Inner city property financier TUHF, recently celebrated with some of their Johannesburg and Port Elizabeth clients when they graduated from TPPE for 2016.
This Property Entrepreneurship course is endorsed by the University of Cape Town’s Department of Construction Economics and Management facilitated for TUHF clients who are existing inner city property entrepreneurs.
Our graduates, 12 from PE and 34 from Jo’burg, committed to the training programme which indicated their strong dedication to TUHF and to the property sector,” said Lusanda Netshitenzhe THUF Development Impact Manager. Officiating over both events was Professor Francois Viruly, Associate Professor at UCT along with Henry Chitsulo from Bold Moves.
“Our training programme is designed to strengthen our client’s property investment knowledge and skills while supporting them to grow their property portfolios. These entrepreneurs are catalysts in contributing to job creation, urban regeneration, local economic development and ultimately growing our economy,” said Khumbulani Chikomo, Regional Manager for TUHF’s Eastern Cape branch.
“We are pleased with the enthusiasm and dedication that our clients applied, and trust what they have learnt will add practical value to their inner city property businesses,” said Rose Valloo, Mortgage Manager at TUHF head office.
“As an organisation that is driven by our belief that inner cities are important nodes for local economic development and investing in them is necessary for future growth, TUHF is proud of the success of the programme which nurtures and grows our clients”, concluded Paul Jackson CEO TUHF.
View the photos from the Johannesburg event here
View the photos from the Port Elizabeth event here