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Western Cape housing project showcases role of PPPs in social housing

The recent launch of the Belhar Social Housing Project in the Western Cape showcases the role that Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) can play in facilitating the provision of social housing, which provides housing solutions for low to middle-income families in more central areas. ... Full story

Mixed-use development set to change the scene in Cape Town

Richmond Park, a new multi-billion rand mixed-use development launched yesterday, is set to become a prominent landmark in Western Cape on a prime greenfields site in Milnerton adjacent to the N7 highway.

Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront expansion pays off

Public Investment Corporation (PIC) and Growthpoint Properties are reaping the rewards of expanding and refurbishing Cape Town’s Victoria & Alfred (V&A) Waterfront, as the precinct has become the most visited landmark in South Africa, attracting 23 million visitors a year.

SA Property Sector probes Western Cape development process delays

Preliminary numbers in the draft report entitled The Role and Impact of the Commercial Property Sector – Western Cape Province show the private property sector contributes significantly to the Western Cape economy.

Rising Cape Town CBD eateries meets demand of expanding labour force

According to statistics, around 350 000 people pass through the Central City of Cape Town daily, and the numbers are growing.

Cape Town's city skyline to feature stunning additions

Development planned for the Cape Town city centre, some of which is already under way, will profoundly change the look of the CBD and surrounding areas in the next few years.

Cape Town CBD entrepreneurs tap into global ‘co-working’ trend

Cape Town’s CBD is seeing a rise in coworking, a trend that describes consultants, freelancers and entrepreneurs sharing office space.

Cape Town releases land to stimulate economic development

The City of Cape Town is placing a number of its properties on the market to stimulate economic development, deputy mayor Ian Neilson said on Monday.

CCID and the Cape Town Partnership wins Downtown Merit Award

Cape Town Partnership and CCID named recipient of a 2012 Downtown Merit Award by the International Downtown Association for Leadership and Management of Cape Town CBD, Western Cape.

Cross-section of Cape Town’s CBD economy

The Central City Improvement District of Cape Town (CCID) launched the first edition of the State of Central City Report that reviews the current economic and social state of Cape Town’s central business district (CBD).

Nedbank funds and buys stake in Makro Store Cape Gate

A whole new world of shopping is in store for customers in the Northern Suburbs of Cape Town after Makro opened its doors yesterday.

Rising business district in Cape Town’s Bree Street

With the construction of Portside, Cape Town’s largest office development, and the new offices of one of South Africa’s leading corporate law firms, Bowman Gilfillan currently underway, Cape Town’s Bree Street is fast becoming a major business hub in the city.

Cape Town's Pop-up Shops the answer for budding businesses

In line with global trends, the concept of instant retail or pop-up stores have hit the streets of Cape Town, and are proving to be a key tool in the success of local businesses.

Cape Town's Pop-up Shops the answer for budding businesses

In line with global trends, the concept of instant retail or pop-up stores have hit the streets of Cape Town, and are proving to be a key tool in the success of local businesses.

Cape Town Residents and Business urged to help clamp down on illegal dumping

According to the City of Cape Town about R200 million will need to be spent annually to clean up rubbish that has been dumped illegally across the city.

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