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Tuesday Sep 16, 2014

'Fugitive was nightmare tenant' - Pecanwood property owner

The fugitive Israeli rabbi who fled to South Africa after allegations that he sexually abused women in his country had been hiding in the luxurious Pecanwood Estate at Hartbeespoort Dam all along.

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'Cape Town should not regularise illegal building work'

Economic gain should not be a factor when considering residential building applications, says the Good Hope Subcouncil. During a meeting of the subcouncil, which includes the Atlantic seaboard, an applicant argued that a guest house in Tamboerskloof would boost tourism and encourage economic development in the city.

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'What rental increase is fair?'

Many landlords want to know by what amounts and when they could increase the rentals on their properties.

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Monday Sep 15, 2014

Cape Town's waterfront celebrates 25 years

Southern Africa's biggest tourist attraction - the V&A Waterfront - was three decades ago a 'far sighted' idea but as it celebrates its 25th anniversary, it has become a massive source of income and pleasure.

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Concourt rules against 'right-to-view' objector

The Constitutional Court has issued a stern warning against false allegations of bias or corruption against officials that could undermine public confidence in government institutions.

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Property owner fights to stop Durban warehouse

Adjoining property owners are at war in Foreman Road, Clare Estate, over a three-storey building put up allegedly without plans or a land rezoning.

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Cape business chamber slams electricity tariffs

The Cape Chamber of Commerce has slammed the City of Cape Town for 'punishing' small business consumers with 'tricks' to boost its electricity revenue.

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Langebaan residents lose battle against property developer

Langebaan residents have fought against the development of Shark Bay on Langebaan Lagoon for 25 years - and it appears they have finally lost their battle.

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Big plans for commuter trains

Air conditioning, wi-fi and maybe a free newspaper or coffee with your ticket? While not an experience one usually associates with public transport, in a few years this is exactly what commuters could get when hopping aboard a train to work.

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'Legislation to limit foreign ownership of land is a blunt instrument'

There's no doubt that the timing of the announcement about the government's plans to limit foreign property ownership is bad, and has done nothing to improve investor sentiment or business confidence, says a property executive.

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