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Who doesn’t like being right and feeling like you know everything? But here’s the interesting news – you probably do some of the things you do regularly, wrong. The good news is that you are never too old to learn, and changing the way you

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In a property market where buyers are spoiled for choice one mistake they simply cannot afford to make is to allow the overwhelming amount of stock to put them off the task of sifting through the mountain of listings available and delay them in putting

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Q Quick question: Fumigation service was provided to 4 units in our sectional title complex. Because no other units benefited, and it was paid for out of the general maintenance budget, we are all in effect paying for this service. Can owners of the specific units

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There’s a reason why not everyone is a successful entrepreneur. It’s because making dreams and visions into a reality is hard work, and to be blunt, just not something everyone can do. The conceptualisation phase is the easy part; it’s turning that into something that can

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In June, house prices grew by 4.1% year-on-year, up from May’s 3.9% and February’s 2.9%. But when adjusting for consumer price index (CPI) inflation of 4.4% in May, house prices remained in negative territory at -0.5% year-on-year. This is according to FNB’s household and property sector

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