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August 2015

Newsletter No. 137
Date: Aug/Sep

Message from SACN

South African Cities Network is looking forward to another year of facilitating knowledge exchange and best practices on urban development and city management as our 2015/2016 financial year commenced 1st July 2015

The network’s key projects for the upcoming year will be the launch of the State of the Cities Finance Report (in November), the 7th Africities Summit (29th Nov – 3rd Dec), the launch of the PEFA Study (2nd Sep), the Urban Land Dialogue Series (starting 2nd October) as well as the State of the Cities Report (SOCR) our flagship project to be launched next year. We also look forward to participation at partner and member events as well as learning platforms.

This issue will reflect on the Africities writer’s workshop, the Benefits of Green Transportation to cities, the new SPLUMA Act, the Infrastructure Dialogue on Interventions for Sustainable African Cities as well as the role of minibus taxis.

For the latest SACN publications we encourage you to visit www.sacities.net

To keep up to date with SACN’s programmes assignment we encourage you to join and follow our social media platforms (see the bottom of the newsletter) and to continue to subscribe to our newsletters.

Regards

South African Cities Network

Latest publications

Infrastructure Dialogue Compendium  2014-15
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Public Transport Skills Report
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4th South African Urban Conference Report​_______________________​______________

Move the City 2035 - Minibus Taxi Scenarios

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The State of Expanded Public Works in South Africa - 2013

August Events

Urban Safety Ref Group:  13th - 14th Aug

September Events

EPWP  Ref Group: 3rd – 4th Sep
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SACN KMRG Ref Group: 15th – 16th  Sep​_______________________​______________

Infrastructure  Dialogue: 17th Sep
 
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The Future of Towns and Cities Depends On New Act  

South African Cities Network’s (SACN) Built environment researcher Peter Magni and Lekgolo Mayatula from SAPOA, in collaboration, wrote an article which was published in the Business Day on the 29th June.

The Benefits of  Green Transport to the City of Joburg  

Joburg residents move around the City on green fleet: The South African Cities Network has undertaken research on how cities can contribute to greening the transport sector.
 

An Infrastructure Dialogue:
Interventions For Sustainable African Cities

South African Cities Network (SACN) in partnership  with the Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA),  the National  Business  Initiative (NBI) ,the  Department of Economic Development (EDD) and  Performance Monitoring and Evaluation Department in the Presidency(DPME)  as well as media partner Engineering News..                                   

The South African Cities Network Hosts An Africities Writers Workshop

The Africities Summit, with its upcoming seventh edition, has always been a highlight, bringing together African local authorities. The Summit intends to be the mouthpiece of the 15000 African. Taking its cue from Agenda 2063, The Africities Summit 7 will be hosted as a partnership between United Cities and Local Governments Africa (UCLGA) and the City of Joburg (CoJ).

Rethinking the Role of the Minibus Taxi

The minibus taxi industry has been the backbone of South African transport for the greatest part of the last three decades. When one considers the nature of urban growth it is perhaps unsurprising that the minibus taxi market share continues to grow.

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