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Thursday May 31, 2012

Cape Town informal settlements are facing infestation of giants

The mother City has been overrun by rats the size of cats. Residents report that the brazen rodents are coming into their homes and biting them.

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Manchester United to play in Cape Town

The world's most popular football club, Manchester United, will be coming to Cape Town if things go according to plan.

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Tshwane residents face stiff hikes to fund projects

The Tshwane Metro Council's infrastructure department has been allocated a large portion of the municipality's expenditure budget for the 2012/2013 financial year. Council set to raise R10bn for new infrastructure.

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Cape Town vows to police public transport lanes

The city is to recruit more traffic officers and beef up CCTV surveillance to clamp down on motorists abusing public transport lanes.

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The Cross Road of Property Value

What was once a farm with a stately manor house as its private residence has now become possibly the fastest-developing commercial and residential hub in the far north of Sandton. Getting its name from the four-way stop where William Nicol Drive and Witkoppen Road met, Fourways has become a sought-after suburb among property buyers and renters alike, says Dieter Harck, Broker/Owner of RE/MAX One Hundred, which operates in Fourways and surrounding areas.

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Wednesday May 30, 2012

Cell Giant Looks To The Skies For Power

A Cellphone operator is installing nearly 2 000 mono crystalline solar panels to cover the 3 600m2 roof of its building, in an effort to reduce the amount of Eskom power it consumes.

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Cape Baboons Get Shock Measure

A new R1 million, 2.8km fence, soon to be electrified, is already keeping baboons out of the suburbs.

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Joburg property rates set to rise by 11% in July

The City of Joburg plans to bill its customers 11 percent more while expecting that more customers will default on bills.

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Joburg's landmark bridges in sad state

Joburg's bridges may not be falling down, as the old nursery rhyme suggests is happening in 1890s London, but they are in a sad state. The city has budgeted R104 million for repairs over the next three years.

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Chapmans Peak: R141m lost if companies pull out

There was a real risk that construction companies would lose patience with the legal wrangling over the Chapman's Peak toll plaza and cancel their agreement with the provincial government, the Western Cape High Court heard.

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