Property share prices have come under renewed pressure in recent months as higher interest rates, a fragile economy and load-shedding start to eat into bricks-and-mortar profits again.

The JSE’s South African listed property index (Sapy) is down about 9% year to date, wiping out most of the gains achieved in the fourth quarter. ..

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