Project Announcement The University of KwaZulu Natal’s School of Built Environments and Development Studies, Discipline of
As a society, we are constantly striving towards progress, and nowhere is this more evident than in the development of our cities. City planners, architects,
Senior Town Planning lecturer and SARChI Chair in Inclusive Cities Professor Hangwelani Magidimisha-Chipungu has been appointed to serve on the Scientific Committee of the International
South Africa is facing a major energy crisis, characterized by widespread load shedding, which has significantly impacted the urban economy and cities. This energy crisis
South Africa is urbanizing rapidly, with 67% of its population currently residing in urban areas. There is no evidence that this trajectory will change any
As developing economies, many African cities are faced with the predicament of developing a transport system that can address the needs of the surging population.
Articles in the Media South African floods wreaked havoc because people are forced to live in disaster prone areas Rapid urbanisation and government failure to
Food security is an essential component that symbolizes an ideal urban setting. A question comes into play: who and what are the contributing factors that can boost urban food security?