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Infrastructure Dialogue: Looking at Water Services
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Infrastructure Dialogue: Catalytic Infrastructure
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Financing Government’s Capital Programme
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Africa’s Infrastructure Build Programme
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Township Economies

Infrastructure Dialogue: Looking at Water Services

  Sustainable water supplies are critical for human development, large industries and small business alike, but addressing South Africa’s water risks requires a partnership approach that is currently in its infancy. For companies, many of their major water risks lie outside of their operational boundaries. For many municipalities, localised challenges and limited financial and human[…]

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Infrastructure Dialogue: Catalytic Infrastructure

Over the last few years, as government has grappled with the problem of low growth, the term catalytic infrastructure investments has become more prominent in relation to certain infrastructure investments in cities and rural development efforts. These projects have been added to ‘strategic integrated projects’ and ‘mega projects’ in our lexicon of infrastructure development as[…]

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Financing Government’s Capital Programme

“The strategic developmental prominence of South African cities, in particular metropolitan municipalities, within the local sphere of government and certainly nationally is emphasised by a dominant role in the country’s economy reflected by their contribution to the national gross value added and net job creation, higher concentrations of people residing in cities and the resultant[…]

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Africa’s Infrastructure Build Programme

Dialogue on making a better life for Africa’s city residents Infrastructure Dialogues are a platform to government, private sector and civil society stakeholders in the infrastructure sector to engage on solutions to strengthened cooperation within the sector. In this interactive session experts will lead participants in discussion on financing city infrastructure, skilling infrastructure operators, dealing[…]

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Township Economies

South African townships, most which were created during apartheid to serve as labour reservoirs for the mainstream economies, remain largely the same today after more than two decades into democracy. The National Development Plan acknowledges that South Africa remains a divided society of which such division is mostly pronounced in its spatial make-up. Townships and[…]

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