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Tuesday May 08, 2012

Retired magistrate uses law to oust brothel

Peter Weber, 81, says he is finally living in peace after winning a six-year battle against the operation of such an establishment alongside his Umbilo, Durban, home.

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R8-an-hour parking fury

Joburg businesses and residents, inspired by the success of the Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance's tackling of e-tolling, are mobilising for a fight against paid kerbside parking.

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Joburg's billing gets more bizarre

The City of Joburg's billing chaos is going from bad to worse.

Now the council has revived a year-old disputed bill for R1.5 million for an RDP house that runs on prepaid services, and sent the shocked homeowners a pre-termination notice.

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Sars adds a charge to Machanik's case

The former queen of the property market may still look the part, but she faced another setback in the Commercial Crimes Court today.

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Cape Town defends 'normal' 10% surcharge on electricity supplied by Eskom

Hidden charges in Cape Town's draft budget would lead to the average ratepayer paying a 10 percent surcharge on electricity, says the Greater Cape Town Civic Alliance - which has accused the city council of excessive profit-taking, to the detriment of ratepayers.

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