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A land claim that affects hundreds of individuals and companies in the South of Johannesburg and Ekurhuleni, lodged in 1995 by the Bakwena Ba Mare a Phogole tribe, was gazetted on November 4th 2016. The affected parties, which include entities such as The SA National Roads

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Some industry players are concerned that the Community Schemes Ombud Services (CSOS) Act could potentially negatively impact on scheme management and indirectly prejudice property owners. We spoke to Grant Smee, MD and franchisor of Only Realty, who believes that, although the CSOS brings some much-needed regulation to

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We're excited to welcome yet another expert to HomeTimes' panel of experts in all things residential property and home-living related. Spiandi Dickson is an interior decorator with years of experience and a keen eye for style. She is a part-time lecturer at Inscape Design Company

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This past week has seen heavy rains and flash floods in and around Gauteng. The east of Johannesburg, especially, has been hit hard, with damage to cars and homes, and tragically lifes lost. Standard Insurance Limited reports that it has registered nearly 600 claims lodged

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The landlord-tenant game is an entirely different animal in South Africa’s popular coastal towns. Landlords and investors realise the potential for significant rental income over the busy holiday periods, while acknowledging that good long-term tenancy, and the stable income, arguably holds more benefits for an

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[caption id="attachment_8939" align="alignright" width="300"] Beautiful fabric custom designed and printed by LCD PrintWorx.[/caption] How many times has this happened to you: You have found the perfect bedding set, table cloth, t-shirt in a retail store, but wish you could change that one little thing.  It is

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Cape Town’s surging property values, spurred by the growing demand from the semigration trend the metro is experiencing has resulted in a stock shortage for affordable entry-level suburbs in Cape Town’s Southern Suburbs. This is according to Lew Geffen, chairman of Lew Geffen Sotheby’s International

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