24 April 2016
“Providing housing and land ownership to black South Africans within the new democracy has been a huge success story according to economist, Mike Schussler.
Chief economist at Economists.co.za, Schussler expects that by the end of the year, black ownership of South Africa’s primary residential market could be up to as much as 60%.
This is up from 41.7% in 2009, where white ownership was at 43.8%, coloured ownership at 8.3% and Indian ownership at 6.2%” – BusinessTech
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