IOLProperty - South African Property For Sale
Thursday Apr 24, 2014

Family to turn their Pinelands property green

A family is to turn their Pinelands home into an efficient and eco-friendly household in a project called My Green Home by the Green Building Council of SA.

[Read More]

Berea residents meet over illegal properties

Berea residents were left agitated after city manager Sibusiso Sithole failed to attend a scheduled meeting on Tuesday evening.

[Read More]

Fewer commercial properties being developed

Commercial property developers are adopting a cautious stance towards new developments, according to the latest Broll Report.

[Read More]

Tshwane's A Re Yeng buses ready to roll out

Some of the 30 buses that will take to the first A Re Yeng route when the bus rapid transit system is launched - possibly in July - will be delivered to the City of Tshwane within the next week.

[Read More]

Cape Town on track to launch Myciti routes on Cape Flats

The City of Cape Town says it is on track to launch the N2 Express MyCiTi routes in Khayelitsha and Mitchells Plain, but the bus stations will not be completed by July.

[Read More]

Wednesday Apr 23, 2014

A most unwelcome electricity pole in her bedroom

A property owner in Hammanskraal may have to put her dream of moving into her new home on hold because of an electricity pole standing majestically in the middle of the property.

[Read More]

Ocean View residents get keys to their stone houses

When Johanna Januarie opened the door to her new home at Mountain View in Ocean View yesterday, she said it felt as if she had unlocked the door to her future.

[Read More]

George property owners to pay maintenance levy

George property owners will have to dig deeper into their pockets to ensure the town's infrastructure is well maintained.

[Read More]

More CCTV eyes on Tshwane

Big Brother will soon have more eyes to monitor safety and the flow of traffic across Tshwane, with additional CCTV cameras and beefed-up surveillance.

[Read More]

Tuesday Apr 22, 2014

Plett harbour property development rejected

Residents against the controversial R4 billion Plettenberg Bay small boat harbour breathed a sigh of relief this week when the developer's final scoping report was rejected by the provincial Environmental Affairs and Development Planning Department after a series of technical and procedural shortcomings.

[Read More]



Property Searches:

RSS Feeds

Browse Property For Sale

© Independent Online Property Joint Venture (Pty) Ltd. All rights reserved.
Reliance on any information this site contains is at your own risk. Please read our Terms and Conditions of Use and Privacy Policy.