Gauteng Partnership Fund
GPF Publications 2012
The 2012 Affordable Housing Indaba - Celebrating visible strides in GPF’s progress
The funding has been able to deliver approximately 20 000 affordable housing units in the province.
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2012 Affordable Housing Indaba – vibrant partnerships needed, says MEC
This is according to the MEC for Local Government  and Housing LH Mekgwe.
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Ten Years of Excellence Posted on October 2012
For the past decade, The Gauteng Partnership Fund (GPF) team has worked tirelessly to address the social imbalances affecting South Africa,
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Property Funding Available - Posted on August 2012
GPF and NHFC partner to fund affordable rental housing entrepreneurs.
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Cementing Partnerships - Posted on August 2012
The Gauteng Partnership Fund was established 10 years ago to mobilise private-sector investment in the housing market.
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GPF and NHFC partner to fund Affordable Rental Housing Entrepreneurs - Posted on July 2012
The Gauteng Partnership Fund (GPF) has partnered equally with the National Housing Finance Corporation (NHFC) on a R200 million Entrepreneur Empowerment Property Fund (EEPF) programme.
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Bridging the Gap - Posted on August 2012
Kutoane Kutoane, CEO of the Gauteng Partnership Fund, explains how the organisation, through its financial-risk sharing, bridges the gap between government and the private sector.
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Addressing Challenges in the Gauteng Housing Market Posted on September 2012
The Gauteng Partnership Fund (GPF) was established by the Gauteng Department of Housing to address funding challenges in the affordable housing sector.
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House and Home - posted on July 2012
Since the end of apartheid, the South African government has placed increasing emphasis on the need for integrated development.
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Affordable housing, visionary leadership - posted on July 2012
Tasked with the mammoth task of facilitating the development of affordable housing in the most populated province in the country, the Gauteng Partnership Fund (GPF) has certainly super exceeded expectations.
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GPF and NHFC partner - posted on July 2012
T he Gauteng Partnership Fund (GPF) has partnered equally with the National Housing Finance Corporation (NHFC)
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Making Economic Sense - posted on July 2012
The Gauteng Partnership Fund (GPF) has partnered equally with the National Housing Finance Corporation (NHFC) on a R200 million
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South African Business- posted on June 2012
Now in its second edition, South African Business provides a well-researched and up-to-date overview of the country for both local business people and international investors
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City Press Business Johannesbug - posted on June 2012
In an address to Parliament recently, Minister of Human Settlements Tokyo Sexwale said his department, along with Public Works, was looking into the possibility of establishing a state-owned construction company that would focus on low cost housing projects
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A Shining Example of a PPP that Works - posted on June 2012
Having already secured in the order of R2.2 billion from banks to help finance the delivery of low-cost housing in the Gauteng province since its establishment in 2002.
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CEO Kutoane Kutoane Interview - posted on April 2012
Gauteng Partnership Fund plays a pivotal role in the provision of affordable housing, acting as a catalyst for investment by matching private-sector funding with public-sector contributions. However,, CEO Kutoane Kutoane wants to build more than just houses; he wants to build communities.
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Matching your pitch to the funder - posted on April 2012
This is what property entrepreneur and co-founder of Tenitor Properties, Odilon Nkhasi, discovered as he embarked on his first project in property development.
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GPF CEO Talks Shop - posted on February 2012
‘Affordable housing’ and ‘gap housing’ are interchangeable terms that are used with specific reference to a sub-sector of the housing market indicative of a specific income band.
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