We know that by now some people have already fallen off the “New Year’s resolution” wagon. Why not rather focus your energies on planning your year in a way that will ensure you actually reach your goals? That way, this time next year you won’t be stuck in the same place, making the same resolutions? Here are a few ways to do this ...Read more
Riverfields supports cycling and our infrastructure is specifically designed to promote this eco-friendly form of transport. Cyclists and mountain bikers enjoy the freedom of cycling to work and exploring the area. The summer weather makes it even more pleasant to be out and about, but safety remains the priority.Read more
The second phase of the popular Gleneagle office development has been launched to market with the completion of site preparation and earthworks. The office park is a welcome addition to the area, meeting the ever-growing demand for quality office space.Read more
There are exciting developments in Ekurhuleni. The City of Ekurhuleni has given the go-ahead for a 30-year plan that aims to create an aerotropolis – the first in Africa. What is an aerotropolis you may ask? Taking advantage of the appeal that OR Tambo International Airport has, the aim is to create a metropolitan subregion centred around the airport, with the airport forming the commercial core of a multimodal “airport city”.Read more
Riverfields has received a major boost, with Caterpillar – the world’s leading manufacturer of construction and mining equipment, diesel and natural gas engines, industrial turbines and diesel-electric locomotives – opening its new parts-distribution plant in Ekurhuleni.Read more
South Africans are always looking for reliable and cost-effective modes of transport. This is especially true in Gauteng, where traffic and sometimes unreliable transport systems can spoil the average daily commuter’s mornings and afternoons. This also prevents our cities from reaching their true potential.Read more
There’s an old tradition called “spring cleaning” when households prepare for summer. This entails making sure that all curtains, blankets and everything in between are scrubbed and ready for the new season.
Not everyone enjoys this process, but the end result is always worth it – you feel like you’ve shaken off the darkness and cold of winter and can embrace the flowers blooming, the warmer temperatures and the longer days.
Here are some tips on getting your home ready for spring.Read more