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Covid-19 is expected to impact the hotel sector in Sub-Saharan Africa for years to come according to JLL’s Hotels & Hospitality Group.
The impact of Covid-19, coupled with economic pressures, continues to create challenges for most corporate real estate sectors in South Africa. .
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2020 European office take-up lowest since 2002 due toCOVID-19 pandemic
The report highlights the economic development in Kenya, Ethiopia, Rwanda, Uganda and Tanzania
This report highlights the economic overview of Ghana, Nigeria and Côte d’Ivoire.
JLL’s latest Global Real Estate Perspective looks at market dynamics during the third quarter and the impact of COVID-19
With the country moving to level one of lockdown, Q3 sees increased economic activity.
The Seychelles and Mauritius have enjoyed strong growth in hotel performance over the last decade, buoyed by robust growth in international arrivals.
JLL Foodservice Consulting looks across the spectrum of foodservice operations post COVID-19 - from design to technology, from dark kitchens to the future of workplace feeding.
South Africa is witnessing easing of restrictions. Covid-19 and economic pressures continue to create challenges for most corporate real estate sectors.
As the full economic impact of Covid-19 is yet to be realised in Africa, lending requirements for the hospitality sector is expected to become more stringent as the industry navigates the significantly reduced appetite from commercial banks and Development Finance Institutions (DFI’s)