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Eastern Cape

East London

Xoliswa Tini Properties originally from the Eastern Cape in sunny East London a city with rich history and amazing potential. East London has over the years become a home owner’s haven . Founded by Lieutenant John Bailie in 1936 and situated amongst the Buffalo, Kwelera and Nahoon rivers in the heart of the Sunshine Coast, East London is the Eastern Cape’s second largest city. Though the city still maintains its relaxed and quant vibe, East London is a developing city with possibility for financial gain. Whether you are an investor or looking to settle in a small town with modern finishes, East London can offer that and more. Taking up residence in East...

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King Williams Town

Found in the Eastern Cape, on the banks of the Buffalo River – King Williams Town is a short 30 min drive away from the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. Considered as one of the most interesting towns to visit in the region, King Williams Town was founded by Sir Benjamin D’Urban in 1834 and began its life as a mission on the banks of the Buffalo River. Alive with history, King Williams Town is home to several interesting monuments, like one of the oldest post offices in the country, which was founded by missionaries stationed in the surrounding areas.  Stone Buildings King Williams Town is renowned for the old stone buildings that were built in...

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Gauteng

Centurion

Ideally situated between Johannesburg and Pretoria is the area known as Centurion. Originally named Lyttelton and then renamed Verwoerdburg, before gaining its current handle – Centurion is engulfed in an interesting history, dating back as far as prehistoric times. With the earliest evidence of human inhabitants in the area dating back approximately 1200 AD, Centurion was officially established as a municipality in 1902. Climate Centurion’s climate is similar to many other areas of the Highveld. Winters tend to be dry and sunny, while summers are hot and experience thunderstorms, showers and hailstorms frequently. Location Forming part of the...

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Midrand

Seated between Tshwane and Johannesburg, Midrand suits its nickname of “Halfway House” perfectly. Fairly young, this area was established as a municipality in 1981 and quickly developed around the N1 freeway and was incorporated into the City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality at the turn of the Millennium. Home to large-scale industries, like textile production and motor manufacturing - Midrand has been identified as one of the top eight tourism destinations in the greater Johannesburg area. Due to the modernity of this node, many businesses and companies have relocated to Midrand, with its convenient location in relation to arterial routes...

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Pretoria

Known as the "Jacaranda City", Pretoria is a vision of purple thanks to its plethora of blossoming Jacaranda trees that line its streets. There is a claim that the biggest and oldest Jacaranda in Pretoria can be found on the corner of Eastwood and Stanza Bopape (old Church Street). Pretoria is one of the country's three capital cities, serving as the seat of the executive branch of government. The buildings reflect diverse architectural styles and influences, creating a unique urban landscape. Pretoria was founded in 1855 by Marthinus Pretorius, a leader of the Voortrekkers, who named it after his father, Andries Pretorius. The elder Pretorius...

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