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Wednesday Apr 11, 2012

Tshwane to demolish contentious tower block in Pretoria

The Tshwane Metro Council is planning to implode the problematic Schubart Park flats to make way for a new housing project and shopping complex which will form part of the West Capital initiative.

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Lifeline for Cape Town's decaying suburbs

Crime hotspots and "decaying" suburbs across the Cape Flats and parts of the northern suburbs are to get a facelift and are the focus of mass upgrades which will benefit thousands of residents and a multitude of businesses.

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Landlords claim tenants abuse act to avoid paying up

The contentious Prevention of Illegal Eviction (PIE) Act continues to be the bane of property owners, who complain bitterly that the law favours delinquent tenants.

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Delay in transfer of Durban's Point 'eyesore'

A legal glitch has delayed the transfer of Point slum building Ark Royal to wealthy businessman Roy Moodley, who bought the building a year ago on public auction.

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Oranjezicht residents defend plan to monitor numberplates in the suburb

Neighbourhood watch members in Oranjezicht plan to start using numberplate recognition cameras to try to curb crime - technology already being used in other neighbourhoods including Constantia Valley and Table View.

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Deadline for District Six plan under threat

The February 2014 deadline for the District Six redevelopment could be in danger as the construction phase due to start last month has been delayed by an administration process.

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'Fit to let doesn't mean property is habitable'

Implied warranty of habitability is part of our common law and developed by the courts in a few instances, but is largely ignored.

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