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Monday Mar 26, 2012

Property rentals at mercy of stuttering economy

Residential rental income is slowing in some provinces because of affordability issues while limited rental stock in other provinces is pushing rentals up by almost double the inflation rate, according to the findings of the latest rental index released by PayProp.

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City architects' CTICC design a winner

Three Capetonians took top honours with their dramatic design for the new Cape Town International Convention Centre building, beating 19 design teams, comprising more than 30 local and international architects.

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Second phase of Durban beach upgrade gets underway

Instead of the usual bikini clad women, toned surfers or even just Durbanites walking their dogs on the beachfront, visitors will see cranes, bulldozers and huge mounds of sand dotting the landscape as the second phase of the beachfront upgrade gets under way.

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R20m upgrade for Sea Point promenade

The Sea Point Promenade sea wall between Three Anchor Bay and Mouille Point is set for a R20 million upgrade.

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Focus switches from free homes to affordability

The concept of RDP housing has been a revolutionary programme replicated nowhere else in the world.

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Cape Town poised to confiscate clubs' sound equipment

Several Cape Town nightclubs could lose their sound equipment if they don't tone down the volume in the next few days.

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Parkmore preserves heritage property

Charming old stone house, which was built just after World War II and was saved from demolition three years ago by the Parkmore community, has been restored and is back on the market.

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