Credibility is
built on performance

Commitment, exceptional delivery and sustainability are key pillars of the Royal Shaka Property Group ethos. These are clearly evident across a number of visionary development projects currently underway.

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A life inspired

Situated on 400 hectares of prime coastal property, Seaton presents a unique way of living on a grand scale. This residential development offers beach-side and equestrian opportunities along the North Coast, in the charming coastal town of Sheffield Beach. The vision for Seaton is one that illustrates the vision of the developers and how the concept of estate living has been elevated.

Key Highlights

  • Launched in 2019
  • 400-hectare property
  • Land opportunities from R595 000 to R15 000 000
  • 1 km private beach access
  • State of the art equestrian facilities
  • Part of the larger Seaton Precinct including mixed-use nodes, education, sporting, and retail opportunities
  • Precinct D – 91 stands. Sold out in 4 hours
  • Precinct B – 67 stands. High-end prime stands, selling at a steady rate
  • Precinct K – 31 stands. Larger equestrian plots, in the market and selling steadily



A first for South Africa

Situated North of Tinley Manor is the location for the first Club Med Resort in South Africa. As a flagship resort, this is a transformational project both in terms of its impact on the tourism sector, as well as its impact on the socio-economic environment in which it will operate; namely, the KwaZulu-Natal North Coast. The Club Med Resort concept raises the bar, setting a standard that will see the Resort positioned as the leading international beach resort in South Africa.

The development concept is based on 342 keys 4-Trident (4-Star) resort with a further 64 branded suites for sale. The Resort will incorporate all the extensive leisure facilities required by Club Med and will host families, as well as couples and conference groups.

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Key Highlights

  • First Club Med in South Africa
  • 342 four-star resort hotel rooms
  • 64 five-star suites
  • Leisure, entertainment, conference and dining facilities
  • 30 hectare site north of Tinley Manor 
  • 20-minutes to King Shaka International Airport
  • Club Med market:
    • 50% of clientele return every 3 years
    • 60% are family groups
  • Socio-economic impact:
    • Resort operations will sustain 530 direct jobs1 500 indirect jobs
    • 1 000 construction jobs opportunities
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The South African sugar industry consistently ranks in the top 15 out of approximately 120 sugar-producing countries worldwide. With the two provinces as sugar producers (namely Mpumalanga and KwaZulu-Natal), the sugar industry as a whole makes a positive difference to the lives of more than a million people and is a catalyst to economic growth and development for our country and its future. It is a diverse industry, combining the agricultural activities of sugarcane cultivation with the manufacture of raw and refined sugar, syrups, specialised sugar by-products and co-products. In line with developments in the global sugar sector, it has the potential to be a producer of:
  • Renewable energy
  • Bio-fuels
  • Bio-plastics
The Royal Shaka Property Group’s sugar operations are largely within the rural areas and surrounding towns of the KwaDukuza Municipality, qualifying as a feeder to local employment and economic opportunities in this area.


Sugar Company

The Gledhow Sugar Mill has a long and proud history of supplying the Southern African market with quality sugar and sugar by-products, having first commenced operations in 1912. In 2009, the Gledhow Sugar Company (Pty) Ltd was founded with the acquisition of the Gledhow Sugar Mill at KwaDukuza. The consortium of shareholders includes a BBBEE Partnership, The Gledhow Grower’s Share Trust (made up of all the growers in the area) and corporate business.

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Royal Shaka Property Group

Key Highlights

  • The Gledhow Sugar Company is a Level 1 BBBEE company with 25% of its shareholding owned by the growers
  • Employment opportunities created: 4 634 Total, 402 Direct
  • 441 growers – 298 of which are black growers and 202 small-scale growers
  • 50% of the energy consumption comes from renewable sources
  • R892 million spend annually on local suppliers