WozaWorkers have collaborated with City of Joburg CRUM Region F for the past three weeks to enforce City by-laws, fight crime, and establish a well-organized and hygienic urban environment in the Inner City.
On Thursday 17 August, Ferial Haffajee of Daily Maverick hosted a Webinar with City of Johannesburg City Manager Floyd Brink and IQ Business CEO Adam Craker (representing Jozi My Jozi).
RISE Africa brings together thinkers, doers and enablers from across the continent and the world to inspire action for sustainable cities.
The JICP and CoJ are working closely with City Improvement Districts in the Inner City to complete an audit of the urban management priorities on the Walkable Network. Working with Urban Space Management, Local Abode and the BRAAM CID, the audit is nearing completion. Following consultation with Inner Stakeholders, the Walkable Network route has been […]
Joburg City Parks & Zoo is conducting a survey to understand how those who live and work in the city have been using City-run parks and green spaces (including nature reserves, koppies and botanical gardens) during COVID. Take the survey and stand a chance to win prizes (and improve your park); Click HERE to participate […]
Community Mailer _ Civil Unrest July 2021_ The Forum of Integrated Risk Mitigation (F.I.R.M.) in partnership with its corporate members and partners and in association with the Johannesburg Inner City Partnership and various City Improvement Districts from across Johannesburg, are working together tirelessly to monitor, verify and share information to ensure that resources are mobilised […]
Divercity is looking to fill the role of an Urban Manager and Community Liaison Officer.
Stakeholders of the City of Johannesburg are invited to participate in the review of the Draft Informal Traders policy. Access the draft policy via the Google docs link in the following advert: Draft Informal Traders policy_Advert for public participation The advert also contains a link to the policy review (virtual) meeting, being held on 18 […]
ON THE THURSDAY 25TH FEBRUARY, THE INSTITUTE AND BUSINESS TRANSFORMATIONS RESEARCH CENTRE AT MANCHESTER METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY ARE CO-HOSTING A ROUND TABLE EVENT EXPLORING THE TOPIC OF ‘PLACEMAKING’ FOLLOWING THE PUBLICATION OF THE ROUTLEDGE HANDBOOK OF PLACEMAKING EARLIER THIS YEAR. It is often argued that placemaking happens either from within a community, a bottom-up approach; or, imposed at a state or city […]
SA Cities Network has put together an online exhibition of Good Hood Stories. These are stories of creativity, collaboration and innovation from across South African cities. The exhibition includes these JICP projects; The Walkable Network, The Urban Agriculture Initiative and the Makers Valley Partnership. Click HERE for to see the full exhibition.