Eskom attracts lively commentary, but other issues also stimulated debate.
We need to protect our cities' cosmopolitan nature, says Mzwandile Jacks.
Does hating government's arrogance, nepotism and greed make me a bigot, asks Anton Ressel.
The “slow puncture” of property prices decreasing to levels that better reflect a poorer economy has started, says FNB property economist John Loos.
The number of South African investors aiming to tap into the potentially lucrative African property market is on the rise, according to a report.
Purchasing commercial property is one of the biggest and potentially most rewarding investment decisions a business owner can make, says an expert.
An expert offers 10 steps that every homeowner could follow to get a good head start in preparing a home for sale.
The Cape metropolitan property market has exceeded that of Johannesburg both in transaction volume and value for the second year running, says Samuel Seeff.
While many well-to-do South Africans have spoken with their wallets regarding Steyn City, there are some who question the bigger picture of isolating the wealthy.
Steyn City doesn't solve socio-economic issues facing millions of people living in a fragmented society, according to an urban planning expert.
Former president Nelson Mandela will always be present in Steyn City, according to his widow Graça Machel, who was commemorating a park dedicated to him.
If you’re thinking of becoming Douw Steyn’s neighbour, then these points of interest will be worth jotting down.
More property owners let their properties themselves, but it is hard to find a great tenant among the faceless strangers on the internet, says an expert.
If investors fear putting money into a new-age city in sea of poverty, then the billions already invested in Steyn City and developing the surrounding areas should quell that concern.
Cars take a backseat in the newly-launched Steyn City near Johannesburg, where horses, bikes and joggers have the right of way in an area four times the size of Monaco.
The Cape Town rental market remains buoyant with demand having picked up immediately after the December holidays, according to Pam Golding Properties.
This dog house comes with a treadmill and hot tub, you have to see it!
The United States and China have contributed most to record mountains of electronic waste such as cellphones, hair dryers and fridges in 2014.
Exciting, as load shedding will be a thing of the past
A little too late because the damage has been done
Ok, but I won’t get rid of my generator any time soon
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