Joburg Property Company run by a receptionist, a tollgate cashier and a matric-less ANC leader

Investigations have revealed that an alarming majority of the board do not have the required capacity, skill and experience to lead the city’s property company, which is responsible for a portfolio of 30,700 properties

24 September 2023 - 00:00 By SISANDA MBOLEKWA

A tollgate cashier, a receptionist and a person with a grade 11 have been appointed to the board of the Johannesburg Property Company (JPC), an entity that oversees the city’s 30,700-odd properties, worth about R8.7bn...

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