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Tuesday Sep 01, 2015

Currie Road property developer given leave to appeal

The fate of the R60 million luxury block of flats at 317 Currie Road in Berea, Durban, will now be decided by the Supreme Court of Appeal.

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'How to buy a renovated property'

As property prices rise, so does the number of people buying "fixer-upper" homes - not to live in, but to renovate and / or modernise as quickly as possible and then resell at a profit.

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Monday Aug 31, 2015

Lights, camera, action for Durban's 'film city'

The long-awaited eThekwini Film City on the Golden Mile is finally going to be a reality - and will help Durban be compared with a "Dubai-in-the making."

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Rand Water won't listen, says property owner

Vast areas of Gauteng including Midrand, Hartbeespoort Dam, Diepsloot, Pretoria and Rooihuiskraal could be without water as a result of a resident's determination to save his "sacred" 1 000-year-old oak trees on his smallholding.

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Filming in Cape Town street raises questions on law

The City of Cape Town is investigating if by-laws were complied with by a film company that closed Church Street to shoot an advert.

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Tongaat mall set to be rebuilt

The new owners of the partially collapsed uThongathi Mall, where two people were killed and 29 injured, are expected to take over the site "in the next month or two".

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Municipalities ask for review on revenue limits

The South African Local Government Association (Salga) has submitted to the National Council of Provinces (NCOP) a list of laws it believes are hindering effective municipal operations.

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Crossmoor property owners threaten rates boycott over land invasions

"Boycott our rates." That is what a group of residents from Raffia Road in Crossmoor, near Queensburgh, intend to do unless the eThekwini Municipality's land invasion unit takes prompt action.

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Mining town property prices decline in real terms

The FNB Mining Towns House Price Index points to an underperformance in the major mining regions, as well as to house price deflation when adjusted for consumer price inflation and measured in real terms.

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No bus depot in our backyard, warn Bronkhorstspruit residents

Residents of Cultura Park in Bronkhorstspruit have vowed to never allow the City of Tshwane to construct a bus depot in their neighbourhood without a fight.

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