News

C40 Cities new Cities 1.5 podcast
C40 Cities new Cities 1.5 podcast

C40 Cities announces the launch of their podcast Cities 1.5. Episode 1 Keeping 1.5 Alive. 1.5 degrees Celsius is a vitally important figure. In the 2015 Paris Agreement, global leaders set a target to limit global warming and hold the overall global average temperature rise to 1.5 degrees.

Mural Contest in Johannesburg
Mural Contest in Johannesburg

The JICP is assisting the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands with an exciting, creative project. A call has been made for sketches that will be turned into a beautiful new mural in the city.

JICP projects on YouTube
JICP projects on YouTube

On Thursday 8 July, SA Cities Networked launched the four “Good Hood Stories” videos on YouTube. Two of these Good Hood Stories focus on JCP projects; the Urban Agriculture Initiative and the Walkable Network (from 4mins30 as part of the focus on non motorised transport). Background Earlier this year, SA Cities Network put together a […]

Odd Box Picnic at Victoria Yards
Odd Box Picnic at Victoria Yards

On Sunday, 21 March, NOSH Food Rescue is presenting its first “Odd Box Picnic” event at Victoria Yards, home of the Makers Valley Partnership’s Food Hub, which has been a NOSH beneficiary since early 2020. The hub co-ordinates 6 local Community Kitchens, all of which receive rescued produce from NOSH to incorporate in the cooked […]

Johannesburg Inner City Walkable Network
Johannesburg Inner City Walkable Network

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.

Good Hood Stories

SA Cities Network is looking for Good Hood Stories about a project, development or initiative that has made you proud to call yourself a resident of your city.

Showing 1 of 5 (5 Pages)Next Page »