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Upgrade of Citys Kewtown rental stock is well underway
City partners Nedbank in another affordable Housing Project
Plan to upgrade Cape Town's council rental units
Deadline looms for rates rebate applicants
Scraping the sky
SA needs another 25000 guestrooms for 2010
New agency could be set up to acquire land for govt
Cape Town's rented flats, houses get R295m upgrade
City cuts red tape to speed up housing delivery
City plans to resolve most of Valuation objections by end of June 2008
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Did you know?

Zainunnissa "Cissie" Gool was the daughter of Dr Abdullah Abdurahman. She was the first non-white woman to complete a MA degree in Psychology and also the first non-white woman to practise law in South Africa, which she did in 1963 at 63 years of age. She was also the only non-white woman to sit on the Cape Town City Council before 1994, and also helped to form the Non-European United Front. There is an Avenue named after Cissie Gool in Rylands.

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Are you thinking of renovating or building a house? Executive Designs in Athlone can help by drawing up your plans and submitting them to the Council. Give them a call now on 082-9941695.


Kumon Education, where every child is an achiever, uses an individualised learning method to develop the potential in each child. There is a centre in Golden Grove Primary in Rondebosch East. Call Kumon Education at 021-4489991


Need to stock up on stationery for school, projects or the office? Athlone Stationers has a full range of stationery products available. Give them a call on 0216963663.



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