Cape Town Finance

SA remains firm in spat with Delta Airlines on route to Cape Town

Through Banele Ginindza 13h ago Share this article: ShareTweeterShareShareShareE-mailShare The TIT-FOR-TAT dispute between South Africa and Delta escalated yesterday with government insiders claiming the airline had to stick to the foreign operator’s permit to allow it a stopover in Cape Town. the return segment of its Atlanta-Johannesburg service. Officials from …

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UHSM Health Share, in partnership with Brittney Moses, announces 2021 reset

Sponsored by WeShare, the virtual event will explore many life issues at the intersection of faith, mental health and wellness. NORFOLK, Virginie and LOS ANGELES, June 24, 2021– (BUSINESS WIRE) – UHSM Health Share, a faith-based, nonprofit healthcare organization founded on Christian beliefs and values, today announced The Reset 2021, …

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Launch of 30 new affordable rental units in Brewster

BREWSTER – It took five years, but the evidence of progress is everywhere. The newly paved access road flanked by cement footings for the lampposts. The lots cleared with white septic tanks and water pipes protruding from the ground. With the infrastructure in place, construction of 30 affordable one, two …

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Life in Big Cities: How Stressful Is Your Neighborhood?

A study has shown that South Africans still place the most emphasis on money. (Photo by Kelly Lacy on Unsplash) Stress is an inevitable part of our life. Having lived through one of the most trying years, it’s interesting to see where South African cities stand on the stress meter. …

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Stricter Alcoholic Beverage Laws En route to Western Cape – Premier Alan Winde

Cape Town – Citizens of the Western Cape should prepare for tougher liquor laws, after the province’s executive council approved drafting amendments to the current liquor law, PM Alan says Winde. Although he did not give an exact date by which the amendments will be tabled in the legislature and …

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Municipalities can realistically only collect 37 billion rand of debt of 231 billion rand

Through Loyiso Sidimba 19h ago Share this article: ShareTweeterShareShareShareE-mailShare ONLY about R 37 billion of the R 231 billion owed by consumers, including households, businesses and government, for services provided by the country’s 257 municipalities can realistically be recovered. The National Treasury revealed this week that the country’s eight metropolitan …

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GreenCape Highlights Green Investment Opportunities in New Market Reports

Featured Image: City of Cape Town Sector development agency GreenCape has launched the latest Market Intelligence Reports (MIR) which highlight investment opportunities in key sectors of the green economy. Developed each year in partnership with the Ministry of Economic Development and Tourism of the Government of the Western Cape, MIRs …

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Western Cape government calls for Cape Town harbor challenges to be addressed

Minister of Finance and Economic Opportunities of the Western Cape David Maynier asked the Port Consultative Committee (PCC) to consider its suggestions for improving the operational performance of the Port of Cape Town. This follows the seventh annual Port of Cape Town Performance Roadshow, which took place on June 3. …

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Why Section 12J investors should buy carefully over the past two weeks – 2oceansvibe News

[imagesource:here] On June 30, 2021, South Africans will be able to say goodbye to the Section 12J tax incentive. It might not mean much to you, but there’s a reason so many savvy investors are so sad to see the tax break disappear. Once interested, the entire signup process can …

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AIDA Cruises will sail to 20 countries and four continents on AIDAsol’s new global cruise

ROSTOCK, Germany, June 17, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Following the great success of past global travel, AIDA Cruises today announced that AIDAsol will be taking its first global cruise in the winter of 2022-2023, a 117-day adventure that includes passing Cape Horn and Cape of Good Hope and visit …

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