It is with sadness that we have to close out the WozaWork Programme at the end of November 24th, as the funding has run out.
The JICP is recruiting a Programme Administrator
On Friday 4 August, Anglo American donated 45 Main Street to The Maharishi Invincibility Institute.
RISE Africa brings together thinkers, doers and enablers from across the continent and the world to inspire action for sustainable cities.
Transnet has issued a Request for Information (RFI) regarding the redevelopment of the Carlton Centre in Johannesburg.
The condemned Kaserne building was imploded on Sunday 15 May 2022, to make way for 1,500 low-cost housing units in the Inner City.
The Executive Mayor, Dr Mpho Phalatse and the Directorate: Arts, Culture and Heritage, are proud to announce the approval of the establishment of the Archbishop Desmond Tutu Heritage Precinct.
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 […]
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The JICP is recruiting a full-time Programme Manager for the WozaWork project.