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Thursday Aug 31, 2017

Durban considers blocking sale of indebted properties

The eThekwini municipality is mooting interdicting the sale of properties in cases where there is debt owing now that historical municipal debt can no longer be passed on to the new property owner.

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Blair Atholl estate wins appeal against Tshwane water tariff

The City of Tshwane must charge the homeowners association of the upmarket Blair Atholl golfing estate a special tariff for water supply as opposed to what it had been billing it for more than 10 years.

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Western Cape property prices holding up

The Western Cape housing market was "strong" by recent national standards, but there were limits to how long this market strength could continue, according to FNB.

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Agents applaud court debt decision

Yesterday's Constitutional Court ruling that prospective property buyers were not liable for "historic" municipal debt for rates and services, was a victory for estate agents and property developers.

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Tshwane mayoral mansion to be sold at a loss

Thswane's DA-led multi-party administration was this morning scheduled to table a report on the proposed sale of the mayoral mansion for consideration during the monthly council sitting.

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Wednesday Aug 30, 2017

Court victory over historical municipal debt

Property owners who have been forced to pay thousands of rand in historic debt on their newly acquired properties may soon be able to lodge claims to recoup their money.

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Ratanga Junction to make way for property development

Cape Town' s Ratanga Junction will officially close its doors in eight months.

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Tuesday Aug 29, 2017

More reports of goat and sheep in Durban suburbs

The arrival of livestock at an upmarket Westville home has got the goat of neighbours, who have raised concerns about the possible health implications of keeping farm animals in a built-up suburb.

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Monday Aug 28, 2017

Lack of pet-friendly properties in Cape Town

The demand for pet-friendly sectional title properties is increasing in Cape Town, but the chances are high that buyers are either going to have to give up their pets, or struggle to find a home.

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Morningside family agrees to remove 100 sheep and goats

The sheep and goats being housed on a multi-million-rand property in Morningside will be moved out of the area by today.

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