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Enigma Private Estate, in KwaZulu-Natal’s Umhlanga area, has officially broken ground. “We are delighted to see this incredible project get underway,” said Stefan Botha, director of Rainmaker Marketing. “The civils infrastructure is expected to be complete by the end of November and the first transfers are

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Like most of you, I also receive a lot of negative sentiments about South Africa in my inbox and on Whatsapp, as well as in the media. Perhaps we shouldn't listen to the whiners and instead, rather listen to the winners. Two of the best-known, wealthiest people

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When granting a home loan, the bank may require that a purchaser takes out life cover as security for the outstanding amount. The cession of a life insurance policy means to legally transfer a portion of the cover amount (the amount for which the bond

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Property prices have appreciated by 165% over the past decade at The Victoria and Alfred Marina, according to Lightstone statistics, and the median price of apartments sold in the Marina have soared from R9,75m last year to a massive R15,9m thus far this year, based

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Cape Town’s City Bowl has seen sustained foreign and local investment over the past decade. Despite a slowing property market in other parts of Cape Town, market fundamentals remain good and City Bowl prices have managed to remain resilient. “Cape Town has long been an attractive

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Sectional title homes priced between R750,000 and R1,5m are attracting buyers from all walks of life in Douglasdale. Well positioned between Fourways and Byranston, this suburb in Sandton is conveniently located close to major highways, main roads, a number of good public and private schools, shopping

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Imagine coming home to a white envelope slipped under your door with the signature of your managing agent and your name just below it. Inside is bold, red typeface notifying you of a R500 fine for exceeding the 35km/h speed limit within the estate. Following

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