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Free Online Valuation Offer

Valuator:  Our computer-assisted valuation is now only provided free of charge to property owners in the Southern Suburbs, Constantiaberg and False Bay areas of Cape Town. The valuation will be sent to you by email. Valuator is a service marketed by Homeimage (in association with Chas Everitt Cape Town South).  HomeImage provides real estate marketing

REGISTERING SOLAR POWER INSTALLATIONS

CAPE TOWN DUE DATE FOR REGISTERING SOLAR POWER INSTALLATIONS Owners of properties with solar power systems, and which properties are situated in the jurisdiction of the City of Cape Town Municipality, must register their installation with the City by 31 May. The initial deadline was set for the end of February 2019, but the City

The Winter Garden in Cape Town

There’s always work to be done in the garden to keep green fingers busy – even in winter. Our June gardening guide is packed with tips, from keeping your garden healthy to which vegetables to grow in winter. Spotlight on: Indoor projects for kids Keep your children busy these winter holidays with fun indoor-garden projects: We love this eggshell succulent garden, and so

Post Elections Activities!

The Best May Events in Cape Town 2019 as curated by The Inside Guide Food trucks, olives, cab franc and design… These are the things to look forward to in Cape Town during May 2019. The Mother of all cities is hotting up with a festive lineup of cool events! Here’s their pick of where to

From Dear Cape Town The City of Cape Town has opened their draft budget for public comment and is asking for your input on the proposed increases in rates, taxes, water, electricity and refuse removal. [click to view the increases] By calling for public comment, the CoCT has provided an excellent opportunity for you to

Noseweek article on baboons asks many questions

Klein Constantia and the two exhumed baboons Noseweek Issue #234, 1st April 2019 By Adam Welz A primate murder mystery puts one of South Africa’s best-known wine estates on the spot.  Klein Constantia on the slopes of the Constantiaberg in Cape Town, is one of South Africa’s most famously “green” wine estates. A WWF Conservation