The Walkable Network is a partnership-based package of interventions that target streets and public spaces to create a clean, safe and welcoming Inner City experience. The focus of the initative is improved walkability along streets and in other public places through various forms of placemaking, such as pedestrianisation, public art, street furniture, lighting, landscaping, signage, safety and cleanliness interventions through partnerships with public, private and civil society stakeholders from the property, design, security, waste management, academic, food production and other sectors.
The Inner Jozi Safety & Security Forum exists to ensure that Municipal Government, Security Clusters, Private Sector, Business, Civic and Faith-Based Organizations all work together to eradicate crime, lawlessness and build a cleaner and safer Inner City. Launched in August 2016 with the endorsement of CoJ Chief of Police David Tembe, the forum works to […]
LISTEN: JMPD ZOOMING IN ON CRIMINALS WITH NEW UNDERCOVER UNIT Written by staff reporter (POWER987) 15 MAY 2019 CCTV cameras are all good and well, but what use are they without a response team? The City of Johannesburg is cracking down on crime and has realised this, deploying a dedicated undercover unit to respond to […]
The Second Inner City Partnership (ICP) Forum took place at FNB on Wednesday 8 November 2017.
Mayor Herman Mashaba, COJ MMCs and members of the Johannesburg Inner City Partnership (JICP) were given presentations on planned and current regeneration projects in the Inner City.
The Johannesburg Inner City Partnership would like to extend a very warm welcome to the new CEO, Ms Mpolai Nkopane. Mpolai brings with her a wealth of experience and expertise in the fields of social development, strategy development, project management, systems development and organisational management.
The Johannesburg Inner City Partnership commissioned writer, researcher, planner and policy developer Tanya Zack to conduct research on the scope and nature of cross border shopping in the Joburg CBD.
‘Great Expectations for the Jozi Inner City’ appears in the Daily Maverick. Written by Herman Mashaba it exposes the Mayor’s passions for revitalising Joburg’s CBDs.
On Friday 25th August 2017, the Department of Economic Development (DED) relaunched the Johannesburg Business Forum (JBF). The JBF is an important platform for the city of Johannesburg to partner with the business community towards the realisation of Johannesburg’s economic growth objectives. The relaunch was an opportunity for members of the private sector to meet […]
Johannesburg City Parks and Zoo (JCPZ) has entered into a strategic partnership arrangement with Crebus (Pty) Ltd. One of the exciting projects is the ‘Business-Adopt-a-Park’ partnership programme. JCPZ and Crebus would like to extend this invitation to the Business community to actively play a role and participate in this JCPZ ‘Business-Adopt-a-Park’ initiative. Please click here to […]
The aim of the Johanneburg Inner City Partnership is to work with COJ to achieve the rejuvenation of the Inner City. On 27 July 2017, Anne Steffny representing the Johannesburg Inner City Partnership, signed MOU’s with the Department of Environment and Infrastructure Services and Department of Social Development at the Johannesburg Inner City Partnership Forum. Presentations to the Private Sector by […]