The pandemic has accelerated changes in the South African property market that would ordinarily have taken decades - though it remains to be seen whether these are permanent.

Whether it's the increasing use of satellite offices in suburbs to cater for people wanting to work closer to home, or new uses for space in neighbourhood shopping centres, SA's suburbs - in townships and larger cities - are set to become a lot more interesting...

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