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Company History

Dijalo Property Services (Pty) Ltd was established in 1998 by Saul Gumede and Hosia Malekane. Gumede and Malekane had a dream to start the first full service black owned property services company in South Africa. The company’s business philosophy is to be a professional total solution’s company, managed by professional property practitioners, each with many years of practical experience in his/her particular field of specialization, and committed to providing cost effective and efficient services to their clients, utilizing the latest appropriate technology available.
Since the establishment of Dijalo in 1998, the company has re-structured and a number of subsidiary companies formed. The Group of companies is now known as the Dijalo Property Group and consists of the following entities:

Dijalo Property Services (Pty) Ltd
Dijalo Facilities Management (Pty) Ltd
Dijalo Asset Management (Pty) Ltd
Dijalo Broking (Pty) Ltd

Dijalo formed Dipula Property Fund in 2006 on Joint Venture with Redefine Income Fund. The Fund was listed on JSE in 2011 as Dipula Income Fund. Dijalo provided asset management services and strategic direction of the listed entity until December 2017 when Dipula Income Fund Internalized the asset management function. Dijalo remains a shareholder of Dipula Income Fund and still continues to invest in the listed fund.

 

Our Clients

transnet
Transnet Retirement Fund Property Trust
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Public Investment Corporation
absa
Absa Property Portfolio
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Dipula Property Fund
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Old Mutual Properties
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Portnet
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Sci-Bono Science Discover Centre

Professional Affiliations

South African Institute of Black Property Practitioners
South African Institute of Black Property Practitioners – SAIBPP
 South African Property Owners Association – SAPOA
South African Property Owners Association – SAPOA
SA Institute of Valuers - SAIV
SA Institute of Valuers
South African Council of Shopping Centers – SACSC
South African Council of Shopping Centers – SACSC
Estate Agency Affairs Board – EAAB
Estate Agency Affairs Board – EAAB
National Association of Managing Agents – NAMA
National Association of Managing Agents – NAMA
South African Facilities Management Association – SAFMA
South African Facilities Management Association – SAFMA
Southern African Institute of Refrigeration and Air Conditioning - SAIRAC
Southern African Institute of Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
Institute of Real Estate Management (USA) – IREM
Institute of Real Estate Management (USA) – IREM
Green Building Council of South Africa
Green Building Council of South Africa