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Monday Jun 26, 2017

9/10 most expensive suburbs now in Cape Town

A study by Seeff reveals Cape Town is now home to nine of the 10 most expensive suburbs in the country, up from seven two years ago*.

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More new cars and gridlock for Cape Town

The scale of Cape Town's transport crisis is reflected in the rising tally of annual new vehicle registrations - just over 53 000 last year, and no fewer than 6 832 over the Christmas/ New Year period alone.

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Cape Town despairs over Metrorail service

The City of Cape Town desperately wants to intervene in the floundering Metrorail service and secure it as the lynchpin of the already gridlocked city's public transport system - and stop even more commuters turning to using the roads.

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Row over demolition of Bo Kaap's Noon Gun restaurant

The battle for the Bo Kaap continues with residents now up in arms about a property developer who wants to demolish the defunct Noon Gun Tea Room and Restaurant at the top of Longmarket Street.

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Thursday Jun 15, 2017

Cape Town to save harbours from government neglect

The City of Cape Town is determined to wrestle management of small harbours in its jurisdiction from the National Department of Public Works (DPW), the owner of 333 harbours and coastal properties in the country.

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Friday Jun 09, 2017

Cash is king when buying property

The Western Cape attracts more affluent buyers who can buy property cash as opposed to middle-income buyers who rely on mortgage finance.

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Monday Jun 05, 2017

'Buying down' a major trend in Cape Town

The age-old trend of "buying down" when times are tough has been reinvented by Cape Town buyers who are trading their larger homes for smaller properties because they want to, not because they need to.

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'Mother City prices not for young pockets'

Buying a first home has always been tough for Capetonians, who have to compensate for living in one of the most beautiful parts of the country by forking out much more for property than citizens living elsewhere.

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Friday Jun 02, 2017

Cape Town wakes up to traffic problems

In the first acknowledgement that Cape Town's congestion will not be solved by increasing the road network, the City of Cape Town has announced plans to develop a new railway line to connect Khayelitsha and Kuilsriver.

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Tuesday May 30, 2017

Water, refuse, rates hikes for Capetonians

Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille has prevented the inclusion of an extra electricity tariff that would hit consumers with an additional R250 charge on their monthly rates bill.

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