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Research outputs: CAPE TOWN
A week before the nationwide lockdown commenced, Bo-Kaap announced its closure to tourists. The neighbourhood with its colourful houses and ...Download this report
Informal rental housing is growing rapidly in cities of the global South. Changing needs and circumstances of diverse urban populations prod...
The ultimate aim is to enable the community to become agents of change, rather than mere beneficiaries of services or passive customers....
Access to safe water is a basic human right, but not a given in many of South Africa's informal settlements. The drought in Cape Town and a ...