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Last week the property industry was shocked to learn that Mamodupi Mohlala, the CEO of the Estate Agency Affairs Board, sued an employee for defamation and bullying. Jan le Roux, chief executive of industry body Rebosa, weighs in on the latest news involving the CEO.

EAAB clears CEO of allegations

The Estate Agency Affairs Board has cleared their CEO Mamodupi Mohlala of the allegations of mismanagement made against her without an investigation. Will the Minister of the Department of Human Settlements (DHS) do the same?


Speakers Corner

The holiday season is upon us and once again many homeowners in sectional titles face the prospect of noisy holidaymakers disturbing the peace at all hours. Wendy Shawe asks if the trustees can stop short-term letting if the conduct rule of their sectional title development states that excessive noise will not be tolerated? Coenie Groenewald, COO of the National Association of Managing Agents responds.


Transformation is a journey

The transformation of the property sector is a journey that requires the commitment of all industry role players – also the new players included as property professionals in the new Property Professional Act says Dr Eugenia Kula-Ameyaw, executive chair of Black Women Organisation South Africa (BWOSA) and author of the new Act’s chapter on transformation.


How does the Property Practitioners Act help transformation?

One way is by making it mandatory for all property practitioners to have a BEE certificate – but what about single proprietors who are white? Robert Krautkramer, director with legal firm Miltons Matsemela, takes a look at what is meant by BEE compliance in the new Act.



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