A whole new world for art lovers in Cape Town

9 May News

A hike up Table Mountain, the floral fantasy of Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, watching sunset from Signal Hill, enjoying the passing parade of people from all over…

Central Park to ban cars

24 April New Urbanism

The world’s most famous green space is about to get a lot greener. All private vehicles will be banned from Central Park starting on June 27,…

The State of Hospitality in 2018

17 April News

Over the past decade Cape Town has firmly established itself as a leading international destination, earning a plethora of prestigious awards and accolades and attracting keen…

The future of walkability in an autonomous world

10 April New Urbanism

Autonomous vehicles should make life safer for pedestrians, but will they hurt demand for walkability?

Upbeat PMI signals further improvement in the health of SA’s economy

6 April News

Purchasing managers index (PMI) data from Standard Bank, which gauges activity in the entire economy, signalled a further improvement in the health of the South African…

Cape Town property ranked 2nd in the world

27 March News

As the global economy gains momentum and continues to grow, investors will no doubt be drawn to the Cape Town residential property market, ranked as the…

Melrose Arch with Fountain

Investors seek mixed-use developments in major cities for best returns

23 March News

When it comes to a choice between purchasing property in Johannesburg or Cape Town, which city fares best from an investment perspective? Both are major growth…

‘Sell for more and buy for less’

20 March News

We are at the start of 2018, and the new spirit of confidence in the country is already being reflected in the property market, with increased…