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Friday Sep 28, 2012

Backers willing to invest R1bn in Cape Town Grand Prix

The bid team looking to bring a Grand Prix to Cape Town's streets say they have the backers willing to invest the R1 billion needed to host the event, but cannot move ahead unless they get the national government's official seal of approval.

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Investigators find more cracks at builders' council

The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) is investigating further cases of malpractice, irregularities, nepotism and corruption at the National Home Builders Registration Council (NHBRC).

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3 000 RDP housing owners to get title deeds, says De Lille

In a move to confirm ownership to recipients of the city's subsidised (RDP) housing, mayor Patricia de Lille has asked the Human Settlements Department to fast-track the transfer of 3 000 outstanding title deeds to beneficiaries.

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30 ways Cape Metrorail service is 'better'

A drop in the number of trains cancelled, beefed-up security, 24-hour maintenance and a more punctual service are among 30 improvements Metrorail says it has achieved.

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Thursday Sep 27, 2012

Golden Mile dunes 'reshape' to cost R400 000

Two years after revamping the beachfront the eThekwini Municipality is spending another R400 000 to "reshape" parts of the Golden Mile, mainly to lower the height of newly established sand dunes.

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Sea Point promenade now open for cyclists and skaters

Cape Town has lifted the ban on skateboarding, cycling and rollerblading on the Sea Point promenade as a trial for a month, a move which has been welcomed by cyclists and skaters.

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Princess Vlei forum questions rezoning validity

Cape Town residents have questioned the legality of environment and planning MEC Anton Bredell's decision to extend the validity of a rezoning decision to make way for a shopping mall and taxi rank at Princess Vlei.

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Thswane mayor must shed light on billing mess

The Tshwane Metro Council's billing system has again come under the spotlight with residents complaining about cut-offs even when not in arrears.

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Government to cough up an additional R30m after land purchase blunder

The government will have to cough up an extra R30 million for land bought by the Department of Rural Development and Land Reform because it failed to pay for the land on time, racking up a bill of R85 000 a day in interest.

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Cape Town stations to be revamped

Major upgrades are on the cards for more than 20 of Cape Town's busiest train stations.

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