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There is no user manual for all aspects of homeownership, from moving, to taking occupation and to maintaining and understanding common and uncommon defects. Albert van Wyk has more than 38 years’ worth of building experience and has put all he has learned into a

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There is no user manual for all aspects of homeownership, from moving, to taking occupation and to maintaining and understanding common and uncommon defects. Albert van Wyk has more than 38 years’ worth of building experience and has put all he has learned into a

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Bitcoin is a worldwide cryptocurrency and digital payment system. It is the first decentralised digital currency, since the system works without a central repository or single administrator. It was invented by an unknown programmer/group of programmers, under the name “Satoshi Nakamoto”, and released as open-source software in 2009. The system is peer-to-peer, and transactions take place

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Q Hi, I got a joint bond with my nephew back in 2008. I am the one repaying the bond debt, but he helped me secure the bond because I could not afford it back then. Now I have noticed that he made loans at the

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Consumers today are exposed to more information in a day than the caveman was his entire lifetime. And more is known about your wants, needs, online activities and spending habits than you may even care to think about. The fact is, you leave a data trail

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So you want to go house hunting this weekend? Not sure how much you can afford to buy for? A quick Google search will land you on any one of the many online bond affordability calculators on the banks’, portals and bond originators’ websites. So you

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Homeowners must brace themselves for an up to 53% increase in electricity costs as Eskom begins to claw back three-year increases that have been put on hold due to a protracted legal process. Last week Tuesday (23 August 2017), the Constitutional Court upheld an earlier Supreme Court of

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Q Hi, we are currently paying a monthly levy of R1,263 to the body corporate and a monthly fee of R1,200 to the homeowners association (HOA). What amount of CSOS levy should we be paying per month? - Indira A Hi Indira, the CSOS levies would be R14 on

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