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  • More Private Investors Settling In Mauritius’ Residential Paradise Anahita

    By Makula Dunbar, 7:42 pm

    From PR Web Located at the heart of the Anahita Resort development in Mauritius, Amalthea is a distinctive neighbourhood bordered by lush, manicured fairways, natural gardens and a wondrous alley of trees. Composed of 11 villas, 6 pairs of townhouses and 40 lodges, the residences reflect a contemporary style of local architecture, where indoor and […]

  • Ghana Grateful to China for Sports Recreation Facility Donations

    By Makula Dunbar, 8:21 pm

    From The Guardian Barely audible above the din of schoolchildren enjoying their afternoon dip in the pool, Eric Sarpong – an engineer in the Ghanaian armed forces – explains why he loves swimming. It’s not just a question of exercise, he says, but also focus, and it keeps him away from the more negative distractions […]

  • South African Developer HBW Group to Raise $85M, List Prop Fund Shares

    By Makula Dunbar, 8:25 pm

    From Bloomberg HBW Group Pty Ltd., a South African real-estate developer, plans to raise $85 million by selling shares in an African property fund as retailers look for land to expand in the world’s second-fastest growing region. African Land Investments Ltd. will list on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange in July and on the bourse in […]

  • Property Investors Increasingly Shift Interest From North Africa to Spain

    By Makula Dunbar, 8:23 pm

    From NuWire Investor Rock-bottom property prices and political unrest in comparable destination spots in North Africa are attracting more foreign buyers to Spain, according to one realtor in the Murcia region. Real estate firm Mercers predicted a 25% year-on-year jump in sales in January and the 2013 sales regional record proves out the prognostication. Enquiries […]

  • Satellite Towns to Soon Emerge in Tanzania

    By Makula Dunbar, 8:07 pm

    From All Africa The National Housing Corporation intends to establish two new satellite towns cities in Meru and Arusha-Rural Districts, the two precincts where NHC owns more than 1,000 acres of land. The state-owned and Tanzania’s oldest public real-estate developer, also has plans to build a total of 15,000 housing units countrywide, with 70 per […]

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