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Leigh Oberem, East London franchise holder of Tyson Properties, said the company’s success was based on solid business strategy, innovative marketing and partnering with the right people.
Tyson Properties was established in August 2005 by seasoned real estate expert Chris Tyson and businessman Gavin Cunningham with six agents in Morningside, Durban.
It now employs over 420 agents and employees in 26 offices in Gauteng, the Western Cape, Eastern Cape and Tyson’s home turf, KwaZulu-Natal.
20 Oct 2023 English South Africa News · Sports News

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