South Africa: Durban tycoon loses case to gated estate

A property tycoon has lost his legal battle to overthrow what he says are “draconian” rules – involving speed limits and fines and access for domestic workers and contractors – at the Mount Edgecombe housing estate where he lives and owns several properties.    Read the article………….


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