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Monday Sep 24, 2012

R23m haunt for mystery Russian businessman

Cape Town landmark and architectural folly, Lichtenstein Castle, has been bought for R23 million by a "high profile" Russian businessman who appears to have registered it in his wife's name.

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Deafsa building will make way for an inn

The landmark Deaf Federation of South Africa (Deafsa) building on the corner of Hemlock and Thicket roads in Newlands, has been demolished to make way for a 122-room hotel.

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Traffic congestion turns Pretoria properties into offices

Although commercial building east of Pretoria continues, resistance to traffic congestion, long commutes and high office rentals is driving a preference for repurposed properties in the city's residential heartland.

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Green homes on show, saving energy and money

Eskom and Century Property Developments have entered into a partnership arrangement that will see both sharing the energy-efficiency and greening platform at the Century Home Show at Waterfall Country Estate.

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Call to free up state land for new homes

Concerned South Africans recognise that the country faces a very serious housing backlog - the shortage is estimated at one to four million and various suggestions have been put forward on reducing this backlog.

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