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No one can argue that electrical geysers are serial offenders when you eyeball your electricity consumption at the end of every month. And these units have a relatively short life span offset, some might say, by their low cost and relatively easy replacement (even if installed

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KwaZulu-Natal’s North Coast has been home to more than R2,2bn in residential sales year-on-year. Insight into this growth and a real vision for the area has resulted in the largest private landowners within KwaZulu-Natal masterminding a R76bn masterplan for the North Coast, which is already

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Cape Town’s traditionally exuberant rental market has, by all accounts, had a tough 2018. Rental growth figures have been stagnating and even decreasing in some cases, and landlords across the board have had to up their game to attract and retain good tenants. According to John

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Much like how that one scuffed dining room chair will lower the value of the whole set, one unkept property will drag down the prices of all the surrounding homes. Regional director and CEO of RE/MAX of Southern Africa, Adrian Goslett, warns that as thorough

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No sooner had the Community Schemes Ombud Service (CSOS) Chief Ombudsman and chief financial officer left their offices in Johannesburg under “precautionary suspension” than the acting Chief Ombudsman, Ndivhuwo Rabuli, perceived the need for a roadshow “to rebuild trust and credibility of the CSOS Service

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The Pretoria deeds office’s year-end function takes place on 30 November, 2018, which means the deeds office will be closed on this day and will affect registrations and occupation dates. This is according to conveyancing attorneys, MC van der Berg Inc, which explains that this will

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The South African Reserve Bank’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) made good on predictions of a 25 basis point increase to the Repo rate, which takes the prime lending rate to 10.25%. “Clearly there are still inflation risks which may incline the MPC towards continuing on a

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Nothing beats a cheese platter at a braai or a party. All the choices, flavours and textures. There are so many different things you can put on a cheese platter: you can keep it simple or you can go all out! Remember, however, to keep

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