Welcome To REHDA Institute

REHDA Institute is the training and research arm of the Real Estate and Housing Developers’ Association Malaysia (REHDA). It was established in 2001 to address the research and educational needs of the housing and property industry.....

About REHDA Institute

Originally spearheaded and supported by REHDA Malaysia, REHDA Institute is a not for profit charitable foundation ….

History & Background

The Housing Developers’ Association (HDA) Foundation was the brainchild of four distinguished founding members in 1992 …

Board of Trustees

The affairs of REHDA Institute are governed by an independent Board of Trustees led by REHDA Institute Chairman.

Upcoming Events

Affordable Housing Report Media Brief
Executive Masterclass: New Land Acquisition
CEO Series: Annual Property Developers Conference

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  • The Observer view on Britain’s response to repression in Zimbabwe | Observer editorial
    The government’s enthusiastic welcome for Robert Mugabe’s successor ignores a brutal crackdown on the oppositionLast November, when news spread through Harare that Robert Mugabe had resigned after 37 years of misrule, joyous crowds poured on to the streets of the Zimbabwean capital. They cheered, sang and even embraced the soldiers whose intervention had forced the […]
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    Tendai Biti claims heavily armed masked men forced him to return across the borderA senior opposition politician forcibly returned to Zimbabwe after being refused asylum in neighbouring Zambia has accused state security officials of carrying out an illegal abduction overseas.Tendai Biti, a former finance minister and senior figure in the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC), […]
  • Zimbabwe opposition figure charged after forced return
    UN accuses Zambia of violating international law after MDC’s Tendai Biti is denied asylum A senior Zimbabwean opposition politician who was refused asylum in neighbouring Zambia and forcibly returned to his own country has been charged over his alleged role in last week’s post-election protests.“We will keep on fighting,” Tendai Biti told reporters, before being […]
  • Zimbabwe activists go into hiding as security crackdown intensifies
    Opposition MDC backers report being harassed, detained and beaten after recent electionHundreds more activists have gone into hiding in Zimbabwe as security agencies intensify a crackdown launched shortly after the election 10 days ago.Millions of people cast votes in the poll, the first since the ousting of Robert Mugabe last year. The victor was Emmerson […]
  • Zimbabwe opposition face wave of detentions, beatings after election loss
    MDC, which narrowly lost election, says supporters have been abducted and attackedSecurity agencies continued a crackdown on opposition activists in Zimbabwe on Sunday, less than three days after historic presidential elections won by Emmerson Mnangagwa, the leader of the ruling Zanu-PF party.Human rights groups reported dozens of abductions, beatings and rapes carried out by unidentified […]

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