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Drivers to be fined on Ou Kaapse Weg heavy vehicle lane

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From Monday (today), drivers who ignore the compulsory heavy vehicles only lane on Ou Kaapse Weg will be subject to prosecution. The City of Cape Town has recently completed the installation of a high-tech automated camera system that will capture the transgressions of drivers who violate this.

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Golden Arrow offers R50K reward after bus robberies

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Cape Town police are appealing to members of the public to come forward with any information regarding the identities of the suspects responsible for a spate of passenger robberies on Golden Arrow busses. Golden Arrow itself is offering a R50 000 reward to whoever can provide information that leads to the successful arrest of the guilty party.

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Netflix SA prices could increase in 2019

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Popular streaming service Netflix is an affordable and convenient way to binge-watch a wide selection of TV shows and movies. However, the monthly price of a Netflix account may soon increase for South African after the Electronic Service Regulations Bill was tabled in Parliament this week.

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Grand Parade to receive R5.5-million upgrade

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Cape Town’s residents are all familiar with the Grand Parade – a wide open space that lies right by City Hall, the Cape Town Library and the Golden Arrow bus terminus. We’ve all had to walk across it at some point and been disappointed to find that its grandeur has faded.

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Half of SA retires with too little to survive

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Retirement in South Africa seems to be growing increasingly filled with struggles. A recent report commissioned by Alexander Forbes is an analysis of the largest groupings of data complied from all retirement fund surveys in SA, and some of the facts it reveals are shocking.

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“Day Zero” still impacting Cape Town tourism

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Many tourists are under the impression that the crippling drought in the Mother City is still ongoing despite the dams now being an average of 73% full. In countries such as the United Kingdom and Australia, companies have not yet updated their travel advisories to reflect that the water crisis has passed, which is hurting Cape Town’s tourism and hotel industries.

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New CBDs blossom in the Mother City

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Business is booming in Cape Town and not just in the CBD. New areas of development and opportunity are emerging in the blossoming economic nodes of Claremont, Tyger Valley, Waterfront and Century City. Mixed-use developments are creating investment and employment opportunities that never existed before.

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