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
This domain rest on the premise that cities cannot be smart if they are not inclusive. The literature on smart cities rarely uses words like
This domain rests on the premises that spatial development in South African urban areas is largely polarised by class and race
Instability of urban spaces to migrants largely arising out of anti-foreigner sentiments deepens marginalization and social exclusion among migrants.
Falls under the cluster of the minority arises out of the lack of responsiveness of cities to the needs of the blind, handicapped and elderly city dwellers.
Issues at stake under this domain relate to safety, protection and access to services for women and children.