SHRA

12 March:  The National and Western Cape Department of Human Settlements, together with its agency, the Social Housing Regulatory Agency (SHRA), recently launched the Anchorage Social Housing Project in Glenhaven, in the Western Cape....

11 March 2021: The Social Housing Regulatory Authority (SHRA) and the South African Women in Construction & Built Environment (SAWIC & BE) signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU), on 8 March, aimed at advancing the participation of women in the social housing sector....

Please be informed that the contract of the SHRA Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Mr. Rory Gallocher, ended on 31 January 2021, and the SHRA Council has resolved to commence with the recruitment process of the SHRA CEO, with the hope of finalising same at the end of the first quarter of the new financial year. ...

12 February 2021 Social housing remains a strategic priority for the government of South Africa, particularly as the country forges ahead with re-vitalising its economy. President Cyril Ramaphosa indicated during his State of the Nation Address on Thursday, 11 February, the importance of the Economic Reconstruction and Recovery Plan and highlighted four key priorities - which included the massive rollout of infrastructure throughout the country, and employment stimulus to create jobs and support livelihoods. ...

9 Nov 2020. “Housing ought not to be a privilege, but a basic right,” said Ekurhuleni Executive Mayor, Mzwandile Masina, speaking yesterday at the hand-over of the newly completed Kempton Village Social Housing Project in Ekurhuleni. “Through this project, we are providing our people not just with homes, but with dignity, fulfilling their most basic needs.” The Social Housing Regulatory Authority (SHRA) and the Department of Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation handed over the newly completed project in Ekurhuleni yesterday, 8 November, with media and stakeholders in attendance. Esteemed guests included Ekurhuleni Executive Mayor, Mzwandile Masina; SHRA Chairperson, Bathabile Dlamini; former...

30 October 2020 In his 2020 Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement Minister Tito Mboweni stated that investment in Social Housing is a key driver of economic growth and job creation with total investment from this programme to be R20 billion over the next 10 years....