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Friday Oct 31, 2014

What holiday property letters need to know to avoid financial loss

It is critical to ensure that the property is properly protected to mitigate any financial risks that may arise as a result of holiday letting

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Thumbs-down for Juju, HF, Oom Paul at Tshwane BRT stops

Julius Malema, Paul Kruger and HF Verwoerd top the names that Tshwane residents do not want A re Yeng bus stations to be named after.

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Fatal collapse: Alberton property owner won't be quizzed

The Labour Department inquiry into the partial collapse of an Alberton house in August would no longer question additional witnesses, inquiry chairman Phumudzo Maphaha said yesterday.

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'Property owners must not withhold levy payments'

It sometimes happens that a sectional title unit owner will become disgruntled with the way trustees are running their scheme and withhold their levy payments as a way of getting their message across.

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Initial payment go-ahead for Sea Point's Tramway Road land

After almost two decades, several failed property deals, internal squabbles and countless empty promises, 34 claimants from Tramway Road in Sea Point are set to get an initial payment of R750 000 each from the sale of the prime land they once called home.

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Thursday Oct 30, 2014

Cape Town CBD living not just for young trendies

Cape Town city living is no longer just the domain of young and trendy urbanites and hipsters. Almost a third of people surveyed by the Central City Improvement District (CCID) in its second annual residential survey have children, and nearly half owned their homes in the city centre.

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What's involved in lease renewal

A lease clause states that notice of the intention to renew the lease must be given in writing by the tenant, not later than three months before the expiry of the initial period, failing which the renewal option would lapse.

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Blitz on illegal Chatsworth businesses

The eThekwini Municipality has pledged to carry out a "blitz" on illegal businesses in Chatsworth after concerns were raised by residents.

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MyCiTi N2 Express gains ground

There's been a "steady uptake" of passengers on the MyCiTi N2 Express service, with 110 000 passengers taking the direct route between Mitchells Plain, Khayelitsha and the city centre since July.

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Wednesday Oct 29, 2014

'High walls restrict your safety'

Could Durban and surrounding suburbs function safely without walls surrounding properties? That was the topic discussed at a public debate hosted by the faculty of engineering and the built environment at DUT last night.

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