Day Two - Wednesday, 19 June 2019

Master of Ceremonies: Iman Rappetti (speakers and times are subject to change)

      

Registration opens

      

Opening Ceremony

      

Opening Keynote

      

Welcome and Opening of Convention 2019

      

Address by SAPOA President

      

Address by Principal Sponsor

      

Tea/Coffee & Networking

      

The SAPOA Journalism for Excellence Awards

In today’s increasingly volatile socio-economic and political world, quality journalism that is fair, accurate and unbiased, remain critical. It is less about the story and more about the layers and context of the story that need to be explored. The SAPOA Journalism Awards for Excellence are designed to applaud local media who use their words boldly to tell the truth and challenge the status quo.

 

Nominees Announcement

Sponsored by: Excellerate

      

WHAT DOES 2020 HOLD FOR THE LISTED PROPERTY SECTOR?

What happens in the listed property sector is often a predicate for what’s happening in the country at large – politically, economically and socially.  The sector is increasingly subject to instability and atypical market behavior. Drawing on industry insights and expertise will help us understand what factors we can expect to have an impact on the property market in 2020.

 

Hear the experts and join the debate

 

Panel

CEO, Balwin Properties Limited

 

Chief Executive Officer - South Africa, Growthpoint Properties Limited

 

Fund Manager, Coronation Fund Managers

 

Executive Head of Financial Sector Equity Research, Standard Bank Group Securities (SBG)

 

Portfolio Manager, Old Mutual Investments

 

Facilitator

Head of Research & Property, Anchor Stockbrokers

 

      

Lunch & Networking

      

SAPOA Property Awards in Innovative Excellence Showcase

Recognising distinction in property development!

 

Property developments that emanate innovative excellence are the amalgamation of technical genius and artistic expression. As a result, they enhance our skylines, and are progressive towards world-class property development.

 

SAPOA encourages and recognises such meetings of minds and expertise that result in exceptional property developments with unmatched gravitas.

 

Entries & Category Winners

      

INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL REMAINS KEY - The Future of Skills

 

Education, training and development initiatives are the backbone of the organization and assist in the built environment landscape.

 

Currently, South Africa's deficient education system is the single greatest obstacle to socio-economic advancement, replicating rather than reversing patterns of unemployment, poverty, and inequality, and effectively denying the majority of young people the chance of a middle-class life.

 

South Africa spends more on education than the United States of America (USA) and the United Kingdom (UK) but is it helping?

 

South Africa’s primary education system was rated 114th out of 137 countries for the quality of its education system in the WEF's 2017/18 Global Competitiveness Index report ranked South Africa.

 

What is the solution?

 

Panel

 Faculty of Education, Stellenbosch University

 

CEO, YES Foundation

 

Executive Director, Vukile Property Fund

 

CEO, Izandla Property & Chairman of Women's Property Network

 

Founder & Chair, Rekindle Learning

 

Facilitator

Department of Construction Economics and Management, UCT

      

Tea/Coffee & Networking

      

THE AILING ECONOMY

What are our prospects! 

 

SA’s economy still plagued by policy uncertainty and corruption. Although SA’s general election in the first half of 2019 will inevitably generate political and policy uncertainty, interim steps to boost investor confidence and growth must continue to seek to create a more favourable economic environment.  Policy uncertainty has continued to linger in SA and has been worsened by the recession. Clarity around the issue of land reform and the medium-term budget policy statement remain crucial. These are the critical issues.

 

The JSE overall index declined by 4% year on year during 2018 while listed property lost almost a quarter of its value. The only two asset classes that have consistently beaten inflation has been cash in the form of high-income funds and offshore assets.-So whats the solution?

 

Join our engaging debate and hear the experts

 

Panel

Senior Economist, Nedbank

 

Economist, Argon Asset Management 

 

Chief Economist, The Economist

 

Chairman of IQ Group Holdings

 

Former Statistician General

 

Facilitator

Award-winning Journalist & Master of Ceremonies

      

Wrap Up of Day One

      

Annual General Meeting

      

Welcoming Cocktail Function

Sponsored by: TBC