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Monday Dec 04, 2017

Illegal estate wall collapses onto neighbouring property

After his neighbour's wall collapsed onto his home a week ago, Ravindra Bikramchund said Kindlewood Estate management in Mount Edgecombe had ignored his complaints about the wall going up more than six months ago.

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Cape Town property owners targeted for 'drought charge'

Cape Town households will soon be paying between R45 and R60 extra every month as part of a drought levy, if mayor Patricia de Lille has her way in council tomorrow.

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Pretoria conveyancers puzzled by urgency of demarcation meeting

Emotions are running high ahead of a stakeholders engagement meeting today between Pretoria and Johannesburg conveyancers and the Department of Rural Development and Land Reform about proposed changes to the demarcation of boundaries for the deeds offices in the two cities.

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Durban beach facelift scheduled for next year

Construction on the extension of Durban's beachfront promenade will start next month as soon as the festive season is over.

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Gentrification divides Bo-Kaap residents

Bo-Kaap residents are concerned about the planned demolition of a building they say has heritage significance for them to make way for an apartment block.

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What junk status means for property owners

In simple terms, credit will start to cost more. This is because junk status means the government will need to pay more to borrow money, and this will ultimately have a knock-on effect on the consumer.

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