We will all be peacefully gathering along Spaanschemat River Road from Constantia Village Mall. Saturday 14th July 10-12 Noon Our aim is to show the authorities who sit on the Baboon Technical Team (being the City of Cape Town, Cape Nature and Sanparks) that we, the residents of Cape Town do NOT want our baboons killed. Beauty Without
What an unbelievable month for the Cape Town dams. Four weeks ago, the facilities were at less than 20% full. But now, they’re pushing the 40% mark. More news on dam levels here “The dams feeding the City of Cape Town are now better off at 37.8%.” “The Voëlvlei dam (currently 31.4% full this week),
IN AND AROUND THE CAPE PENINSULA THE CITY’S MOST EXPENSIVE MARKETS CONTINUED TO SHOW THE CLEAREST SIGNS OF SLOWING PRICE GROWTH IN THE 1ST QUARTER. Atlantic Seaboard, has seen its price growth slow the fastest off the highest base, while in certain more affordable sub-regions of the City there has still been some growth acceleration. In
South Africa’s new plug and socket standard, SANS 164-2 or ZA Plug, has become mandatory for new installations, the SABS confirmed to MyBroadband. This means that any new buildings erected must incorporate electrical sockets that conform to the new standard. An amendment to the wiring code introduced in 2016 stated that the ZA Plug would become
Bramble is an online platform aimed at connecting students wanting to sell or buy textbooks, as well as physical and electronic notes. This not only allows students to earn an extra income, but it also makes the learning process a whole lot easier. As students ourselves, we understand the real life of a student and
To apply for special exemption from the water restrictions on conditions laid out in the water restrictions guidelines, please follow the process below: * Exceptions are only made in special circumstances. * Individual applications are evaluated on the merits of the case and require supporting documentation. * Exemptions are applicable to businesses where water use is a
Chas Everitt Cape Town South is the first company in South Africa to highlight waterwise properties. “This step recognises the substantial investment that many sellers have made in their properties with regard to water efficiency as well as independent water sourcing and storage solutions. These efforts and investments can cost hundreds of thousands of Rands
We would like to share why, in this cold weather, we believe there is a very hot opportunity to put your property on the market right now! Price is largely determined by supply and demand, and right now we have a substantial number of good buyers and there is not a lot to show them.