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Monday May 21, 2012

Affordable property development proposed for Umhlanga Ridge

In a break from the norm, a new "affordable" housing complex to be built on upmarket Umhlanga Ridge has been met with optimism.

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Friday May 18, 2012

Lifts working again in 22 storey Durban block

A lift in one of Durban's oldest block of flats is working again - for the first time in more than six years - because of the dogged determination of residents who were eager to see the building return to its former glory.

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Wednesday May 16, 2012

Outraged investors say Cotswold Downs could be rescued

Keith Wakefield and his fellow directors in the financially ailing Cotswold Downs Development Company will never face an interrogation over what went wrong and what happened to investors' money.

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Tuesday May 15, 2012

Tenant's unpaid municipal service charges is landlord's responsibility

A Constitutional Court judgement made in 2004 has had serious widespread ramifications throughout the commercial property sector - and has placed further risk on the shoulders of landlords, says Jason Lee, of Rawson Property.

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Monday May 14, 2012

New vision elevates Cape social housing

Social housing goes way beyond just providing a roof over people's heads.

It's a means of improving and upgrading entire communities and creating opportunities for more efficient commerce and industry, says Communicare social housing and community development director Joel Mkunqwana.

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Experts question state housing company proposal

Building industry organisations and experts are "very concerned" about the government's intention to consider establishing a state-owned construction company.

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Friday May 11, 2012

The lights are on but nobody's home...

A scientific ghost town in the heart of south-eastern New Mexico oil and gas country will hum with the latest next-generation technology - but no people.

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Thursday May 10, 2012

Sexwale moots state construction firm for public housing

The Department of Human Settlements is considering establishing a state-owned construction company, Minister Tokyo Sexwale said on Wednesday.

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Wednesday May 09, 2012

Freight container morphs into bachelor pad

South Africa's first residential flats made out of freight containers are under construction in Joburg's Windsor East.

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Monday May 07, 2012

Court decision asserts rights of servitude owners to access

"A servitude holder may not increase the burden to other users of a property servitude beyond the express and implied terms of such servitudes."

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