Gert Bezuidenhout, verbonde aan Keller Williams op Stellenbosch, meen die nuwe digitale werkswyse wat weens die pandemie nou alledaags geword het, kan ook suksesvol in die eiendomsbedryf toegepas word.Read More
Questions have been raised by the Lovell Homeowners Association (LOHA) about the development on 84 Lovell Street by Francois Dercksen. LOHA has complained that he did not respect the spatial restrictions by building five units instead of three on the property, and that their appeal was dismissed by Gesie van Deventer, Stellenbosch’s Executive Mayor.Read More
Following the supplementary budget tabled by finance minister Tito Mboweni last week, there are indications that interest rates will be lowered again next month or in September, to stimulate household and business spending and boost economic activity. Experts in the property market explain what that means for their sector.Read More
Die verkoopsmark het verlangsaam en selfs voor die inperking het kliënte, veral buitelanders, afsprake gekanselleer.
Dis die mening van Mari Carstens van Anna Basson eiendomme oor die stand van die eiendomsmark op Stellenbosch nou in die inperkingstyd.
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- Maverick Citizen: Tuesday editorial: Why is President Ramaphosa delaying the implementation of the Party Political Funding Act?Civil society organisations are getting restless as an unholy alliance of the ANC, DA and EFF stonewalls the implementation of the Party Political Funding Act, keeping the electorate in the dark about their funders and the door wide open for future corruption of the political process. Read more »Source: Daily Maverick | Published: 2020-11-24 - 9:14 AM
- Declassified UK: REVEALED: The UK military’s overseas base network involves 145 sites in 42 countriesSource: Daily Maverick | Published: 2020-11-24 - 9:09 AM
- Maverick Citizen: #16DaysOfActivism Against ALL Woman and Child AbuseSource: Daily Maverick | Published: 2020-11-24 - 8:53 AM
- Business Maverick: Ghosn’s Arrests Called ‘Extrajudicial Abuse’ by UN PanelCarlos Ghosn’s detention for almost 130 days in a Japanese jail was neither necessary nor reasonable and violated the former Nissan Motor Co. chairman’s human rights, a UN panel concluded in a harsh critique of Tokyo prosecutors who led the case against him. Read more »Source: Daily Maverick | Published: 2020-11-24 - 5:11 AM