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This vibrant suburb of Cape Town, just outside the city centre between Mouille Point, Green Point, and Bantry Bay, has become a bustling 24-hour cosmopolitan suburb that has drawn a number of executives to settle in its beachfront high-rises.
The Greater Hermanus area is situated between two large lagoons namely the Botrivier Lagoon on the Western side & the Kleinrivier Lagoon to the Eastern side, with the small Onrus Lagoon in the middle. A diversity of people live harmoniously in this beautiful heart of the Cape Whale Coast.
Johannesburg is known by various names just as diverse as the residents - Jozi, Jo’burg, Joeys, eGoli. From its humble beginning as a mining town, Johannesburg has evolved into a buzzing urban hub of activity. From high rises dotting the skyline to leafy suburbs with sprawling properties, the city reflects the history of its growth and major events in Southern African history.
Nestled between the lush rolling hills of KwaZulu Natal and the warm waves of the Indian Ocean, lies Ballito - the perfect location for a year-round summer atmosphere.
Woodland Hills Wildlife Estate is an estate located on the northern outskirts of Bloemfontein. The first vacant stands within the estate were sold in 2003 and within a few years, the majority of vacant plots were sold and developed.
Port Elizabeth is also known as the “the windy city” or “the friendly city” and is the second oldest city in South Africa. While the city is steeped in history and culture it is a bustling city with many businesses and industrial ventures.