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Saturday, March 9, 2013


(Gaye Corbett and her daughter, Lisa Goosen who are behind the Ingeli Mall development)

Tintswalo Property Group executives recognised as inspiring SA businesswomen.

It is known that the South African business scene is largely receptive to the career advancement of women, with the 2012 Grant Thornton International Business Report revealing that females occupy 28% of senior management positions in the country, substantially higher than the global average of 21%.

Tintswalo Property Group founder and chief financial officer, Gaye Corbett and her daughter, Tintswalo’s CEO Lisa Goosen, are prime examples of how women are making a considerable impact on the local business landscape, having recently been featured in the second volume of SA’s Most Inspirational Women, written by Lonwabo Jabavu.

Corbett and Goosen’s inclusion in this publication can be attributed to the substantial role they have played in making Tintswalo Property Group one of the most successful retail property and boutique lodge development and management companies in South Africa.

Testament to this assertion is the fact that the group has three five-star lodge destinations, one four-star family lodge, as well as five retail centres included in their portfolio, with future expansion developments on the cards.

One of their largest projects will be called Ingeli Mall, located in close proximity to Kokstad in KwaZulu-Natal. The site, situated with direct access to the R59 Provincial road and less than 1 kilometre from the N2 Highway, links Kokstad to a large number of rural communities, small towns and coastal areas.

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