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Cape’s Storm

Cape Town’s storm, reported as the “worst storm in living memory”, tore through Plumstead Cemetery on Wednesday night, uprooting trees and pushing over tombstones. In other incidents an uprooted tree landed on a block of flats in Plumstead and the wind brought down electricity cables in Athlone. No one was...

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Foreign Home Owners

In 2004, only 2189 residential properties were owned privately by foreign individuals; a number that has by this year risen to 30661 – which represents about 0,56% of all residential properties (or 35,000 foreign owners who own 30,661 properties in South Africa) – under half of which are inland freehold...

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Seven ‘New’ Natural Wonders of The World

Table Mountain has been nominated as one of the seven natural wonders of the world.There are over 30 other nominees and to stay in the race Table Mountain needs to be in at least 11th position by 7 July 2009 and the only way we can get there is if...

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Cruising Khayelitsha

The biggest and youngest (est. 1984) township on the Cape Flats – Khayelitsha translates to ‘new home’ – is bustling with entrepreneurial activity. Bed & Breakfast – Vicky’s B&B is popular among tourists and offers an authentic experience

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