Property owners fight Bo-Kaap liquor licence
Bo-Kaap residents are seeking court action to prevent liquor sales next to a mosque in their area.[Read More]
Illegal properties turning Bez Valley, Bertrams into shanty towns
The unabated illegal construction of additional rental rooms on to properties in the Bez Valley, Bertrams and Kensington areas is turning these suburbs into shanty towns.[Read More]
Mobile shops snared by Cape red tape
While Cape Town may be at the forefront of many global trends, informal traders operating from caravans and trucks are running into red tape when it comes to setting up in the city.[Read More]
Aspirant property buyers 'should revise/downgrade their ambitions'
Rawson Property Group advises that aspirant home buyers should revise/downgrade their ambitions regarding the home they would like to buy, rather than always remaining tenants.[Read More]
Cape Town to clamp down on night-clubs over bylaw transgressions
Police say they will clamp down on clubs in the city centre to ensure the businesses are complying with bylaws - and if not, the establishments could face closure.[Read More]
Property transfers: who gets the interest?
Buying a property is an involved and often daunting process, even if you're an experienced buyer. Probably the last thing on your mind is the interest your money earns while it is held in trust until the transfer is finalised.[Read More]
Posted at 06:33AM Oct 05, 2012 by Editor in Market |
Future of Cape Town's 'bread basket' in the balance
The future of the highly productive agricultural land on the Cape Flats known as the Philippi Horticultural Area (PHA) will be clearer next month.[Read More]
Posted at 06:32AM Oct 05, 2012 by Editor in Agricultural |