Smart City strategies are not only essential for each South African municipality to ensure its success into the future, but could place our collective cities at the forefront of
29 Jun 2017
Education School of Specialisation opens in Soweto
The new Curtis Nkondo School of Specialisation signals a new era in basic education, said Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga at the opening of the school on
10 May 2016
Rest in peace SALGA looks at SA cemeteries
Earlier this month, SALGA congratulated the Cemeteries Association of South Africa and the eThekwini municipality for furthering the resolutions of the SALGA Cemeteries Summit held in 2012.
29 Oct 2013
Water-wise City's water saving efforts awarded
The City of Cape Town’s Water and Sanitation Department has received another award for its efforts in water conservation and water demand management.
28 Oct 2013
Beyond boundaries The politics of demarcation
Boundary demarcation has always been an area of high emotional tension. In a recent meeting hosted by the Isandla Institute, participants were given an opportunity to unravel aspects of that contestation.
25 Oct 2013
Strange finds in sewers City calls for community assistance
The City of Cape Town is requesting residents’ help in alleviating the problem of sewage blockages in the city, which has been costly and affected service delivery.
17 Oct 2013
Community interaction launched Knysna's new development framework
Knysna has become the first municipality in South Africa to initiate the new generation ISDF, a framework far more extensive than the former Spatial Development Framework (SDF).
09 Oct 2013
Transport Month City of Tshwane celebrates 20 years of transport services
National Transport Month was launched in Tshwane this morning. This year’s theme is “Celebrating 20 years delivering efficient, reliable and safe transport services”.
07 Oct 2013
City of Cape Town funds electricity connections Committed to its people
As part of the City of Cape Town’s redress policy, and its continued efforts to make Cape Town a Caring and Opportunity City for all residents, the city is currently funding over 20 000 electricity connections.
19 Sep 2013
Water boost for eThekwini Durban's largest water pipeline ever
The eThekwini municipality has allocated an additional R580 million to accelerate the construction of key components of the Western Aqueduct bulk water pipeline.
13 Sep 2013
Integrated Public Transport Crucial agreement signed at Nelson Mandela Bay
The Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality has signed a historic agreement with the Laphumalanga Transport Cooperative, which will further concretize the Integrated Public Transport System (IPTS).
13 Sep 2013
Gauteng sets up 'centre for urban innovation' Challenges of urbanisation
Minister in the Presidency, Trevor Manuel, and Gauteng Premier, Nomvula Mokonyane, recently announced the establishment of a 'centre for urban innovation' based in Johannesburg.
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