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2014 was a record year for residential sales in Cape Town’s CBD, with properties to the value of R856 million changing hands. (Photo: Cape Town Central City Improvement District.)

24 February 2016


2014 was a record year for residential sales in Cape Town’s CBD, with properties to the value of R856 million changing hands. (Photo: Cape Town Central City Improvement District.)

2014 was a record year for residential sales in Cape Town’s CBD, with properties to the value of R856 million changing hands. (Photo: Cape Town Central City Improvement District.)

By Tammy Petersen

Cape Town – A day after rubber bullets and stun grenades were used to disperse land invaders, 20 people again tried to erect structures on a vacant erf in Parkwood on Wednesday, the City of Cape Town said.

The city’s anti-land invasion unit and metro police were “dealing with it”, mayoral committee member for human settlements Benedicta van Minnen said.

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