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Friday Nov 21, 2014

Gauteng sets billions aside for racially integrated communities

A total of R240 billion. This is the amount the Gauteng government plans to spend on building racially integrated households who use the same health-care centres, schools, malls and places of entertainment. The new communities will be near the workplaces of residents.

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Durban's rates rebate system to start up gradually

The eThekwini Municipality's applied rates rebate system will first apply to properties worth more than R1 million and will be extended to other properties over a three-year period.

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Residents protest over Wynberg MyCiTi route demolitions

"It's actually disgusting. They are throwing us out like dogs," says Kevin Freel, whom the city has informed is to be evicted from his family home of almost half a century in Wynberg with his 78-year-old mother Edith, to make way for a new MyCiti bus route.

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Outa challenges e-tolling testimony

The opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance (Outa) has challenged e-toll economist Dr Roelof Botha to a public debate on whether e-tolling really benefited poor people.

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Joburg showcase recycling project stalled

Infuriated Eldorado Park residents say they are being sidelined by Pikitup, which is preventing them from establishing a proper separation-at-source and buyback centre in the area.

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Cape Town to roll out free wi-fi

By June, 61 Cape Town buildings and numerous public access hot spots will have free wi-fi as part of the city's R1.3 billion seven-year broadband network strategy.

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Thursday Nov 20, 2014

Golf estate property owner loses fight to keep dog

The owner of a 3-year-old St Bernard that has been the centre of a tussle between its owners and the body corporate of the Mount Edgecombe Country Club estate has been denied leave to appeal a court decision that he must get rid of the dog.

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Sanral must get medal for e-tolls - economist

The SA National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) should get a medal for its work, an economist told the panel reviewing Gauteng's e-toll system yesterday.

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Soweto refuses to switch to paying

Zodwa Madiba has not paid an electricity bill in 14 years and is resolute she never will, holding the ruling ANC to vague promises made in the dying days of apartheid to provide free electricity to all South Africans.

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Wynberg residents heated at meeting over new MyCiTi route

The City of Cape Town has been slammed for "bulldozing" Wynberg residents into supporting a MyCiTi route "for its own benefit".

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