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Thursday Apr 06, 2017

Property owners lose fight against Knysna mosque

The Knysna Muslim Council claimed victory after the Western Cape High Court dismissed an application brought by a group of disgruntled residents who wanted approval for the construction of a mosque declared invalid.

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Wednesday Apr 05, 2017

Swellendam recognised as SA's most eco-friendly stop

Swellendam has been recognised as South Africa's top eco-friendly destination.

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Monday Jul 11, 2016

Parson's Ridge neighbourhood watch scheme sees crime drop by 80 percent

Crime has dropped by a remarkable 80 percent in just four months in Parson's Ridge, one of Port Elizabeth's newest residential suburbs.

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Thursday Jun 30, 2016

Pietermaritzburg to crack down on problem buildings

The Msunduzi Municipality's "problem buildings by-laws", which deal with buildings that are derelict, abandoned, overcrowded and illegally occupied, have been adopted by the council's executive committee and will be published in the government gazette.

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Friday Jun 24, 2016

Knysna Mosque still in a legal wrangle

The Muslim community in Knysna is waiting anxiously on how the court responds to a legal challenge from 22 Rawson Street homeowners to the building of a mosque in the street.

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Monday May 30, 2016

Empangeni property owners ask for gated suburbs

Empangeni residents tired of "living in fear" have submitted requests to the KwaZuluNatal Department of Human Settlements to turn the townÂ’s suburbs into a gated community, amid a "spike" in crimes.

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Monday May 09, 2016

Richards Bay cost of living report 'inaccurate'

Richards Bay has been named South Africa's fourth most expensive city to live in by website Expatistan, but not everyone agrees.

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Tuesday Mar 22, 2016

These are SA's most expensive streets

When raucous brandy-gulping and foul-mouthed rapper Jack Parow pretended to be the proud owner of a mansion in Nettleton Road, Clifton, he set tongues wagging.

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Monday Mar 14, 2016

Urban parklets reclaim city streets for humans

There's a distinctly subversive ring to the essentials of a small event in California a decade ago, which an ocean and a continent away has found a resonant and wholesome echo in the streets of Cape Town.

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Monday Feb 22, 2016

The high cost of traffic congestion

The realities of traffic congestion and its potential impact on economic activity should be primary considerations when future transport plans for Gauteng are considered.

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