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Thursday Dec 07, 2017

Long Street residents disturbed by club noise

Occupiers of some flats in Cape Town's Long Street say the nightclubs' loud music and noisy patrons are costing them their sleep.

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Wednesday Dec 06, 2017

Cape Town approves drought levy for property owners

The City of Cape Town has approved a drought levy and increased water restrictions to level 6.

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Monday Dec 04, 2017

Cape Town property owners targeted for 'drought charge'

Cape Town households will soon be paying between R45 and R60 extra every month as part of a drought levy, if mayor Patricia de Lille has her way in council tomorrow.

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Gentrification divides Bo-Kaap residents

Bo-Kaap residents are concerned about the planned demolition of a building they say has heritage significance for them to make way for an apartment block.

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Thursday Nov 30, 2017

Obs residents cast their votes to end 'civic capture'

A vote of no confidence was delivered against a property developer and an architect accused of trying to capture the Observatory Civic Association by allowing illegitimate members to vote them on to the executive committee in a bid to fast-track development deals.

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Wednesday Nov 29, 2017

Property developers 'hijacked' Observatory AGM

Property developers have allegedly tried to capture the Observatory Civic Association, allegedly in a bid to fast-track deals.

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Sunday Nov 26, 2017

Cape Town neglects water resource in development drive

The City of Cape Town has been accused of "playing double jeopardy" with the Philippi Horticultural Area (PHA) following its attempts to buy of land within the PHA from a developer.

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Monday Nov 20, 2017

Cape Town property market in flux

Property prices in Cape Town suburbs appear to be switching as price growth in the more expensive areas starts to slow but accelerate in more affordable suburbs.

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Friday Nov 17, 2017

Cape Town considers water tax

Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille has suggested a special water tax, over and above the normal water bills.

She said the city was investigating the possibility of charging a special levy because consumers were saving water so well that they were now paying less, affecting the city's budget.

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Monday Nov 13, 2017

Cape Town rental demand strong ahead of summer

Demand for rental property at prime locations in Cape Town, such as the Atlantic Seaboard, has led to some visitors spending about R30 000 a day.

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