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Thursday May 17, 2012

Work on Pretoria square comes to a halt

Development at Lilian Ngoyi Square (formerly Strijdom Square) has ground to a halt and businesses in the CBD want answers.

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R100m battle over Durban roads

Durban ratepayers could be saddled with another hefty bill of about R100 million because of a last-minute battle over who should pay to upgrade the congested roads around the new Cornubia housing project near Umhlanga.

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Cape business chamber questions viability of new IRT phases

The Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry has taken aim at mayor Patricia de Lille's administration, criticising the city for its high electricity tariffs, above-inflation wage increases and the proposed roll-out of the Myciti bus service to the Cape Flats.

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Durban's new billing system to be phased in

Eight years after it was given the go-ahead by the eThekwini Municipality, the long-awaited but controversial Revenue Management System (RMS) is expected to go live in January next year.

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Durban 'should not be hasty on Vetch's decision'

Take the wait-and-see approach when it comes to development at Vetch's Pier.

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Call to report and end illegal ads in Arcadia

Residents of Arcadia and surrounding areas have been urged to report illegal advertising to the Tshwane Metro Council.

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Pretoria inner-city streets lack lighting

Walking in Pretoria's inner city at night can be a risky business, what with poorly lit streets, dark alleys and pavements which are in need of urgent maintenance.

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Durban rebuts Jumbo sculpture claims

Durban's city manager, S'bu Sithole, has distanced the municipality from the elephant sculpture debacle spanning more than two years, arguing that artist Andries Botha was not directly contracted to the city.

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