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Tuesday Aug 19, 2014

'Correction fails to bring house prices in line'

House prices remain unrealistic in the residential property market despite the 18.9 percent real house price decline since the boom period price peak at the end of 2007, according to FNB.

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Conman jailed for selling state land

Bonginkosi Richard Zikhali has been sentenced to five years' imprisonment for his role in selling state land illegally over a period of more than three years.

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Monday Aug 18, 2014

Massmart sees pick-up in property renovations

While low-end consumers living in dense residential areas were not buying or building new houses, they were either renovating them or fixing them, Llewellyn Walters, the managing director of Massmart's Massbuild division, said on Friday.

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Zulu King to claim all of KwaZulu-Natal land

King Goodwill Zwelithini says he will not be 'deterred or rushed' as he prepares to lodge the biggest land claim - for all the land in KwaZulu-Natal and some in other provinces that was in Zulu hands in 1838.

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Free workshop on dispute resolution for sectional title trustees and owners

IHFM property management company will present a free workshop on August 28 for trustees of bodies corporate and owners in sectional title schemes who want to learn more about how they should be running their schemes.

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New Electronic Deeds Registration Bill promises relief

The Electronic Deeds Registration Bill would speed up the registration of property, Rural Development and Land Reform Minister Gugile Nkwinti said on Friday.

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Saturday Aug 16, 2014

New smart house 'cleans the air'

The walling materials used to build the smart house at Monaghan Farm near Johannesburg actually clean the air.

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Wednesday Aug 13, 2014

Estate agent training benefits property buyers and sellers

A recent court case* shows just how how important estate agent training is, says Lanice Steward, managing director of Knight Frank Residential SA.

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Tuesday Aug 12, 2014

'Furniture debtors must still pay up'

Debtors owing money to six furniture stores - Wetherlys, Geen & Richards, Beares, Furniture City, Dial-a-Bed and Ellerines - must still pay their loans despite the stores' holding company African Bank Investment Limited (Abil) being under curatorship.

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Monday Aug 11, 2014

Tshwane streets facing spring without jacarandas

There will be no 'purple avenue' along Lynnwood and Atterbury roads this spring.

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