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Friday Oct 21, 2016

Owners and banks differ on property valuations

There is often a serious disconnect between what a property owner thinks their property is worth and how it will be valued by lenders. Understanding the difference can save time and frustration when looking to raise capital against properties.

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Road upgrades for Cape Town's deep south

The long-awaited R171 million upgrade to Cape Town's Kommetjie Road and Ou Kaapseweg is set to start on Monday.

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Thursday Oct 20, 2016

Consumers' property needs are evolving

In 1960 around 46.6% of the population lived in urban areas, however, that figure has changed dramatically with around two-thirds of the South African population now living in metropolitan hubs.

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Parking rental plan for Cape Town stadium

In efforts to make the Cape Town Stadium more financially viable, the city council plans to lease spaces and parking within the precinct for 10 years.

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Wednesday Oct 19, 2016

Cape Town to introduce 20% water restrictions

It is going to be a long, dry summer for Capetonians and holidaymakers in the city this festive season. The city council plans to implement Level 3 water restrictions on November 1, which means there will be an indefinite 20 percent curtailment on all water use.

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'Florida-style' retirement plan for Durban

Sugar conglomerate Tongaat Hulett's land development division is putting plans in place to bring the "Florida retirement lifestyle" to Durban.

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Old-age home sues upmarket estate over stormwater

The Pietermaritzburg and District Council for the Care of the Aged (Padca) has taken Redlands Development Projects and 32 others to court to stop them allowing any increase in the natural flow of water from an estate development on to its property.

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Tuesday Oct 18, 2016

Sectional title levies will rise

Most owners in Sectional Title schemes can expect their levy payments to increase now that the Sectional Titles Schemes Management (STSM) Act has come into operation.

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Monday Oct 17, 2016

Bo-Kaap boundaries redrawn

A protracted process to establish fixed boundaries and have the Bo-Kaap officially named as such, has been successful.

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Tenants gasping as Durban wraparound ad returns

Some tenants of a block of flats in the Durban city centre are up in arms after a giant canvas advertisement was wrapped around their building - for the second time in four months.

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