welcome to gpf

The Gauteng Partnership Fund, an agency of the Gauteng Department of Human Settlements, combines resources from the private and public sectors to speed up the development of affordable rental housing near amenities and economic opportunities. Its aim is to enhance the socioeconomic state of Gauteng communities.

CEO of the GPF, Lindiwe Kwele, Featured in the Real Estate Investor Magazine

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Kasi 4 Real is a programme designed to enhance the township economy through providing funding for your existing township development in Gauteng.

Empowerment Entrepreneur Property Fund

The Entrepreneur Empowerment Property Fund (EEPF) is a programme designed to promote participation of previously disadvantaged owned companies in the affordable rental property market.

Rental Housing Fund

The Rental Housing Fund was developed for rental housing entities that require additional funding in to the project.

Commercial Housing Fund

Commercial Affordable Housing Programme is designed to promote the participation of experienced housing developers and rental property owners in the affordable housing market.

Student Accommodation Fund

The Student Accommodation Housing Fund was developed for student accommodation service providers that require additional funding to the project.

Social Housing Fund

The Social Housing Fund was developed for social housing institutions that require an equity injection to the project.

2022/23 Annual Report Video

FIRST step to see if you meet the criteria for funding


GPF’s marketing & communications team interviewed Kgaogelo Mamabolo who was recently approved for the rental housing fund to find out how she was able to do it.


The Gauteng MEC for Human Settlements, Urban Planning and COGTA, Lebogang Maile, Ekurhuleni Mayor,  …

Dr. Sisa Ngebulana headlines GPF’s Guest lecture

On 28 July 2022, the Gauteng Partnership Fund in collaboration with the Youth in Property Association hosted a sold-out Guest Lecture at Wits University’s School of Architecture and Planning’s John Moffat building.