Young person adapting to the new normal after the COVID-19 lockdown

Adjusting to the new normal

3 April Lifestyle

In a matter of weeks, life as we know it has been turned upside down and we find ourselves living a ‘new normal’ that feels anything…

remote working during COVID-19

Top tips for remote working

27 March Uncategorized

With COVID-19 and the subsequent lockdown having forced countless businesses to send employees home, most South Africans now find themselves in unfamiliar work territory. If you’re…

Social distancing: why it’s critical

19 March News

The COVID-19 crisis has ramped up in the last few days, with the number of global infections today, 19 March, standing at 220,230, with 8,981 people…

self-driving cars cape town

How will cities accommodate driverless cars?

13 March New Urbanism | Uncategorized

According to countless online predictions, there should be thousands of driverless cars on the road by now. And yet, in spite of 2020 being a watershed…

Why buying off-plan makes sense

6 March Investment

Buying off-plan is a great option whether you’re buying to rent or to live. Not only will you enjoy a brand-new unit that no-one has ever…

The global drive for car-free cities

27 February New Urbanism

When Henry Ford presented his Model T to the world, it’s unlikely he could have predicted a future where cities would be designed around the vehicles…

The rise and rise of mixed-use precincts

24 February New Urbanism

Urbanisation continues to increase across the globe. According to the United Nations (UN), “The proportion of the world population living in urban areas rose from about…

Cape Town tourism exceeds expectations

14 February Investment

Tourism is a big deal for Cape Town – according to Business Insider South Africa, it “contributes to 1.5 million jobs in South Africa, and contributed…