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 […]
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Cape Town’s MyCiTi system now connects Table Mountain to the rest of the MyCiTi system.
South African travel writer Dawn Jorgensen sits down with Our Future Cities and shares her perspective on whether Cape Town is an ‘African city.’
The fashion industry is a multibillion dollar industry globally and Kenya, Amsterdam, and South Africa have begun to look into this industry for economic gain. Nigeria is following suit.
Why should we share more as citizens? In the lead up to the New Cities Summit in Dallas in June 2014, we approached Molly Turner, Director of Public Policy and Civic Partnerships at Airbnb, to help us tackle our questions about the sharing city.
The New York Times article, 52 Places to go in 2014 placed Cape Town as the number one city to visit this year.
What or who is the face of the city, and how can architecture, tourism, branding and the people of a city contribute positively or negatively to that face? This and more on Metropolist this week.
The Lagos State Government is keen to portray a Lagos that is the ultimate metropolis but what is your experience of Lagos?
Minh Toan reflects on the tourist’s experience of the city and examines how spaces in London are adapting to an increasing number of visitors from the East.