According to police and media reports smash-and-grab incidents are on the rise with the attackers becoming increasingly brazen. A recent incident at an intersection in Paulshof, Johannesburg, also shows that these incidents are moving from the city into the suburbs.
ADT general manager for the inland
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I’m not quite sure whether it is the sight of this dish or its aroma that is more alluring, but my mother’s spaghetti bolognaise ranks among the best in the world - second only to one prepared for me in a restaurant in Nice in
FNB Home Loans household and property sector analyst John Loos reports that on a more volatile quarter-on-quarter basis, GDP growth returned to positive territory to steer us marginally clear of recession. But the broad year-on-year slowing growth trend is still intact, and wage bill growth
FNB Home Loans household and property sector strategist John Loos reports that the September South African Reserve Bank Leading Indicator continued to pick up downward year-on-year speed, declining year-on-year for the 24th consecutive month, and pointing to likely near term economic and residential mortgage growth
More than 500 luxury South African properties are now being showcased to hundreds of millions of Apple users in the US, UK and Australia after the company secured an exclusive Real Estate Advertiser Deal with the newly launched Apple News.
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Stock shortages, bigger demand due to new developments and fewer days on the market before a property sells are all part of Seeff’s predictions for the property industry in the greater Pretoria area for 2016.
“A lot of new commercial development is taking place in Pretoria
Absa Home Loans property analyst Jacques du Toit reports steady single-digit growth in building activity related to new private sector-financed housing in South Africa was recorded in the first three quarters of 2015 compared with the corresponding period in 2014. This is based on data published
New secure developments are often launched with much fanfare and excitement. But one of the best indicators of the success of economic policy in South Africa would be a decline in demand for such “enclaves”. This is according to John Loos, FNB Home Loans household
Moving into a fixer-upper that needs work tends to come with a cost. And bathrooms and kitchens are at the top of that list. If you go with standard renovation companies and contractors, you will leave with quotes of about R150,000 to R500,000, depending on