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Theme: Land and Property administration for efficient service delivery and sustainable development

The biggest event for public sector property and land Administrators is getting bigger and better every year. The 2017 Public Sector Property and Land Administration conference will take place at in Johannesburg. Land ownership and administration is still a hot topic that needs significant attention in Africa. New laws governing land ownership in South Africa are changing and policy makers are coming up with new ways to manage land for public and infrastructure purposes.

10 Reasons to attend the Public Sector Property and Land Administration Conference 2017

  • Learn about the roles and responsibilities of Land Administrators, community planning, zoning, legislation, by-laws, the land application process, inspections and reports.
  • How to develop leases and legal contracts, general document execution, land title registration, land use permits, quarry administration, land development, lot pricing and revenue procedures.
  • Learn the community planning process along with the procedures and documents that are integral in this process.
  • Learn the significance of the environment, relevant legislation, development approval process and site inspections.
  • Be aware of the political and land claim circumstances and how they occur.
  • Obtain and organise information required to make decisions about the use, development and administration of land and Property.
  • Obtain and organise information required to make decisions about the use, development and administration of land and Property.
  • Learn how to review and evaluate land applications and development proposals by taking into account basic land administration and planning concepts as well as land administration by-laws, community plans and zoning by-laws.
  • Learn how to maintain and use records and information systems to manage community land and property.
  • Learn to prepare sketches, drawings, maps and site plans and interpret legal survey plans, maps and air photos.

 

 


Portia Tau-Sekati
Chief Executive Officer
Property Sector Charter Council
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    Portia is currently the CEO of The Property Sector Charter Council. The organisation that is entrusted with developing the strategy and Programs to transform the property sector as outline in the Property Sector Charter. She has worked in various public and private entities and has an extensive knowledge and is an expert in “transformation” as driven in the RSA by the BBBEE framework. She also has extensive experience in dealing with and lobbying Government and a true expert on issues of transformation. She has led and facilitated the discussions on transformation targets with the major property stakeholders. A process which has enabled Property Sector to obtain its own Sector Charter under BBBEE Act. Portia lead a research process that aims to create a consolidated body of knowledge which fosters consistent understanding of the Property sector in South Africa. In the pursuit to understanding SA property sector, she revealed the first of its kind research information that consolidates the South African property industry market size and Impact of the South African Property Sector on the National Economy Portia’s has extensive experience working both locally and abroad. She has won numerous awards in her current role and continuous to serve in both Government and private sector boards and council especially in the property and Built environment sector

Thulani Vuyo Kuzwayo
Managing Executive: Public Sector
Green Building Council South Africa (GBCSA)
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    Thulani Vuyo Kuzwayo inter alia primarily oversees the creation and implementation of a public sector capacity building strategy. This involves fostering strategic relationships within the sector i.e. all 3x spheres of government and some State-Owned Enterprises. In the past few years at the GBCSA, Thulani has been involved in managing the Green Star SA Certification process and pre-scoping for the development of a sustainability assessment tool for sustainable precincts. This role involved recruitment and training of Assessors in South Africa, as well as the sharing of experiences with and providing training & support to other GBCs on the continent viz. Ghana, Namibia and Zambia. Before joining the GBCSA, he was part of various design teams that worked on local and international architectural projects in the hotel & resort, industrial and residential sectors. Further to building design and technical documentation, he has been involved in developing Quality Management Systems and has worked as a Sessional Lecturer (on BIM) at the School of Architecture and Planning at the University of Witwatersrand. His current role at the GBCSA includes advocating green building education and practice in the public sector.

Lynette Ntuli
Chief Executive Officer
Innate Investment Solutions
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    Lynette Ntuli is currently the Chief Executive Officer of Innate Investment Solutions, a 100% Black Women Owned entity that provides property, asset management and infrastructure solutions to the built environment and custodians of land and property portfolios. Ntuli has previously held senior leadership roles in the commercial, development and investor spheres of the property and trade and investment sector and sits on the executive committees and working groups of various industry related organisations.Over a 12 year period, Ntuli has gathered experience in asset management and development, commercial and infrastructure planning and strategy in operational, development and investment roles. Her knowledge of regulations and compliance within the built environment and ability to articulate this insight into turnkey solutions and commercially viable business models is an asset to the sector in which she operates. This includes understanding Government planning and development policy, asset management frameworks and processes related to audit, investment and compliance. She is the current Vice President of the South African Inst. of Black Property Practitioners SAIBPP, a World Economic Forum Global Shaper, a Mandela Washington Fellow and industry and media award winner. She holds post graduate property specific qualifications from the University of Pretoria.


Thabang Moleko
Portfolio Manager
TUHF
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    Thabang has Bachelor of Commerce Degree from Rhodes University. Prior to joining TUHF Thabang started his career at PwC as a Management Consultant before moving to the Department of Public Works where he held the roles of Property Portfolio Manager and Regional Property Manager. Thabang was selected as a Mandela Washington Fellow to train in Public Management at Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland and to work as an Economist at the African Development Bank in Abidjan, Ivory Coast. Thabang has just completing his MBA with Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University Business School.

