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Monday Oct 20, 2014

Joburg billing crisis: But there's no crisis, says the city

Three years after the City of Johannesburg was hit by a billing crisis, President Jacob Zuma cast a spotlight back on its ability to deal with the problem during his State of the Nation address in June.

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Shopping precinct grows around Joburg heritage loo

In the heart of Joburg's Newtown Precinct lies a building in which the pungent odour of urine is masked by the smell of dust. The high roof lantern on this cupola structure lets natural light shine on two rows of marble urinals and eight pit latrines with no doors.

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Chelsea garage to sell for R9.8 million

It is dilapidated, dark and not even deceptively spacious, measuring just 3.3m by 2.1m. But a one-car garage off King's Road in Chelsea, London, is set to become the most expensive in Britain when it goes up for auction with a guide price of 550 000 GBP (R9.8 million).

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Residents face eviction to make way for MyCiTi route

Twenty-six Wynberg and Plumstead families face a bleak festive season after being told to vacate their council-owned homes by January so that a road can be built for the MyCiTi bus service.

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Plan for Durban 'burial site' housing under fire

Clare Estate residents are opposing the eThekwini Municipality's plan to turn an alleged ancestral burial site into low-cost housing. The land at Dodoma Avenue has also been used as a prayer site for over 80 years.

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Friday Oct 17, 2014

Joburg complex wins over R12 million electricity bill

A bill of R12 million for electricity, four disconnections and months of stress - all down to a credit of R100 000.

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Driver fury over Pretoria roadworks

Anger has mounted among motorists in Pretoria central due to abuse by self-appointed parking attendants, extensive road closures, deficient parking spots, and the towing away of vehicles by the metro police.

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Menlyn Maine faces legal challenges

Sun International South Africa has at least three mountains to conquer before relocating its Morula Sun Casino and Hotel licence from Mabopane to Menlyn Maine in Pretoria east, as approved by the Gauteng Gambling Board.

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Cape Town airport's ambitious expansion plans

Cape Town International Airport is to get a R11.5 billion facelift which would see the gateway to Africa expand its passenger capacity from 8.5 million a year to 40 million a year.

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Thursday Oct 16, 2014

Property owners cut electricity consumption in half

A Pinelands family who accepted a challenge to make their home green has cut their electricity costs by more than half.

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