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33 Hoofd Street

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Company Structure


Helen Botes
Chief Executive Officer

Imraan Bhamjee
Chief Financial Officer

Sthembiso Mntungwa
Executive Manager: Portfolio Management

Fanis Sardianos
Executive Manager: Client Business Operations

Musah Makhunga

Musah Makhunga
HOD: Strategic Management

Mala Padayachee

Mala Padayachee
Senior Manager: Information Systems

Sipho Mbethe

Sipho Mbethe
Senior Manager: Outdoor Advertising

Tshepo Mokataka

Tshepo Mokataka 
Senior Manager: Legal

Commitment to Youth Talent

The majority of JPC’s human capital are employees between 31 and 40 which draws the conclusions that JPC has a majority talent pool of young capable talent. The JPC is committed to the development of this talent through the introduction of EE and Training Committees.

The JPC seeks to create a workplace that reflects the diversity of the South African society, and contributes to maximising the human resource potential of all people and is committed to the governing principles of employment equity as a means to promote equity in the workplace. Therefore, Employment Equity measures will be designed to ensure that suitably qualified people from designated groups have equal opportunities in employment and advancement.

The JPC will implement these measures using an inclusive approach that addresses both numerical targets and non-numerical processes; such as affirmative action measures. The policy adopted will endeavour to facilitate the involvement of all stakeholders, and their roles will be clearly outlined.

In addition, effective processes and structures will be put in place to monitor and evaluate the success of the employment equity programmes in a transparent and participative manner. The numerical targets and non-numerical objectives are to form part of Management’s Performance Contracts;

Preference in future appointments for groups that are under-represented in the different occupational levels/categories will form part of a key feature in the implementation of the JPC’s EE Policy;

In accordance with Section 15(4) of the EEA, nothing in this policy requires JPC to take any decision concerning an employment policy or practice that would establish an absolute barrier to the prospective or continued employment or advancement of people who are not from designated groups.





The Johannesburg Property Company (JPC) is committed to finding solutions that address the developmental challenges facing the city of Johannesburg. Consequently, the JPC, on behalf of the CoJ, provides Property Development, Management Services as well as Asset Management Services including the relevant subsidiary services.

Over the short-to-medium term, JPC will focus on its three current core business services:

  • Property Asset Management;
  • Property Management;
  • Property Development.

1. Property Asset Management

Provides strategic advisory role relating to activities of capital investment, portfolio planning, disposal of single asset and /or entire portfolios and identification of possible scenarios for the positioning of the portfolio. The primary objectives are the means of intervention of complex real estate operations and identification of potential utilisation or investment opportunities.


  • Identification of property sector investment opportunities;
  • Pre-feasibility and feasibility studies;
  • Analysis of portfolio and investment returns;
  • Portfolio analysis;
  • Fixed asset register management;
  • Physical verification of city fixed assets;
  • Compilation of asset management plans and council property information;
  • Portfolio/property strategy development (including research and valuations)
  • Implementation of COJ/MOE property strategy/requirements
  • Roll out of asset management plans
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2. Property Management

This function involves obtaining and maintaining value from the property portfolio by effectively administering and leasing, acquiring and selling, and ensuring maintenance of the property. Ensure success in all asset management operations by providing precise information and understanding of the physical characteristics of the portfolio or the assets.


  • Investigation into best practice standards
  • Document management and analysis
  • Property specific or portfolio data compilation and survey
  • Property Development
  • Propety maintenance and management of services and encroachments
  • Facilities management

3. Property Development

Property development aims to maximise the financial, economic and social returns from the sale and/or lease of council owned land by active engagement with the property development value chain, in line with the City’s Growth and Development Strategy.

Over the past 5 years JPC has signed agreements for private sector investments in excess of R8bn in property development project. Over R4.7 bn of this investment was secure in marginalised areas such as Orlando, Newtown and Jabulani.

The unit has successfully facilitated the completion of a range of projects with a combined investment value of nearly R2 Bn.

These projects include:

  • Worldwear Shopping Centre
  • FNB Westbank Offices
  • Pan African Shopping Centre
  • Mofolo North residential development
  • Melrose Crossing
  • Soweto Hospice in Diepkloof
  • Orlando ekhaya projects- including University of Johannesburg campus, Orlando Towers & JoshCo Hostel conversion; and
  • Dale Lace Village in Westcliff.
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