Thulani Vuyo Kuzwayo
Managing Executive: Public Sector
Green Building Council South Africa (GBCSA)
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    Thulani Vuyo Kuzwayo inter alia primarily oversees the creation and implementation of a public sector capacity building strategy. This involves fostering strategic relationships within the sector i.e. all 3x spheres of government and some State-Owned Enterprises. In the past few years at the GBCSA, Thulani has been involved in managing the Green Star SA Certification process and pre-scoping for the development of a sustainability assessment tool for sustainable precincts. This role involved recruitment and training of Assessors in South Africa, as well as the sharing of experiences with and providing training & support to other GBCs on the continent viz. Ghana, Namibia and Zambia. Before joining the GBCSA, he was part of various design teams that worked on local and international architectural projects in the hotel & resort, industrial and residential sectors. Further to building design and technical documentation, he has been involved in developing Quality Management Systems and has worked as a Sessional Lecturer (on BIM) at the School of Architecture and Planning at the University of Witwatersrand. His current role at the GBCSA includes advocating green building education and practice in the public sector.

Helen Botes
Chief Executive Officer
City of Joburg Property Company SOC Ltd
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    Helen is currently the Chief Executive Officer of the City of Joburg Property Company (JPC) which is the City’s sole property custodian currently managing in excess of 29000 properties. She has been with the City of Johannesburg since 2003, and was instrumental in setting up the existing Treasury Department. She was part of a highly successful team which took the first four municipal bonds in South Africa to market, and was project leader for the first municipal retail bond developed in the country. These municipal bonds were listed on the JSE. Helen then moved to the City’s Economic Development Unit, where she was responsible for Management Support in the Office of the Executive Director: Department of Economic Development. As a difference-maker, one of her proudest achievements as the JPC CEO thus far, has been the hand-over of more than 500 title deeds to beneficiaries as part of the Land Regularisation Programme.


Jawahir Nandha
Executive: Commercial| Saldanha Bay
Industrial Development Zone (SBIDZ)
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    Jawahir heads the commercial unit of the Saldanha Bay Industrial Development Zone. The SBIDZ is the first sector specific Special Economic Zone in the Western Cape & in South Africa servicing the Upstream Oil & Gas, marine repair engineering & logistics services. He provide strategic leadership in commercial operations which include management of the Estate & the Tenants by building strategic partnerships, developing commercial solutions and executing propositions that create value for investors and contribute to economic development and job creation. Jawahir’s career spans 20 years’ experience operating in a highly matrixed multinational environment, specializing in the African market and having held leadership positions at Safmarine and Baker Hughes. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in International Business administration from the United States International University – Africa.

Mashilo Pitjeng
Managing Director
TseboREAL Asset Management
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    Graduated in 1996 from the University of Witwatersrand with B.Com degree, has completed Postgraduate degree in Business Management with UNISA, and an Executive Development Diploma from University of Stellenbosch Business School, in addition to a number of non-degree certificates in Real Estate.Current Chairperson of the Property Sector Charter Council (PSCC) Research Committee, Facilitator for the PSCC Drafting Technical Committee and formerly Chairperson of Gauteng SAPOA, Member of the SAPOA National Council.Mashilo has 20 years working experience in the South African property sector, and has gained an extensive asset management expertise in the public sector. Has worked for JHI Real Estate, National Dept. of Public Works, MTN (SA), City of Joburg Property Company and Absa (Barclays-Africa) Bank.

Raina Hattingh
President & Land Use,
Rehabilitation and Closure Consultant
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    Land Rehabilitation Society of Southern Africa | Jones & Wagener

    Raina has spent the past ten years developing a passion for strategic mine closure planning, with most of her experience gained within the borders of Africa, and South Africa specifically. More recently her focus has been on mechanisms to optimise use of post-mining landscapes. In between, she continues to work on her dream of saving the world, one mine site at a time.



Benjamin Armah Quaye
National Project Coordinator
Ghana Land Administration Project,
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    Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources

    Dr. Benjamin Armah Quaye has over 23 years experience in land administration. He is currently the Project Coordinator of the Ghana Land Administration Project, which seeks to consolidate and strengthen land administration and management systems for efficient and transparent land service delivery. Dr. Quaye has made presentations at local and international conferences on land information management and land administration. He has contributed to book Chapters and Case studies on Land Tenure systems in Ghana and Free/Libre/Open-Source Software (FLOSS) in Cadastre and land registration. Dr. Quaye is a Fellow of the Ghana Institution of Surveyors (GhIS), and currently serves as a member of the Governing Council of the Institution.


Mmamoloko Seabe
General Manager
Eskom Real Estate
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    Mmamoloko is a registered Town and Regional planner, qualified in 1997 and registered with the South African Council of Planners. Her highest qualification is MSc Building in Property Development and Management from the University of Witwatersrand. She has experience in both the public sector and private sector, managing Corporate Real Estate, Property Development projects and Land and Rights acquisitions process.She has worked for a consulting firm, Emendo Inc, as a Junior Town Planner from 1997-2000. She then joined the Department of Public works as a Deputy Director then moved to BPSA as a Real Estate Developer. In 2005 she joined Eskom where she currently holds the position of General Manager: Eskom Real Estate. In this portfolio she leads a team that manages Eskom’s National Corporate Real Estate portfolio and the Land Development and Management portfolio.

Ntsebo Relebohile Putsoa
Director Leasing and Customer Services
Land Administration Authority Lesotho
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    Ntsebo holds a master’s degree in Urban and Regional planning from UFS. She has been a member of various affiliations including Housing Strategy Policy Committee, Arable Land Encroachment Prevention Campaign and Chairperson of land development planning unit. Ntsebo wrote a thesis on “unplanned settlement in urban areas of Lesotho.” In 1999. She has worked under land management as town planner for 8 years. She spent another 9 years working on land administration focusing on land registration and property. She is currently director of customer service and leasing service in the land administration authority of Lesotho.

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