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Thursday Nov 27, 2014

Cape Town reveals plans to resuscitate stadium

There's been mixed reaction to the City of Cape Town's plans to allow for commercial activities - such as nightclubs, coffee shops and office space - at the Cape Town Stadium.

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Concern at Go! Durban price tag

The price tag for eThekwini's Go! Durban transport network could swell beyond the initial estimate of R20 billion.

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Eleven new hotels planned for Cape Town

Cape Town is fast becoming the most popular city in southern Africa for new hotel investment, with a pipeline of 11 hotel projects set to create thousands of direct jobs by 2018, says Joop Demes, chief executive for Pam Golding Hospitality.

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Tshwane bus smartcards go on sale

Sales of A Re Yeng smartcards are expected to peak in anticipation of Monday's full operation of the new bus rapid transit service.

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Wednesday Nov 26, 2014

Major revamp for Durban's Bluff beaches

At last, the Bluff 's neglected beaches are going to receive a much-needed makeover - 50 years after they were last upgraded.

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Consent needed to amend lease

A property lease cannot be changed while it is in use, unless the landlord and tenant agree to any change.

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Cape Town explains rocks on playing fields

The placing of boulders on a field near the Trafalgar Pool in Woodstock to stop "formal" soccer games over weekends has outraged residents.

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Tuesday Nov 25, 2014

Ballito property owners support improvement district

About 60% of the 521 Ballito property owners canvassed support an Urban Improvement Precinct programme in the town.

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Prepaid smart meters coming to Tshwane homes soon

Following the successful installation of smart meters at business premises, Tshwane will start the rollout to households at the end of this month, with the second leg commencing next year.

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Landlords concerned as rates, taxes spike

Landlords are becoming increasingly concerned about the growth in the cost of rates and taxes, which have spiked at two-and-a-half times the inflation rate, results of the latest research conducted for the SA Property Owners' Association (Sapoa) show.

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