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Badly-run municipalities do more than just annoy residents and lead to rubbish pile-ups – they can also be a slippery slope to wide-scale economic decline. For urban centres in particular, the signs of a badly run municipality soon become impossible to ignore, symptomatic of a loss of confidence in the economic viability of the area and fears that crime rates will rise as opportunists capitalise on vacant buildings.
As load shedding persists and solar gains popularity in South Africa, households are left with the decision of either buying or renting a solution. Solar solutions have taken centre stage in South African homes. The quest for an “always on” lifestyle has propelled consumers into a crucial crossroads: should you rent or buy your solar system?
Have you ever considered making green building changes to your property to increase its value? If not, now may be the time to do so. When most homeowners hear the term ‘green building’ they only think along the lines of wind turbines and solar panels.
Have you ever considered making green building changes to your property to increase its value? If not, now may be the time to do so. When most homeowners hear the term 'green building' they only think along the lines of wind turbines and solar panels.
The role of the property manager continues to evolve. Once thought of as 'merely' rent collectors, it became all too evident that the role of a good property manager had progressed to encompass that of asset management. Now, with the effects of COVID-19 being keenly felt by businesses the world over, the role of the property manager has evolved once more to now include mediation as a key skill.
AGL Energy Limited undertook a successful transformation of an old coal plant to a modern flexible gas engine power plant to support more renewables into the South Australian power system. Eskom’s latest request for information to propose new uses for decommissioned coal-fired power stations, is an opportunity to devise creative solutions to what would otherwise become a major financial burden for the utility and result in thousands of jobs lost.