Zandile Makhoba

Head of Research South Africa

zandile.makhoba@eu.jll.com

Zandile is Head of Research for JLL South Africa and is responsible for market analyses, detailed reporting and forecasts on a range of segments of the real estate industry in South Africa. She is responsible for research products that provide comprehensive coverage of office, industrial and retail property sectors, principally in the Johannesburg and Cape Town markets. Zandile holds a Masters in Economics from the University of the Witwatersrand and a Bachelor of Business Science Degree from Rhodes University. She established herself as an economist at Econometrix, a South African economics consulting firm, and has over seven years of experience spanning both private and public sectors.

Blogs by Zandile

Buying and selling property during a recession

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JLL SSA’s Research & Strategy Associate Director, Zandile Makhoba recently spoke about buying and selling property during a recession, and understanding the supply and demand factors that drive this particular space with SAfm/MoneyWeb listeners in an open-line radio interview. SIKI MGABADELI:  As you know, and as we’ve just discussed with Wayne McCurrie, on Tuesday Stats SA […]

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Logistics and warehousing in a recession

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JLL SSA recently hosted a breakfast for SA’s top Industrial Property Landlords at our offices in Rosebank, Johannesburg, South Africa. One of the key topics was how logistics and warehousing have been affected by the current recession. The release of the Q1 2017 GDP figures confirmed something that most had been feeling for some time – […]

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Waterfall: still setting the trend

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The past few years have not been the most encouraging for the South African economy, with anaemic economic growth putting a dampener on business and investor confidence whilst political instability only serves to make matters worse. Of course, the office market has not been immune to the economic climate and both investors and occupiers have […]

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Tracking the T-shirt

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In 2015 alone, South Africa imported over 32 million tons of clothing, shoes and wearable apparel. The clothing industry, which accounts for just under 20% of retail sales, is a notable contributor to household consumption expenditure, which accounts for 60% of GDP. The sector is becoming a notable player in the property industry, driving growth […]

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