Mayor Patricia de Lille announces that private sector bids will be invited to resolve the future of the Foreshore Freeways.
Academics from the University of Cape Town unite in their disapproval of plans by the Mayor to build housing on the Philippi Horticultural Area. The argument has been further supported by Kevin James of GCX Africa recently.
Who are the best leaders and governors in Africa?
Many mayors are impressive figures and time appears to be on their side. Nation states (particularly the large ones) have an increasingly hard time and, in the context of a process of globalization, cities, and particularly small city-states, increasingly emerge victorious. Cities have first-hand experience with many of the things that occur in globalization’s wake, such as immigration and cultural and religious diversity, and are generally less dogmatic and more practical in dealing with them.
In early 2012, the City of Cape Town tasked the Mayoral Urban Regeneration Programme (MURP) with resuscitating areas which had suffered under years of urban decay through efforts focused on improving safety and security, the quality of life and rectifying various socio-economic ills left behind in the wake of apartheid. We reflect on the opportunities and challenges of this massive task.
News and views from cities around the world this week.
The Mayor of Cape Town, Patricia de Lille on how cities can use design to create the future that citizens aspire to
In the 8th article in our series of 17 Sustainable Ideas for COP17, we share the statements made by the
To billboard or not to billboard? We have previously covered the issue from two angles. Firstly, we considered, the role