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Takealot takes occupation on its new flagship collection facility in Cape Town

Takealot, South Africa's online retail giant, recently opened its flagship collection facility situated at Richmond Park — a brand-new multi-billion rand mixed-use development in Cape Town. ... Full story

Amazon’s R4 billion SA headquarters suffers a Major Blow

Amazon faced another major blow over the development of its new headquarters in Observatory, Cape Town.

R1.8 billion towards Foreshore ‘unfinished freeway bridge’

Cape Town's infamous unfinished Foreshore freeway bridge can be completed and opened is in the 2030/2031 City financial year at a predicted cost of R1.8 billion.

Semigration underpinning Cape Town’s property market rebound

Western Cape province could be the likely outperformer in 2022. Pundits base this expectation on the belief that the province’s ability to attract semigrant skills and purchasing power, crucial for economic growth, has recently been enhanced.

Checkers Sitari — SA’s first supermarket to run entirely on renewable energy

Checkers located at Sitari Village Mall outside Somerset West has become South Africa’s first supermarket to run entirely off renewable energy from wind and solar sources.

Landmark Cape Town hotel bites the dust

The famous iconic Protea Hotel by Marriott Cape Town Victoria Junction will no longer be opening its doors to prospective guests and travelers.

R3bn Industrial development in Cape town gains momentum

Western Cape’s King Air Industria, a 72-hectare Industrial development close proximity to Cape Town International Airport, grows apace with Infrastructure completion for the first two phases of the project.

Cape Town’s exotic lifestyle draws interest from remote workers from around the world

The Mother City is embracing an exciting new trend in international and domestic travel, driving demand for modern, lifestyle property developments in the city centre which offer an array of flexible facilities.

Meet Rob Hersov — The Billionaire tycoon that wants to build a new Airport in Cape Town

Rob Hersov, a billionaire entrepreneur who sold a business to the world’s greatest investor, Warren Buffett, wants to build the “Lanseria Airport of Cape Town” 13 kilometers northeast of Durbanville.

DoubleTree by Hilton Cape Town unveils self-isolation rooms

In a bid to curb the spread of Coronavirus (Covid-19), JSE-listed Spear Reit, the owner of the DoubleTree by Hilton Cape Town, has unveiled sanitized sanctuaries and self-quarantine accommodation.

Big Property Developments expected to ‘fire up’ Cape Town

A number of new modern commercial and luxury residential developments, including hotels, are on track to come out of Cape Town’s soil, setting existing establishments in the area aflutter with dreams of tourist gold.

Green light for R14 billion Harbour Arch in Cape Town

Amdec Group, which co-owns the vibrant Melrose Arch in Johannesburg, today received approval from Municipal Planning Tribunal meeting to develop its ambitious R14 billion Harbour Arch mixed-use precinct in Cape Town.

City of Cape Town's R50 billion 2019/2020 budget

The Cape Town council has approved a budget of just over R50 billion for the 2019/2020 financial year.

R7 billion earmarked for Cape Town International Airport upgrades

Cape Town International Airport is in for R7 billion infrastructure upgrades planned over the next five years.

Amdec-Marriott JV brings AC Hotels brand in the Mother City

The joint venture between Melrose Arch owners, the Amdec Group and NASDAQ-listed Marriott International, brings the first AC Hotels brand to Africa.

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