Quality of Life & Walkability measures for South Africa
Project Announcement The University of KwaZulu Natal’s School of Built Environments and Development Studies, Discipline of
The spatial challenges across the world have motivated several researchers to evolve several concepts and theories to aid spatial development, ensuring that development is undertaken so that all facets of the urban space are considered.
This paper is partly the result of the data collected within the MIAG (Migration for Inclusive African Growth) project drop that Professor Giles Mohan leads from the Open University of London and local partners from the university.
Professor Magidimisha-Chipungu is one of 28 new members of the NPC to be chaired by Minister in the Presidency Mondli Gungubele for the next five years. The new NPC will operate against the challenging backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic with economic and social recovery andreconstruction of the priorities on the path towards building momentum to achieve the National Development Plan’s 2030 goals.
Attachments Programme YouTube Playlist Room Sessions Playlist 3 Videos ROOM 1: UNDERSTANDING THE INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK FOR CO- PRODUCTION 3:30:36 World Planning Day: Strengthening the Co-Production
Collective urbanism has been touted as one such approach that could contribute significantly to creating inclusive cities. Intersecting the idea of Inclusive cities are issues
The insurgence of the Covid-19 pandemic ushered in reflective thinking in respect of how the urban and regional planning profession and cognate disciplines plans, designs
Rural-urban interdependencies and linkages are fundamental in anchoring sustainable and inclusive rural-urban space planning, designing and management. Growth and development in both urban and rural
Current adaptation practices are largely focusing on ‘adapting to’ climatic disturbances instead of ‘adapting with’ the vulnerable urban populations. Proponents of this trajectory have been
Issues at stake which will be expressed relate to safety, protection and access to services among this vulnerable class of people. The increase in community
The need to create inclusive cities is one of the over-arching needs of pan-Africanism. Post-colonial Africa has indeed seen the transformation of urban space but