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Tuesday Jun 12, 2012

All set for Top Gear Festival

Durban-born McLaren F1 designer Gordon Murray will be honoured on Friday night in his home city as part of a glamorous VIP tribute dinner at the first official event of the Top Gear Festival weekend.

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Durban Stadium still costing ratepayers

EtHekwini ratepayers have paid a hefty R50 million since the soccer World Cup to attract events to the R3.1-billion Moses Mabhida Stadium. This has raised serious concerns about the long-term viability of the stadium in the absence of an anchor tenant with deep pockets to make it financially sustainable.

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KZN losing 40 percent of its water

Almost 40 percent of water supplied in KwaZulu-Natal was being lost, Water Affairs Minister Edna Molewa revealed yesterday.

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Pretoria: Bold new project for city centre

Paul Kruger Street south, one of the main routes into the CBD, is to be closed to traffic as part of the Tshwane Metro Council's proposed R51 million beautification project.

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Bid for heritage status for key Mossel Bay site

Mossel Bay's famous Pinnacle Point Caves, where the earliest evidence of man surviving on marine life and engaging in symbolic human behaviour such as making tools was discovered, will be included in an application for World Heritage status.

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