Hi, please advise me, I feel that I need to change my Will. I have two sons, their father and I have been divorced for many years, we do not have any grand children at this stage. I unfortunately have no contact with my eldest
Christmas lunch in my family is a big event, not necessarily a grand event, but big. Very big. Think family from near and far, dogs, cats and lots of noise!
I wouldn’t by any means, call it a culinary masterpiece, but every single dish that reminds
I say this every year, but I’m always amazed at how time flies. Just a few months ago we were starting off 2016. With the year flying past so fast it is hard to catch our breathas and really just think about what we have
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As a child one much anticipated camping holiday turned sour when my parents received a call from their alarm company to let them know our home has been broken into. The trip back home was sullen to say the least, with grumpy kids and upset
There are things buyers should not be doing when applying for a bond; things that could impair their chances of obtaining the finance they require. This is according to Adrian Goslett, regional director and CEO of RE/MAX of Southern Africa, who says buyers should avoid
There has been a shift in demand for rental apartments in Sandton’s CBD due rampant development and oversupply, and this is being echoed in other northern suburbs that have traditionally been affordable and family oriented, and are now faced with a free-standing home market that
Negotiation touches every part of our lives. Relationships in business and in our personal lives are negotiated. And the skills to do it effectively can often mean the difference between getting what you want or losing out. You don’t get what you deserve, you get
Sellers of entry-level properties across the Atlantic Seaboard and City Bowl are cashing in on strong demand with prices doubling in less than five years.
Billy Rautenbach, Seeffs sales director for the areas, said that in 2012 some 35% of all sales were below R1m and
Plettenberg Bay’s Castle on the Cliff, near the Robberg Nature Reserve, is a rural villa crafted castle-style from local stone and perched above the ocean on a 66ha estate.
On the market for R75m it boasts a large sea-filtered rock pool, a private lake, and a