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Pam Golding Property Group
Schooled at St Andrews College in Grahamstown.
Completed a BSc at Stellenbosch University followed by a MB.CHB degree at UCT with an Honours Degree in Sports Medicine.
Entered private practice as a General Practitioner on the Atlantic Seaboard, practicing from 1991 to 1996.
Joined Pam Golding Properties as Managing Director in 1996 followed by his present position as Chief Executive.
Dr Andrew Golding, Chief Executive of the Pam Golding Property Group, which is represented throughout the country with over 310 offices in Southern Africa and internationally, including the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Mauritius, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Swaziland, Zambia, Seychelles
The Pam Golding brand stepped into the international arena in 1986, opening an office in London, and following thereafter with a joint venture association with similarly-positioned global property giant Savills International, which today provides access to a vast network of 259 offices in 21 countries. Andrew is internationally known for his global networking and ambassadorial role in promoting South Africa not only from an investment perspective, but also through his strong international tourism links through Gilt-Edge Travel – a company within the PGP group.
Ex-President of FIABSI (International Real Estate Federation) and a Board member of Mortgage SA, Andrew Golding has been responsible for introducing new innovative marketing initiatives focused on the overseas market, including the highly successful Euro Invest tour of England, Ireland, Holland and Germany and other European counties that bring high nett worth investors to South Africa. In 2007 this tour was expanded to include Russia, Dubai, India and China.
The PGP group is a member of the global property group, Savills of the UK.
Here in SA, Andrew Golding is highly respected as a leading member of the business community. He is also a member of the Institute of Directors, the Young Presidents Organisation, NAREA and the SA Medical Health Profession.