the latest developments and trends within the Built Environment as well as educating its readers through informative industry news. The editorial is distinctive in the way it conveys information on interior or exterior décor, architectural trends, the latest building technologies and projects throughout South Africa.

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    • Where do you live? What is it about your locality that makes you call it “home”? This is exactly what Neighbourhood is about- the people and places that make your everyday…extraordinary. It begins with celebrating the places we live in and the loyalty we have with our suburbs.

      Imagine a map of the road you stay in, then zoom out to see the greater area around it. Neighbourhood is about knowing those spaces and then connecting each hood to the next. By telling the many stories of what makes a place special, we also highlight the greater cities of our country- Cape Town, Joburg, Pretoria, Durban and Port Elizabeth- and all there is to experience. Zoom out even more… and in the bigger picture South Africa is in turn one large neighbourhood to the rest of the world.

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Property Buyer Show Gauteng is here!!

What to expect in Joburg?

• The Gauteng property industry under one roof

• Off-plan development with show specials

• Leading estate agents

• Estate living and retirement property

• Banks, bonds, originators and special lenders

• Insurance, conveyance and property services

• 3 Educational and inspirational theatres