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Tag: rates

Cape Town ratepayers now paying more in municipal rates since start of July

Capetonians are having to further tighten their belts as new tariff increases from the City of Cape Town have taken effect from the 1st of July. The 2022/23 budget adopted by the...

Several businesses in Sea Point have begun withholding 50% of their rates payments in...

The affluent suburb of Sea Point in Cape Town has become a virtual 'war zone' according to one of the members of local organisation Concerned Residents of Atlantic Seaboard. Resident and business...

SA Reserve Bank keeps interest rates unchanged

The South African Reserve Bank (Sarb) governor Lesetja Kganyago has announced the latest decision on interest rates for the country. The decision follows the three-day meeting of the Sarb's Monetary Policy Committee...

Moody’s leaves South Africa hanging – here’s what to expect next

Ratings agency Moody’s has left the South African public hanging, with the group not publishing any ratings review, research report or note on the country’s credit status. Moody’s was expected to deliver...

Cape Town property owners could soon be paying higher rates and taxes

The City of Cape Town has opened its 2018 General Valuation Roll for public inspection. This roll will update the current municipal property values and will form the basis for calculating the new...

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