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Monday Aug 14, 2017

Cape Town rents rising faster than elsewhere in the world

Low confidence levels and shortage of money are seeing increased demand for rental properties across the country, despite statistics showing that the average national rent is at its highest yet.

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Monday Aug 07, 2017

Heavy traffic adds to growing pains for Table View

The greater Table View area is one of Cape Town's fastest- growing suburbs. With rapid expansion comes increased frustration for those who have to spend hours in traffic.

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Tuesday Aug 01, 2017

New app to report Cape Town municipal issues

A new app called Link has made it easier for Capetonians to report service delivery problems directly to the municipality.

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Monday Jul 31, 2017

Cape Town tries to curb urban sprawl

The City of Cape Town said its revised draft on the Municipal Spatial Development Framework (MSDF), which is out for public comment, seeks to promote development along established transport nodes within the city's "inner core" and prevent urban sprawl.

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Thursday Jul 27, 2017

Woodstock corner shops battle to stay open

Shop owners in Woodstock are fearing closure because of high rates hikes and rent, electricity and water increases.

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Monday Jul 24, 2017

'Forced to sell as rates have doubled'

Steep municipal rates increases because of overinflated valuations on properties in Woodstock and Salt River brought on by multimillion-rand developments have forced owners to sell.

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Monday Jul 17, 2017

Top schools a priority for Cape Town property buyers

Proximity to the Western Cape's best public and private schools is a major influence on home buying in the province, with Cape Town - and the southern suburbs in particular - a huge draw-card.

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Affordable housing a necessity for Cape Town

Cape Town's housing crisis is affecting not only the unemployed as people with jobs also struggle to find affordable housing.

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Cape Town's underground concourse gets a facelift

Cape Town's city-owned Strand Street Concourse, a pedestrian link between Cape Town Station, St George's Mall and the Golden Acre is being given a facelift that will include a municipal hub.

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Thursday Jul 13, 2017

Cape Town adamant on rescuing harbours

The City of Cape Town received 15 public responses on its bid to pass a draft harbour by-law that would place the administration of the five small harbours which fall within the city's jurisdiction in its hands.

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