The Century City Conference Centre has a total capacity of 1900 guests across 20 venues. The Conference Centre and the 125 room hotel with ground floor restaurants and bistros will front onto a large square which is destined to become the “new commercial and hospitality hub of Century City”. The new hotel will bring the […]
Play the City returned to Khayelitsha on the 20th of November, 2015 for a second session to test and gain opinions about the current Spatial Development Framework for Khayelitsha’s CBD.
A group of local stakeholders in Cape Town, aim for collaborative solutions by engaging with design of the Khayelitsha Business District, using a game called Play Khayelitsha.
In Nairobi, 75% of the population lives on 5% of the land – these are the informal settlements, which lack basic services and security. Read how Sanergy is addressing these important issues in Africa.
What role can businesses play in creating a more sustainable society? Our recent #CityTalk discussion with Justin Smith, Head of Woolworths Good Business Journey, along with your ideas, helped us come up with these 6 ideas for business to play a sustainable role in society.
[ March 18, 2013; 8:00 pm to 9:00 pm. 8:00 pm to 9:00 pm. 8:00 pm to 9:00 pm. ] Sustainability enthusiasts often encourage individuals to make small changes their lifestyles, hoping for more significant change as a result of collective actions. However, for society to successfully complete its journey towards sustainability, larger stakeholders such as governments and businesses also need to be proactive in addressing sustainability challenges.
Brett Petzer takes you on a whistle-stop tour of the Western Cape Treasury’s “Provincial Economic Review and Outlook” (PERO) report.
“For Cape Town to realise its vision of become Africa’s global city, the role of business needs to extend beyond the boardroom by ensuring a sustainable business environment that is resilient to the challenges of the day,” says Chris Whelan, the new CEO of Accelerate Cape Town.
The article “Sports in the public-private arena: City of Toronto” which appeared in the June 2009 edition of the Government Finance Review considers the successful and unsucessful business models or partnerships embarked on by the City of Toronto in ensuring the viability of medium-sized public facilities. It provides key insights and documents the experiences of […]