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John Cloete


SACPVP- President

Mr John Cloete started his own valuation practice in 2007 where he was tasked with various types of property valuations, valuation objections and Appeal board hearing for government and private businesses properties nationally. Prior to that he worked as a professional valuer (Valuation Manager) for Pangbourne Properties as well as for Transnet Pension Fund as a property valuer.

He lectures property valuation at Wits as a sessional lecturer since 2007. Mr Cloete has over 14 years of practical valuation experience.

He holds an MBA from Regent Business School and a B-tech degree in Property Valuations from UNISA. Mr John Cloete is passionate about transforming the valuation industry as well as strives to improve training/education for candidate valuers in South Africa.


Financial Management Diploma (Mentor College)

National Diploma Real Estate (UNISA)

B-Tech (Real Estate - Valuations) UNISA

MBA (Regent Business School)


Nirmala Devi (Roshinee) Naidoo


SACPVP- Vice President

Roshinee has obtained a B.Admin degree; the ND in Property Valuation; CEA; Certificates in Sugarcane Agriculture and Project Management and completed several courses in Monitoring and Evaluation. Recently accredited as a Trainer.

She joined the eThekwini Metro in 1988 and commenced her career in property valuations in June 1989. In mid-2006 she went into private practice, a sole member of (RNPC) Roshinee Naidoo Property Consultants cc. Since 2007, the bulk of her work was in the MPRA space at the KZN Department of Co-Operative Governance and Traditional Affairs (COGTA).

At the end of March 2018, she left KZN Cogta as the Deputy Director: Municipal Finance (MPRA).

Achievements: Roshinee was the first woman of Colour to qualify and to be registered as a Professional Valuer in SA. She is also a Sworn Appraiser appointed in terms of s6 (1) of the Administration of Estates Act. She has won several awards for her achievements, the most recent by winning both the Regional and National from the Women’s Property Network for being Professional of the Year: The Public Sector.

Roshinee was also one of many advisers to the previous MEC: Local Government and Traditional affairs (LGTA) on MPRA matters; served on Valuation Appeal Boards across KZN, served on the South African Institute of Valuers (SAIV), both at the National and KZN Branch Executive level for over 10 years, the former Vice Chair of the KZN Branch in April 2013/April 2014. She was also part of the editorial Panel for the SA Valuer.

She is currently the Vice President and Chairperson of the Education and Standards Committee of SACPVP. Lectures to students at the SACPVP Workschool and presents at Seminars on MPRA.

Recently appointed to the Local Government Sector & Training Authority (LGSETA) Board as part of the Accounting Authority.  

 Her current focus and initiatives is to grow capacity in municipalities and to address the skills shortage in implementing the municipal property act legislation in municipalities; to facilitate and support the development of a municipal assessors program; mass valuation programmes and to support continued professional development of both municipal and government officials involved in implementing the legislation.


Clyde Lawrence

SACPVP- Member

 Currently the managing director of Geospatial Valuation Technologies Eastern Cape (Pty) Ltd. since July 2007. Previously worked as a Deputy Director for Public Works – Provincial Eastern Cape in the Property Management section. Been a property valuer since 1996 at the Buffalo City Metro Municipality and progressing from there. Currently also serving on the Appeal board of the Eastern Cape Province.


Tiny Letsholo




George Rentzke



George Rentzke is currently the Chief/Municipal Valuer of the Nelson Mandela Municipality, Port Elizabeth. He started his valuation career with the Cape Provincial Administration and move on to Corporate Institution, Government Parastatals, Private Practice and Local Government since 1994.

He obtained the ND Property Valuations, registered as a Professional Valuer with the SACPVP and a member of the SAIV. He has done short courses in GIS/IT and Labour Relations.


Mashilo Pitjeng




Nombulelo Constance Betela

SACPVP - Member

National Diploma: Real Estate - UNISA

B.Tech: Real Estate - UNISA

Professional Valuer - SACPVP

Manager: Valuation Services - City of Johannesburg Municipality



Saiven Kuppan


SACPVP - Member

Darran Kuppan is currently employed by ABSA as a Specialist: Valuations Quality Control. He manages the ABSA Home Loans KZN portfolio. Since 2001, he had previously held the roles of Regional Manager: Valuations, Area Manager and Property Valuer for KZN/Free State and KZN/Eastern Cape. 

1990 to 2001 Darran worked at the EThekwini Real Estate Department and Town Planning Department as a Real Estate Assistant, Planning Control Assistant, and Property Valuer.

1987 to 1990 was employed as an Accounts Clerk for The Brown Group.

Darran serves the second term on the SACPVP. He is currently the Chair of the Registrations Committee. He has previously served the SAIV KZN Branch Executive and served on the SAIV national executive from 2006 to 2008. He also chaired the KZN Mortgage Lenders Association in the past and ABSA’s National Valuations Technical Team.


Dianne Beatrice De Wet

SACPVP - Member

Dianne de Wet is a Professional Valuer in private practice. She obtained the ND in Property Valuation and is currently reading towards an MBA (coursework completed, dissertation outstanding). Dianne has been involved in property since 1993, serving as financial director of the Institute of Realtors from 1996 – 2001. She has served as a branch executive member of the SA Institute of Valuers in KZN since 2010. 


Manyane Chidi

SACPVP - Member

Manyane previously worked as Assistant Director (Housing Finance) in Gauteng Department of Housing; Deputy Director (Investment Analysis) at the National Department of Public Works; Senior Manager (Portfolio Analysis) at the City of Joburg Property Company (JPC). He is now the Head of Department of Real Estate at the City of Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality. As the HOD, he is responsible for the management of the entire council-owned portfolio of immovable property, encompassing land management, facilities construction and construction. This involves a portfolio of 53 000 properties valued at almost R13bn. This is the City that prides itself with getting a string of unqualified audits, including two clean audits as well as a prestigious AAA+ rating from Moody’s ratings agency.


He is a Professional Valuer and an Incorporate Member of the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB). In 2014 he was appointed by the State President as the Sworn Appraiser to the Tax Court of the Republic of SA. His areas of interest include conducting project feasibility studies on land, development leases, land disposals, property Investment Analysis, mortgage lending, property finance as well

as Highest and Best Use Analysis.


He has Master of Science (Real Estate) from the University of Pretoria, a BComm (Hons) from Vista University and a Post Graduate Diploma in Management from the University of Witwatersrand.


His research interest is to do a troubleshooting study that will look into elevating Ekurhuleni as the Metro to do business with, with a bias on high-rise vertical buildings. Manyane’s next career step is to offer consulting on the use of drone technology to do mapping, GIS, property inspections, agricultural inspection and project management.




Matso is the Registrar of the Council - appointed on 01 May 2005.

He holds a BCom from the University of Limpopo (alias Turfloop), a National Diploma in Real Estate: Property Valuation, a Certificate in Taxation, a BCom (Hons), all from UNISA, and an MBA from Boston College (USA).

He worked in various industries, starting at a development corporation where he was assisting entrepreneurs with funding and other business establishment needs. Before being appointed executive for the corporation’s property division, Matso was its acting chief executive.

He had a stint at Rank Xerox (SA) and at IBM (SA). He held positions of consultant in change management at Deloitte Consulting and Argil Consulting firms before being appointed the Council’s Registrar.

Matso represented the Limpopo Province on the Black Management Forum’s management committee during the 90’s and was a member of the Manufacturing Development Board for the Department of Trade and Industry for over 10 years.

He serves as a member of the Gauteng Commercial Tax Court.