Ifeoma Ebo and Amira Osman present inspiring lectures on building community resilience.
Beyond Day Zero, a new model of government is needed that can go beyond the blame-game, and start shift the paradigm from one of bulk services, to one of decentralised water collection, treatment, use and re-use.
Cape Town joins the worldwide C40 competition to calling on the private sector and communities to devise carbon neutral development solutions and designs for underutilised publicly owned sites in C40 member cities
The Lynedoch village is the first ecologically designed socially mixed intentional community in South Africa. Adrian Lotter reflects on some of the challenges and opportunities for the projcet.
Read about 6 changes to city policies that could get more developers to build mixed-income housing.
Comment on the draft Cape Town Spatial Development Framwork which will guide development in the city for decades to come.
Sharyn Sassen reflects on how placemaking in the Bellville CBD could be informed by the diverse communities that embrace the area.
Add your voice to the dialogue on mixed-income housing models for South African cities. Apply here to write an article.
Read our research on how cultural groups and communities can be included in the placemaking of the Bellville CBD.
How do we truly get all parties to promote and nurture innovation in public space design and development? Rashiq Fataar shares his ideas.