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Friday Jun 29, 2012

What property style do buyers look for ?

South Africans have a wide variety of tastes in residential architectural styles, but it does pay to be aware of current trends and those factors which make homes particularly acceptable to buyers.

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Durban city council 'aggressive, evasive' on jumbos

Elephant sculptor Andries Botha has labelled city manager S'bu Sithole's response last month, to his high court application to prevent the scrapping of his Three Elephants sculpture, "aggressive, evasive" and not of a nature one would expect from an "accountable organ of state".

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Derelict heritage eyesore stifles Joburg property development

The historic 1913 Marshall Street Barracks, a heritage site in the heart of the Joburg CBD have been lying in rack and ruin for the past 20 years.

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Rates cut 'definitely on the cards'

With the cost price index likely to continue to stay below the 6% upper limit, the South African Reserve Bank's Monetary Policy Committee will 'almost inevitably' find itself able to reduce its interest rates.

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SA accused of selling off heritage site

South Africa has been blasted by UN World Heritage Committee experts for putting coal mining ahead of protecting one of the nation's oldest cultural treasures, the 1100-year-old Kingdom of Mapungubwe world heritage site.

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Thursday Jun 28, 2012

Rietvlei furore set to end up in court

A legal battle is looming between Tshwane Metro Council and the Friends of Rietvlei over the construction of a high-performance training centre on a portion of the Rietvlei Dam Nature Reserve.

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Cape Town calls for public participation on cycle lane plans

The City of Cape Town is to drop letters at homes in Woodstock and Salt River notifying residents about the planned building of dedicated nonmotorised transport (NMT) lanes for pedestrians and bicycles in Albert Road.

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Distressed property sales still high

Distressed property sales have declined significantly since the peak in 2009, but are still too high, according to property analysts and estate agents.

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'Lets's talk about Thswane's new vision for inner city'

There is an urgent need for discussions between the Tshwane Metro Council, commuters, taxi operators and informal traders.

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Electricity price increase for Cape

Cape Town residents can expect to pay, on average, 11 percent more for domestic electricity from July, the city said on Wednesday.

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