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SAIBPP Young Professionals Forum committee (back left to right) Hector Maepa; Stando Langa; Michael Kodinye. (Front left to right) Thokozani Msimanga; Nthabiseng Makgabo; Matlali Queen Matsoso.
SAIBPP Young Professionals Forum committee (back left to right) Hector Maepa; Stando Langa; Michael Kodinye. (Front left to right) Thokozani Msimanga; Nthabiseng Makgabo; Matlali Queen Matsoso.

The South African Institute of Black Property Practitioners says it is nurturing a new generation of black property leaders and professionals through several initiatives it hopes will address previous gaps in the industry.

These initiatives include a bursary fund to provide young people a chance to undertake property-related studies and the Young Professionals Forum. Talented students are also matched with internship opportunities.

SAIBPP is a non-profit association formed in 1996 to advocate for and facilitate transformation within the property sector and built environment.

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