Gauteng Partnership Fund
GPF Publications 2013
FM Corporate Report – Seeking Housing Investors - November 2013

Financial Mail - Pg. 58
Financial Mail - Pg. 59
Financial Mail - Pg. 60


Entrepreneur Empowerment Fund celebrates success - September 2013
The GPF was established by the Gauteng provincial government to address specific challenges in the social housing sector in terms of affordable rentals.
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Empowerment for property entrepreneurs GPF Entrepreneur Empowerment Property Fund - October 2013
The Gauteng Partnership Fund has never taken a narrow view of its mandate; while it was established by the Gauteng Department of Housing to address funding challenges...

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GPF advances its rental housing fund - Sept 2013
The rental programme assists private developers to procure finance at favorable terms on a project-by project basis, thus facilitating the development of quality affordable housing.
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GPF Entrepreneur Empowerment Property Fund (EEPF) - Aug 2013
The Gauteng Partnership Fund hasnever taken a narrow view of its mandate while it was established by the Gauteng Department of Housing
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Funding affordable housing, growing property entrepreneurs - July 2013
Housing is fundamental to the growth of any sustainable society. The Gauteng Partnership Fund (GPF) was launched in 2002, with a focus on facilitating social housing development for households with an income of less than R7 500 a month at the time. 
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Rental housing - June 2013
Housing is one of the backbones of economic stability; it is fundamental to the growth of any kind of sustainable society
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GPF geared to support rental housing market - June 2013
Government, in particular, appreciates the need to provide rental housing for its citizens.
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LEADERSHIP, Supplement A March 2013
The Gauteng Partnership Fund (GPF), the affordable housing funding vehicle of the Gauteng Department of Local Government and Housing, celebrated a decade of housing partnership success last year.
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