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Analyse your existing customer or client base regularly. Find out who they are, their age groups, gender, where they live, where they work, what their occupations are, their family structures, what they buy from you; are they cash, credit card or
Simon’s Town’s 14,800m² mixed-use Harbour Bay development is expected to break ground in January next year, which will feature 44 luxury two- and three-bedroom apartments, as well as lavish Penthouse suites.
“The two-bedroom units range in size from 94m² to 124m² and the three bedroom units from 141m²
If you are looking for something different as a gift this festive season, why not get your hands on quirky cabinet handles?
They are versatile and fit perfectly into any room in the home. Their adorable, imaginative designs will add some fun to a child’s room,
The regulations in terms of the Sectional Titles Schemes Management Act (STSMA), 2011 (Act No. 8 of 2011) and the Community Schemes Ombud Service (CSOS) Act, 2011 (Act No. 9 of 2011) are effective from today (7 October, 2016).
Published in the Government Gazette today, the
A new proposed private hospital in the Free State town of Parys may be just the catalyst the town needs to retain its aged population as well as attract new developers and home buyers.
“There is a proposed private hospital in the pipeline which we believe
The five-year Strategic Plan adopted by the Department of Human Settlements in 2014 underpinned by the mandate outlined in the Government’s National Development Plan (NDP) highlights the following key aspects with regards to the delivery of housing in South Africa:
The need to fast track
Many of us have the mistaken belief that changing our eating habits to be healthier goes hand in hand with drab food. There is absolutely no reason why healthy food should not be interesting and flavorful.
Herbs and spices have almost no calories, yet it adds
Tshwane CBD property management company, City Property, has halted its Central Improvement District (CID) levy payment to the Kerk Street and Esselen Street CIDs.
The decision was taken due to the ongoing questions around whether or not the appropriate legal requirements have been met by both
Property owners and investors on the Atlantic Seaboard, City Bowl and V&A Waterfront areas can expect rental income of between R5,000 to R35,000 per day over the coming holiday season.
This is according to Ruth Munitz, manager of SeeffSHORTSTAY, who says two- to three-bedroom homes with
First-time buyers ask the question of whether it’s better to rent or buy property more than just about any other question.
There are proponents for and against each scenario and will tell potential first-time buyers anything from, “It’s better to buy as you will then not