Sun International’s Wild Coast Sun has received a Net Zero Waste rating by the Green Building Council of South Africa (GBCSA) – the first in the country. This certification is a giant leap forward for Sun International on its sustainability journey. The Group has set an ambitious target to achieve zero waste to landfill by 2020.

A highlight on South Africa’s political calendar kicks off tomorrow at 17h00.

“South Africa’s residential market is in for an interesting time in 2019, but our predictions for the year are all positive, and we believe that home buyers and investors who take the plunge and buy early will be well-rewarded.”

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