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2014-02-26


Each month, the Wynberg CID Manager, William Mokoena put together a status report for WID property owners.
This report summarizes the incidents that have taken place within the month.
To contact your CID Manager e-mail william.mokoena@urbangenesis.co.za

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2014-02-26


In the press: In spite of our fragile economy facing further setbacks, the 2014 fortunes of South African property market inextricably lies on the countrys economy performance and other markets.
Published by SA Commercial Prop News

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2014-02-25


Diepsloot residents can look forward to Rea Vaya stations and buses in their area as Phase 1C planning kicks off. The new trunk route will connect Diepsloot to Randburg, Wynberg and Sandton, among other Joburg metropolitan areas.

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2014-01-29


For over 4 decades, Peter J.A Stuart has been one of South Africa's leading suppliers of superior quality home furnishings, with special emphasis on Italian furniture in a variety of styles. From chairs and bar stools to restaurant furniture and a wide range of accessories.
129 Fifth Street, Wynberg.

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2014-01-29


The planned construction of the new Rea Vaya route along Louis Botha Ave is all systems go.

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2014-01-29


The WID team would like to welcome all new tenants to the District. Your manager is William Mokoena. For queries regarding the Improvement District please contact William on william.mokoena@urbangenesis.co.za.

As a new tenant, please ensure your details are listed on on directory. If not please send details to William and they will be added to the website.

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2014-01-28


Every month the list of available space to let in Wynberg will be updated. To add or remove a property from the list please contact the WID manager, William Mokoena.
(William.Mokoena@urbangenesis.co.za)

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2013-11-25


Wet Civils is the appointed contractor by JRA to carry out the road rehabilitation currently in progress.

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2013-10-28


WID operations notify all in WID that the Arkwright Avenue road has collapsed due to burst water pipe and road remain closed to date.

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