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Karoshi - or death by overwork - as identified by the Japanese needs to be guarded against at all costs. Long hours, no vacation time, no exercise, sleeplessness, poor eating habits, fewer medical visits, increased anxiety, stress and tension lead to
When the City of Cape Town announced on 18 October that Level 3 water restrictions would be implemented from 1 November, 2016, it was intended to be a warning to all households in the Cape that a dry summer lay ahead and that serious consideration needed to
National average rental inflation is a lowly 2.89% according to the latest TPN Market Strength Index. This means that as a landlord, if you on average were charging a tenant R10,000 per month, your rental escalation would be R289 – hardly enough to cover above-inflation
Good day, just over three years ago we bought into a sectional title complex. The chairman acts like a dictator and in a complex of only 10 units, he owns three (two of which he has sold) and has always had more votes.
No one person
Despite its steady stream of office and commercial development some experts are noticing a subdued sectional title market in Sandton as a result of over-supply of new developments.
This is according to Robin von Mayer, Sandton and Morningside Sectional Title Specialist for Lew Geffen Sotheby’s International
An historic Victorian era cape villa has come on the market in Wynberg. The five-bedroom home on a 3,077m² stand is being marketed by RE/MAX Elite.
According to Charles Haigh, Broker/Owner of RE/MAX Elite, the Victorian era from 1837 to 1901 produced some beautiful homes of
The least expensive homes in the Atlantic Seaboard suburb of Llandudno are currently in the R10m region – and houses at these prices will require considerable renovation.
This is according to Clare Putsman, a co-director and co-founder of Cape Waterfront Estates.
“Average prices are now R15m to
What you are about to witness is real. Gauteng Home Inspections visited two newly built homes in the same complex just outside of Pretoria and documented incidences of oversight, shoddy workmanship and complete disregard for building standards and architecturally drawn plans.
According to Marissia Robus of Gauteng Home Inspections the
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
Retirees and those soon to retire can be the first to learn about retirement accommodation opportunities in KwaZulu-Natal before they are released to the public.
This is thanks to an initiative by Tongaat Hulett Development called Retire KZN which will be sharing retirement opportunities with the