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
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.
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?
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.
Broadly speaking, inclusive cities starts by enabling access to the city. It however, goes beyond presence and entails access to facilities and services of the city and the ability to engage with the city as a whole
The application of inclusiveness in development matters is related to the application of governance which was promoted in the 1990s by the World Bank and
Under the general population increase and rapid urbanization in South Africa, there has been a congruent and perhaps drastically increase in waste production. The phenomenon
African cities face an unprecedented, rapid urbanization phenomenon, and as a result, urban populations are becoming more prone to vulnerabilities and risks. According to UN-