An innovative, multi-stakeholder dialogue forum for the infrastructure sector.
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Towards Sustainable African Cities
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Annual Compendium 2014 – 2015
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Energy – Securing our Energy Future through Energy Efficiency, “the first fuel”
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Pricing and paying for municipal rates and charges
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Municipal Water and Sanitation Infrastructure

Towards Sustainable African Cities

The African Capital Cities Sustainability Forum (ACCSF) took place from 23 to 25 June 2015 during Sustainability Week in the City of Tshwane. The pan-African convening intended to engage and explore various opportunities to address the sustainability imperative arising from the current and numerous challenges African cities face on a daily basis. Involving the mayors[…]

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Annual Compendium 2014 – 2015

The Infrastructure Dialogues is a high-level platform for stakeholders in the infrastructure sector to discuss and share their views. The value of the Dialogues is enhanced when senior leaders and managers from government, the private sector and civil society continue the conversation once the event itself is over. Each Dialogue is recorded so that interested[…]

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Energy – Securing our Energy Future through Energy Efficiency, “the first fuel”

The recent energy challenges experienced in the country due a mismatch between supply and demand has placed energy firmly in the spotlight in terms of its impact on current and future socio-economic growth. The aging infrastructure of Eskom’s power generation plants, delayed maintenance of that infrastructure and significant delays of new power generation coming on[…]

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Pricing and paying for municipal rates and charges

Forewarned, forearmed goes the motto. If so, what is a person to do when armed with the knowledge that pricing of, and paying for municipal services is not working out too well. Aggregate municipal consumer debt stood at R98 billion on 30 September 2014 divided between metros R54.7 billion, secondary cities R19.1 billion and all[…]

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Municipal Water and Sanitation Infrastructure

The state of municipal water and sanitation infrastructure, particularly waste water treatment works, is of key concern in South Africa. Challenges being experienced include a lack of ongoing maintenance of existing assets, difficulties associated with revenue collection (with knock-on effects for investment and refurbishment) and a lack of engineering skills in many municipalities. This segment[…]

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