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Learnerships to produce 10, 000 black estate agents

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A journey of a thousand miles begins by a single step, so says the ancient Chinese proverb. Similarly, the transformation initiative of the real estate industry has, effectively, been boosted with the launch of the Estate Agency Affairs Board (EAAB) programme.

Designed to increase the number of black estate agents, the programme has its work cut out with the industry said to be as high as 90% white. One of the ways the industry looks to address this is by one-learner-one-estate-agency programme.

The road ahead is long and winding, but it is just the thing for the industry. The programme’s ambition is to add 10,000 or more black estate agents from now until the end of 2017. According to the EAAB, about 10.5% of SA’s 40,000 estate agents are black.

“The real-estate sector in SA comprises about 10,000 enterprises and if each of these companies take on one intern for a year, the industry could produce 10,000 new trained agents,” EAAB CEO, Bryan Chaplog, says.

The initiative’s timing could not have been perfect, with major players keen to have black representation in their boardrooms.

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4 Responses to “Learnerships to produce 10, 000 black estate agents”

  1. Lamyeli Mbuli says:

    Good day my name is Lamyeli Mbuli, I have a bachelor of economics and business management, I am unemployed, I wish to work as an estate agent so please if you can assist me with internship or learnership

    Thank you

  2. Nwabisa Nqentsu says:

    Am currently looking for a learnership am working at Pam Golding Properties as an intern. Am also keen to study and do my level 5, since I want to be a franchisee.
    Please assist,my contact no. 079 147 2957

  3. Zolisa ndzondo says:

    Hi

    I am very much interested in the intenship. I would like to take part in the program with all my heart.

    Thanks

  4. Zolisa Ndzondo says:

    Dear Sir/Madem

    I hear by request an opportunity to study a course on real estate. I have been trying to get franchises but I dont win because I am notregistered as a principal. But now I have developed an interest mpre than to be a part of a franchise but to open my own instead. I spend ours and days trying to learn any available infomation about the business. I am so looking forward to get my own qualifications of this business.

    Thank you

    Yours Faithfully
    Zolisa

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