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January 2014

So the new year has started with a bang!
As 2014 begins, we have many things from last year to reflect on. We now look expectantly to the new year jammed with many events, programs, and opportunities! We trust you are well rested for the pace of city life in the year ahead.. Here are the news articles that recently caught our attention.

Rebuilding South Africa's cities of the future

City planners are using smart design, creative technology and community feedback in their attempts to reformulate the apartheid city.. 

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Mega Human Settlements Projects Get The Go-Ahead

Almost R1,2 billion has been approved for earmarked projects in the 2014/2015 to 2016/2017 financial years by the City of Cape Town.

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Joburg ready to host 2014 C40 Mayors Summit

From Tuesday, February 4, to Thursday, 6 February 2014, the City of Johannesburg will proudly host the fifth biennial C40 Cities Mayors Summit – the first time the event will be taking place in Africa. The theme of the 2014 C40 Cities Mayors Summit is ‘Towards resilient and liveable megacities – demonstrating action, impact and opportunity’.

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Two SA cities in the running for global sustainability challenge


Two South African cities have been selected as finalists in the 2014 World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Earth Hour City Challenge, a global competition that recognises the substantial long-term efforts of cities to combat climate change.
The two contenders – Cape Town and Durban – were among six South African cities that participated in a collaborative programme between WWF and ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability by registering their green urban development plans for building, transport, energy and food systems on the carbonn Cities Climate Registry (cCCR), an internationally recognised carbon reporting platform managed by ICLEI. Participating local cities included the City of Johannesburg, the City of Tshwane, Buffalo City Municipality and Nelson Mandela Bay Metropolitan Municipality. 

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Hobbled By Apartheid-Era Planning, Durban Announces a Transit Transformation

About four times a year Logan Moodley makes a tedious journey to work by bus. From his home in Shallcross it's a 25 kilometer trip to his office in downtown Durban. That's where he works for the municipality as deputy head of strategic planning for the local transport authority. The bus trip gives him a pretty good sense of how well he's doing.

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Johannesburg cleans up its act with waste landfill gas to electricity

Climate change is a reality. Johannesburg has experienced flooding, heat waves, hailstorms and other extreme weather conditions. Environmental pollution besides its other impacts produces green house gases, which are considered to be the major cause influencing in climate change.

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Municipal managers receive new guidelines

Following the amendment of the Municipal Systems Act in 2011, regulations providing for the appointment and conditions of employment for senior managers in municipalities was published in the Government Gazette this week.

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Johannesburg to reduce CO2 emissions with smart transport infrastructure

The City of Johannesburg aims to provide better public transport networks and reduce congestion on public roads in an effort to keep carbon emissions as low as possible.

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South Africa: Strategies to Mitigate Impact of Climate Change

Pretoria — The City of Johannesburg says it is working hard to put in place strategies that will help the city adapt to climate change. As the city gears up to host the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group Mayors' Summit from 4 - 6 February, Johannesburg mayor Parks Tau on Tuesday said action taken today could have big implications for the future. 

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How embedded electricity generation could shake up the system

Both solar and wind energy have become a lot cheaper over the past couple of years and are expected to continue to fall in price, while energy could be used far closer to home instead of being transported long-distance over power lines.

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From 4,5m to 5,4m in 10 years

The 2011 census results indicate that the Western Cape is one of two provinces that experienced huge in-migration. The Western Cape population now stands at 5,4-million, up from 4,5-million in the previous census in 2001.

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Sanitation development not keeping up with urbanisation


The movement of people to major urban centres and mushrooming of shanty towns is throttling the government’s best efforts to provide proper sanitation for all its people, says Deputy Minister of Human Settlements Zoe Kota-Fredericks. Speaking at the official opening of the World Toilet Summit in Durban yesterday Kota-Fredericks said in South Africa access to effective sanitation was limited and not keeping pace with the rapid rate of urbanisation and industrial growth in cities. “Less than 20% of citizens are currently served by a public sewer, with the vast majority reliant on various forms of on-site sanitation. In terms of funding, for every rand spent on water, two rands are required for sanitation,” she said.  

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Communal housing developments fill gap market

WITH the massive housing backlog in Nelson Mandela Bay, communal or social housing developments like the Walmer Links development are seen as the key to solving the critical lack of housing in the metro. The Walmer Links affordable housing project along Buffelsfontein Road is the first pilot housing project in the Eastern Cape for the gap market – people who earn too little to qualify for a home loan and too much to qualify for an RDP house.

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