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New development provides more than 3 000 homes

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Conradie Hospital has been abandoned for 16 years. Now, a plan is finally underway to transform the hospital’s 22-hectare site into an integrated, sustainable, affordable, and mixed-use property development. The construction of the development will take 5 to 7 years.

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Automated parking to roll out in 2019

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An innovative, efficient and safe solution to the lack of parking in Cape Town’s CBD will soon be arriving, meaning driving in endless circles to find a spot may become a thing of the past. The self-operating AutoDock parking facility is scheduled to launch at the start of 2019. AutoDock is a fully automated parking service capable of allowing 16 cars to fit in a space of just two.

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SA tax laws threaten international film revenue

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The recent changes made to South Africa’s tax incentive scheme, along with other proposed regulations, may cause the country’s film industry to become stunted. This comes after the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) raised concerns about these regulatory changes. International publication Variety states the new guidelines stipulate that productions failing to meet specific benchmarks for supporting black-owned businesses may not receive cash rebates.

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New programme will allow South Africans to complete a BCom in 2 years

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The Pearson Institute of Higher Education (PIHE) has announced the launch of its newly structured, fast-tracked Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) and Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Programmes for 2019. The fast-tracked courses mean that it is possible to complete a degree in two years –  the first programme of its kind in higher education in South Africa, said Pearson.

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Ramaphosa’s game-changing moment?

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South Africa’s own economic revolution may be in motion. To some observers, South Africa’s recent investment summit led by president Cyril Ramaphosa seemed like much ado about nothing. Several of the projects announced had been incorporated into companies’ plans for some time and with the summit having had a showbiz style about it, it’s tempting to see the event as little more than smoke and mirrors.

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Petrol price decreases further

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Motorists may breathe a sigh of relief as the expected petrol price for November is predicted t0 drop by 16 cents instead of the previously predicted three-cent drop, but diesel and paraffin prices may increase.

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