The recent article “SA’s vision of sustainable cities revealed” (11 May 2012), by the South African government’s news agency BuaNews, unveiling plans to “turn the country’s major cities into sustainable economic hubs,” raise some misalignment to the way Future Cape Town has been capturing the views of the generation it represents.
Statement prepared by Andres de Wet (Founder, Breede Valley Partnership) and Issued by Andres de Wet and Rashiq Fataar (Editor, Future Cape Town)
Statement by Rashiq Fataar (Editor of Future Cape Town)
09 March 2012
We find the the article, “City’s R106m parking lot” which appeared online and in The Cape Times on 9 March 2012, to be unbalanced and potentially misleading, in light of the actual prevailing property market conditions and environment.
The R106 million paid for the undeveloped open-air […]