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Research outputs: URBAN RENEWAL AND DEVELOPMENT (URD)
The drawbacks of crowded informal settlements stand in stark contrast to the theoretical promise that urban density is the key to building m...
Apartheid was enacted spatially through infrastructural investment to support institutionalised racism and class inequality. Post-apartheid ...Download this report
This paper explores the relationship between urban regeneration and sustainability within the post-apartheid city of Durban, South Africa, u...
2015 Factors affecting the effectiveness of pro-poor urban water service delivery in post-apartheid South Africa
The birth of democracy in 1994 resulted in a massive law reform process which brought much optimism in South African water resource governan...