Private property brings you the real estate industry summit

Private property brings you the real estate industry summit

Private Property South Africa
Private Property Reporter

The new Property Practitioners Act came into effect on 1 February 2022. The implications for all stakeholders are enormous and many of us have various questions.

Private Property is proud to facilitate an interactive, round table, ‘deep-dive’ into the new Property Practitioners Act (PPA) taking place virtually on the 10th of February 2022, Thursday. The virtual event kicks off at 10h00 and rounds up at approximately 13h30 and it's FREE to attend.

This is an exciting opportunity for you to engage with authoritative industry leaders to unpack the implications the new legislation has on the industry.

The Panelists include various expert industry bodies, top legal minds, industry education specialists and property investment specialists. This is the start of many conversations that will have the sole purpose of moving the industry forward and unlocking the value of open communication.

Some of our exceptional speakers include:

  1. Jan le Roux, Rebosa

  2. Clem Daniel, Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr

  3. Michelle Dickens, TPN

  4. Vuyiswa Ramokgopa, SAIBPP, NPPC

  5. Cilna Steyn, SSLR

  6. Janet Alexander, Prop Academy

  7. Ben Groot, SAPOA

  8. Mamodupi Mohlala, EAAB

  9. Ms. Fifi Peters

  10. Bruce Whitfield

  11. Paul Rotherham

  12. Shawn Theunissen, Growthpoint

Topics you can expect to learn more about:

  • The principles and intentions behind the PPA
  • How will it impact our day to day lives and move the industry forward
  • Interpreting the PPA from a legal perspective
  • Changes to the path to certification and the implications for all the role players
  • Understanding the impact of the PPA for developers, investors, property owners and property managers
  • Amnesty and penalties

Join us by simply visiting and registering a free ticket.

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Space is limited, so don’t miss out!

Kick off the year by earning 1 CPD non-verifiable point in the professional category and 1 CPD non-verifiable point per hour in the personal category.


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