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This is how the Western Cape makes it easier to do business

It is difficult to argue against the success we’ve had in the Western Cape: more than 500,000 new jobs, R100bn in foreign direct investment, R6bn in tourism income, and the naming...

Level 3 water restrictions adjusted

Locals will now be allowed to irrigate their gardens using potable water and water-efficient methods as the city has implemented minor adjustments to the terms of Level 3 water restrictions. The City...

New car licence fee increases announced

South African motorists can expect to pay much more in national licensing transaction fees in 2019. This was confirmed by a government gazette published on Friday (8 March) in which minister of Transport, Blade...

FlySafair passengers can now receive their boarding passes via WhatsApp

In a continued effort to invest in the creation of exceptional customer experience, FlySafair, the most punctual airline in the world, has announced that its passengers will now have the option...

New Cape building modelled after Rubik’s Cube

A new edition of modern architecture will grace Cape Town’s CBD in 2021. This unique structure will be built to resemble a Rubik’s Cube and will be fittingly named “The Rubik”....

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Modernised building utilities save money and resources

Water resources are under significant pressure, pushed to the brink by the modernising world, rapid urbanisation, and population growth. Utility management philosophies had not...

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