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Nkuli Bogopa,president of the South African Institute of Black Property Practitioners. (Picture supplied).
Nkuli Bogopa,president of the South African Institute of Black Property Practitioners. (Picture supplied).

Cape Town - The annual convention of the South African Institute of Black Property Practitioners (SAIBPP) will take place on November 2 and 3 at CedarWoods of Sandton.

This year marks SAIBPP’s 20th anniversary and the theme of the convention is “the property sector as a key driver for sustainable economic growth and wealth redistribution”. SAIBPP's objective is to drive transformation within the SA property sector by facilitating economic participation and skills development for previously disadvantaged individuals and ensuring more representative participation in the property industry.

“The convention is a strategic, solutions-orientated event where we try to deal with challenges facing stakeholders in the property sector. Apart from legislation, we look for practical interventions to apply in order to see radical transformation in the property sector,” SAIBPP president Nkuli Bogopa told Fin24 on Tuesday.

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