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Mafadi Property Management was formed to re-invent the property management sector, by focusing on a comprehensive list of in house utilities and outstanding letting services to property owners. Mafadi manages residential , office and retail properties.

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From the individual owner of a single property to an entire portfolio of a listed company

Mafadi can offer its exceptional property managment service to any property investor


South Africa’s inner cities are becoming great investment opportunities for investors and owner occupiers.  Mafadi welcomes all investor levels with their portfolio.


Mafadi can guarantee the best Property Management with their dedication to excellence and a host of supplementary services. 


Mafadi’s immense rental portfolio allows all renters to find the perfect location for a commercial, residential or retail rental space.


Mafadi has created an excellent portal for students. To find out more about affordable student accommodation in South Africa please go visit our  Student Life section.


Mafadi Featured Properties

Have a look at our hottest properties.

Rand Daily Mail - Jozi


Rand Daily Mail House is the former location of the famous anti-apartheid newspaper which was closed down in 1985.

RDM is near the Maboneng precienct, and very close to the Absa Offices. It’s in easy reach of Braamfontein, Doornfontein and Newtown and is close to several colleges, universities and malls.

Wavecrest - Durban


Wavecrest, a brand new re-development in Durban.  Close to the beach and to Durban’s massive China Mall. A neighborhood in Durban that will turn heads.  Don’t miss out on this amazing building, book your space today.

It being only  3 minutes away from China Mall and 150 meters away from Durban Beach makes it ideal for any young and hip durbanite.

Trifecta - Durban


Trifecta Student Living offers students a warn, safe and modern environment during their years of study.  With various accommodation options and facilities such as kitchens, gardens, chill areas, WiFi and excellent property management you will find your home at Trifecta Student Living.

Trifecta student living is within walking distance from all DUT campuses and close to various FET colleges.


Mafadi Property Management

A snippet of what makes us tick

Mafadi Property Management is a Company that has been set up to offer comprehensive management and letting services to property owners in secondary property locations in South Africa and surrounding areas. The properties which Mafadi manage include residential, offices, retail and bodies corporates. Mafadi’s head office is based within the Maboneng Precinct on the east side of Johannesburg City.

The Company’s philosophy is driven by the need for alternate management within secondary areas. This entails working closely with City Improvement Districts, City council, understanding tenant’s needs and partnering with property owners and developers. This is done to not only maximize income but to add value to Johannesburg’s Inner City and surroundings by managing sustainable living and working spaces. 

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Festive Day trips in and around Johannesburg

The festive season is here, finally.  Honestly this year went so fast that I feel there were so many things, places and weekend trips I still wanted to take but never got to it.  But wait, this year is not over just yet, make some time and visit some of these festive day trips in and around Johannesburg.     1. Monte Casino Bird Park   What Time: Monday to Friday: 08:30 – 17:00 Weekends and Public Holidays: 08:30 – 17:00 Flight of Fantasy Show – Weekdays: 11:00 and 15:00 Flight of Fantasy Show – Weekends and Public Holidays: 11:00, 13:00 and 15:00 Ching-Ching: Adults R64 | Pensioners R 36 | Hotel Guests: R 36 Children:  10 years+ R 64 | Children 9 years – R36 Montecasino Rewards Programme members pay only R 33 per tickets or less (Thats a saving of R 31! ).  Monte Casino also has Ten Pin Bowling (R48/person) and Laser Tag (R50/game) available, perfect to end the day   2. Johannesburg Botanical Gardens and Emmarentia Dam The Johannesburg Botanical Gardens and Emmarentia Dam are one of our little secrets.  The gardens and dam is relatively well maintained, especially considering how popular it is.  This is truly a lekker place to have a picnic with friends or take the dogs for a jog (please take a poop bag for your dogs) Johannesburg Botanical Gardens has seven distinct gardens:  the Herb Garden, the Hedge Garden, the Succulent Garden, the Shakespeare Garden, the Rose Garden, the Chapel Garden and the Arboretum (a collection composed exclusively of trees). The gardens have a small café near the main entrance...

Top 5 Music Festivals around Johannesburg

Music Festivals are one of those young experiences everyone should experience regularly. Varsity or not. With a selection of festivals you will find similarities among them, but don’t think the one will be like the other. Each in their own way, music festivals grant us chance to escape, kick up some dust, lazing on green grass alongside a lake, a gap to freak out, lose your senses, all that fun stuff. Whether you are looking for an acoustic scene in a bean bag paddock, or under a thorn tree, or spilling on beer tables, maybe even moshing at midnight, you will find it all real close to home. So let’s get down to it, the top 5 Music Festivals around Johannesburg   OppiKoppiMusic Festival The legendary festival of dust. The hot, dry and fantastic festival has grown from 1994 to become one of SA’s biggest music festivals.  When I say big, think hoards of crowds and tents. expect to get lost often. World class performances across 5 stages, the energy of the festival is that of  the crazy and the absurd. The frantic chaos will get your mind off the cold nights as you relish your dust skinned beer in the hot sun, yelling to the likes of Johnny Clegg or Wolfmother, the bass beats on the hill to a uniquely South African music festival you will have to experience to fully understand.   Location: Northam | Limpopo Time of Year: Large  in Easter | Massive in August Avg Ticket Prices: R700 Days of Festival: 4 Festival Fun-dial: Electric, frantic, Huge explosive crowds in the evenings, massive sound and lights....

5 Tips for Tenant Complaints

One of the biggest concerns with rental properties are that of the landlord and tenant relationship, the communication that often gets lost.  As such today I decided to try and plan for success by considering 5 tips for tenant complaints.   1. Listen and take notes Don’t assume that you know what your tenants are talking about when they tell you about a concern on your rental property.  Instead use your tenants as a source of information, ask about the problem in detail, when, where and what exactly happened.  This way you as a landlord can make the best educated choice of how to handle the problem.  Is it a problem that can wait or is it something that needs your immediate attention, like a broken geyser or pipe. This way you also ensure that your tenants feels like they have been heard, that their concerns are listened too and will be dealt with in a timely manner.   2. The Timely Manner Don’t be one of those DIY landlords that take forever to come fix maintenance problems, instead be the landlord your tenants say; “Wow, he was fast”. This will not only ensure that your tenants are happy with you, but it will also guarantee that your rental property stays in top notch condition, fundamentally increasing your capital growth. Some issues can wait a couple of days, but broken locks, doors, geyser, pipes, stoves… these are the things that will need your attention immediately.  Your tenants are paying you good money to live in relative comfort and safety, it is your responsibility as the landlord to try and ensure...
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