Overpricing property 'takes you out of game'
One of the worst mistakes that many sellers make when putting their home on the market is overpricing the property, says Adrian Goslett, CEO of RE/MAX of Southern Africa.[Read More]
Warwick Triangle to lose its waterfall
You would not be blamed for taking a second look if, while driving through Warwick Triangle, you spotted a waterfall streaming from a flyover into a lush green thicket below.[Read More]
Franschoek to implement new tram service
A new attraction is on track to becoming a tourist icon in the Western Cape.
The Franschhoek Wine Tram arrived at its permanent home this week when a crane lowered it on to tracks near the Franschhoek Cellar.[Read More]
Newlands rugby bosses ponder property development options
What would become of the Newlands Rugby Stadium precinct if WP Rugby was to move to the glamorous Cape Town Stadium?[Read More]
Parkhurst simmering as pay parking is ignored
Ward councillor Tim Truluck walked up and down 4th Avenue in Parkhurst, Joburg, like Sherlock Holmes in a green golf shirt, trying to solve the area's latest mystery.[Read More]
Parking spy-tech for Cape Town
All eyes are on errant motorists in the Cape Town CBD.
Hi-tech parking monitors being installed across the central city will alert traffic police to drivers who have overstayed in their bays, and there are plans for the roadmounted sensors to raise the alarm when motorists park in loading zones and disabled bays.[Read More]
Posted at 08:06AM Mar 05, 2012 by Editor in Cities and Towns |
'Verlorenvlei drilling will go on'
Bongani Minerals, which has been granted a right to prospect for tungsten in the Verlorenvlei region north of Piketberg in the Western Cape, is determined that drilling will begin in the area despite court action being taken against it by local farmers and a community organisation.[Read More]
Posted at 07:31AM Mar 05, 2012 by Editor in Market |