The South African Cities Network prepares and publishes regular editions of State of South African Cities Reports. These reports, with their thorough research, provide a basis on which to start looking at how to make South African cities better places in which to live, work and play. The fifth edition of the report is now […]
The Urban Festival aims to provide a platform for learning, experimentation, and knowledge exchange on the implementation of a transformative urban agenda.
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 […]
The South African Cities Network [SACN] invites you to the Premiere Film Night of the Good Hood Stories. Join SACN to celebrate and learn from four videos capturing stories of good practice taking place across our cities. The four stories were selected for their innovative approach to partnerships from the 34 stories submitted to the […]
This morning, the South African Cities Network [SACN] and the National Department of Public Works and Infrastructure launched The State of the Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP) in South African Cities 2019-2020. In launching the report these were some of the findings noted: – Many cities are not yet meeting targets (CoJ is doing well […]
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.
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.