Western Cape considers property levy

Gunning, Eugene
July 2005
Finance Week;7/27/2005, p13
The article reports on the development levy considered by the Western Cape provincial government to pay for land reform in South Africa. During the province's land conference, Western Cape premier Ebrahim Rasool mentioned the possibility and stated its importance to develop the province's full potential. With a development levy on people, the amount could be used to develop the province.


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