29 Namatjira Drive, Collingwood Park.A first homebuyer has snapped up a highset home at Collingwood Park for under $350,000.Action Realty Collingwood Park selling agent Judy Eddy said the property had not been on the market long and was bought for $348,000 on June 12.The three-bedroom, two-bathroom home at 29 Namatjira Drive featured stairs leading to the upper level. FREE: Get the latest real estate news direct to your inbox here. More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 201929 Namatjira Drive, Collingwood Park.The home has two garden sheds, an entertainment area, two-car accommodation, air conditioning, electrical appliances, and a fully fenced yard with established gardens.The downstairs area of the home features a large rumpus room as well as extra rooms that could be used as bedrooms, and a study. Ms Eddy said the new owner was keen to move in and make it their own home.“This home has fabulous street appeal and all the hard work has been done,” she said.According to realestate.com.au, latest figures show the median property price for Collingwood Park is presently $335,000.The property is within walking distance to the local shopping centre, train, bus, schools and parklands.
The South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA) has released from detention MSC Palak, a 9,411 TEU containership that lost more than 20 containers overboard in Algoa Bay last week. As informed, MSC accepted financial responsibility for any clean up that may be required in the bay and areas in the vicinity for the next five years if deemed to be linked with the incident. Categories: On 22 July, the boxship operated by Swiss Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) was released from the Indian Ocean Port of Ngqurha. According to SAMSA, a salvage operation in which the shipping company MSC also participates, has been successful so far in relocating some debris to facilitate safe passage of ships in the area. MSC-operated ship loses over 20 containers overboard off South Africa Exactly a week ago, MSC Palak was arrested after 22 containers fell overboard from the ship while it was battling stormy weather near the city of Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, on 14 July. Built in China 2016, the Post-Panamax boxship MSC Palak is owned by China’s Bank of Communications and commercially controlled by MSC, data provided by VesselsValue shows. Vessels “The salvage operation currently in progress involves SAMSA, the vessel’s Insurance, Department of Environment, Forestry and Fisheries (DEFF), Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA), the vessel owners, MSC and local clean-up services providers. They have been working tirelessly to salvage what is left of the containers that came adrift during the incident,” SAMSA said in a statement. “Aerial surveillances have been carried out to spot the drifting debris along the coast and salvage crews using boats have towed the spotted debris to a safe place such that it poses minimal risk to ships navigating along the coast.” Posted: 2 months ago Posted: 2 months ago