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History of Foresters Arms

Always on the lookout for items of interest, we were delighted to discover the interesting article on Foresters Arms which is so much more than just about the pub. It really is an excellent article on the area as well.  If you have some historical photographs of the area we think that would be great

Cape Town Marathon

Events: 5 km Peace Run 12 km Peace Trail Run 22 km Peace Trail Run 10 km Peace run / walk 42.2 km Marathon Marathon information and facts: The Sanlam Cape Town Marathon takes place on Sunday, 15th September, 2019 ●      Race starts at 06h40 ●      Start: Beach Road, corner of Granger Bay and Beach

Time for Breakfast!

According to Sally Gracie, MD of the Cape Town South’s Chas Everitt real estate franchise one of the glorious things about Spring is breakfasts!  “Getting up a little earlier and taking some ‘me time’ with a friend or even alone, and enjoying a yummy breakfast at one of the many glorious restaurants in our area

Chas Everitt Cape Town South – An Irish Connection

Chas Everitt Cape Town South’s representative Andre de Villiers will be attending this Dublin event and participating in various networking events. The Irish economy is booming! The appetite for second properties is now significantly higher than a few years ago and while closer destinations a few hours away are obviously the main attraction, many Irish

Hot off the press!

Atlantic Seaboard and City Bowl hardest hit by declining prices. The much anticipated FNB Property Barometer is available to read here Property barometer – CPT – Aug For your free property valuation click here  

Chas Everitt Cape Town South Rentals

Over the last few months the Chas Everitt Cape Town South franchise has invested substantially in its rental infrastructure to offer a more substantial growth orientated service offering.  If you are looking for a great rental service we have it! Our rentals team are managed by by Taryn Retief who has many years experience in

Women’s Day in South Africa

Women’s Day in South Africa is a different date to the rest of the world.  Women’s Day in South Africa marks the anniversary of the great women’s march of 1956, where women marched to the Union Buildings to protest against the carrying of pass books. On 9 August 1956, about 20 000 women marched to