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    Property prices in Cape Town’s city centre have escalated to such an extent that it has become unaffordable for most middle-class residents With the average asking price for a CBD studio apartment a cool R2,6 million and a two-bedroom apartment selling for R5,3 million, it’s not hard to understand why Knight Frank’s Global Wealth Report ranked the Mother

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    Private aviation, education, and philanthropy are all high on the agenda for UHNWIs, according to the results of our Attitudes Survey. The results of The Knight Frank Wealth Report Attitudes Survey, which this year is based on responses from almost 900 of the world’s leading private bankers and wealth managers, offer an annual window on

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    As savvy investors champion alternative commodities such as wine and watches, classic Fords have proved themselves another sound investment. For those who think there’s no money to be made from cars, think again – total growth over the past decade was 457 percent. This is a bigger increase than even property, which has increased in