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May 23rd, 2017
Nkuli Bogopa

Nkuli Bogopa

Nkuli Bogopa, South African Institute of Black Property Practitioners President

Nkuli Bogopa is registered as a Professional Architect with the South African Council for the Architectural Profession, a profession that has come in handy in building a solid reputation and track record in her 18 years in Architecture and the property sector as a Facilities Manager and Property Practitioner.

She has an infectious passion for work and is result-driven.

Over the years she has handled a wide spectrum of portfolios as a Senior Facilities Manger ranging from financial sector, petro-chemical companies, retail, commercial and mining.

Bogopa is also the President at South African Institute of Black Property Practitioners (SAIBPP), an organisation that is at the centre of driving transformation in the property sector.

She sits on the Council of the Property Sector Charter Council, which is the highest decision-making body of the organisation.

Bogopa is a Director on the board of the Property Sector Charter Council, which reports to the above-mentioned Council. The main purpose of the Property Sector Charter is to monitor transformation progress in the property sector, which contributes approximately 6% to the Republic of South Africa’s GDP.

She was appointment as Group Property Manager at Rio Tinto in 2011.

In 2013, Bogopa was nominated to join the Archbishop Desmond Tutu Fellowship Leadership Programme.

She is a member of the Black Business Council, a member of the Institute of Directors SA and a member of the Women’s Property Network.

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