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Nail varnish, like the Fietas aunties wore, and the pretty dresses in the shop windows of the People's Bazaar caught Salma Patel's eye when she was girl growing up in the suburb that started life as Joburg's "Malay camp" in 1893.[Read More]
Huge transport shake-up for Durban
Durban's public transport system is set for a major overhaul as the city gears up to implement a multi-billion-rand integrated system.[Read More]
'Good fences make good neighbours'
From time to time bordering walls and fences will need to be replaced and/or sometimes a buyer moves into his new home and wishes to change the fence or wall.
The right approach from day one would make for better neighbour relations, said Lanice Steward, managing director of Anne Porter Knight Frank.[Read More]
Posted at 07:30AM Aug 14, 2012 by Editor in Residential |
More foreign property buyers now from Africa
A recent FNB Property Barometer Survey of Estate Agents from John Loos reports a sign of improved confidence in the African economy, which in turn could be driving an increase in foreign buyers once again coming to the South African market, said Lanice Steward, managing director of Anne Porter Knight Frank.[Read More]