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Monday May 21, 2012

Marina facelift to give Durban 'global flair'

Urban planner, city architect, master mariner and honorary life commodore of the Royal Natal Yacht Club, Willy Vandeverre, believes an upgraded and transformed yacht mole precinct for Durban could soon be a reality.

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Department defends plan for Cape Town vlei

Those raising concerns about the proposal to build a shopping centre at Princess Vlei have good intentions, but they must understand the purpose of planning and sustainable development for all.

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Liquor Board trying to close Radium Beer Hall on technicality

The Gauteng Liquor Board will have to explain in court today why it has suspended the operating licence of the Radium Beer Hall, one of Joburg's oldest bar-and-grills.

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Lobby hits out at opponents of MyCiti rollout

The Cape Chamber of Commerce's opposition to the MyCiti bus rollout to Khayelitsha and Mitchells Plain may have something to do with Golden Arrow Bus Services being one of its main members, says Accelerate Cape Town.

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Affordable property development proposed for Umhlanga Ridge

In a break from the norm, a new "affordable" housing complex to be built on upmarket Umhlanga Ridge has been met with optimism.

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Cape lifestyle attracts foreign students

A Google search of "study abroad Cape Town" leads to nearly 1.3 million results, but one doesn't need online figures to prove that foreign students are flocking to the Mother City now more than ever.

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More queries in MyCiti service row

The Cape Chamber of Commerce moved to further defend itself in the row which erupted over the MyCiti bus service being extended to the Cape Flats, saying it was not against the service per se, but was simply sounding important warnings.

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