World Rhino Day – How you can help save the rhino from extinction!

The 22nd of September is World Rhino Day and this is how you can lend a helping hand; saving them from future extinction. South Africa (21 September 2020) – September 22 marks ...
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World Rhino Day – How you can help save the rhino from extinction!

09/22/2020

The 22nd of September is World Rhino Day and this is how you can lend a helping hand; saving them from future extinction. South Africa (21 September 2020) – September 22 marks World Rhino Day, and there’s no better time to commit to doing our part to help save the rhino from threatened extinction. With South Africa’s…

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New R15bn redevelopment project to dramatically alter Cape Town’s skyline

08/21/2020

Harbour Arch development, Cape Town A R15-billion redevelopment project is set to radically transform Cape Town’s Foreshore into a 24-hour precinct for Capetonians to live, work and play in an environment that “promotes safety and comfort.” The developer, Amdec Property Development, says “reimagining” the  area will put the Mother City…

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Some bright spots on South Africa’s economic landscape

08/18/2020

  The rand shed 19% against the dollar in the first half of the year, which is bad news for things like the price of imports and overseas travel, but it does make South Africa more competitive globally, supporting local exporters. Pointing also to the massive global stimulus, 10X Investments…

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It’s time for a monumental effort to build local tourism

08/14/2020

The world over, countries that have borne the brunt of the coronavirus pandemic are slowly creeping toward a sense of normalcy. The UK, one of the most harshly affected by COVID-19, is now seeing huge spikes in travel. The Wall Street Journal recently reported that cottage rentals in the UK have nearly…

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Debt levels in SA could finally see the growth of the rental goods economy

08/14/2020

“Every time you borrow money, you’re robbing your future self.” – Nathan W. Morris, personal finance expert. Too many consumers are more than happy with the buy-now-and-deal-with-the-consequences-later approach. But that’s exactly why so many South Africans are living beyond their means, reliant on overdrafts and credit, and struggling to make…

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Property Group seeks to address social injustice issues

08/12/2020

  Arguably two of the biggest problems plaguing South Africa right now, are excessive levels of unemployment coupled with a severe lack of affordable housing.  Unemployment currently sits at 31%, with Finance Minister Tito Mboweni predicting a potential rise to as much as 50% in the wake of the Covid-19…

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CPT Tourism, Namola safety app partner to give visitors and locals peace of mind

08/11/2020

As part of its TravelWise Initiave, Cape Town Tourism has partnered with safety response app, Namola to provide visitors with educational information on health and safety, with a particular focus on responsible travel. “Safety and security in Cape Town present a serious challenge when it comes to tourism in what…

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