Creating sustainable economies
through impactful development


Developing and investing in commercial and residential property requires specialised focus, honed expertise and the right financial collaborators. Our team of multi-disciplinary experts continually assess markets for opportunities that offer sustainable growth streams.

Setting the benchmark for integrated urban design, Salta Sibaya allows us to showcase our expertise in the commercial property sector. Bigger than the town of Umdloti – and the last available site for development in the Sibaya Precinct – Salta Sibaya residents enjoy an array of services from residential and retirement areas, commercial spaces like offices, a hotel and other retail sites that will bring economic growth to the area through job creation.

With scenic sea and lagoon views, the precinct is a five-minute drive from Umhlanga Rocks and less than 15 minutes from King Shaka International Airport. Salta Sibaya has easy access to the M4 freeway into Umhlanga, allowing you ease into all major cities in KZN.

Salta Sibaya is testament to the trust that our clients place in us as a Pan-African Bank committed to delivering innovative commercial property solutions.

The bravery to imagine. That’s Africanacity.

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