Tubercolosis is the top killer in South Africa. Building better houses could help reduce the spread of the disease, writes Stuart Denoon-Stevens.
South Africa’s standard household survey approach needs to investigate the quality and reliability of water provision and the adequacy of shelter provided, writes Stuart Denoon-Stevens.
Stuart Denoon-Stevens unpacks Shack/Slum Dwellers International’s community-driven informal settlement upgrading methodology with a look to why it works.
Why dry and ecological sanitation technology should take centre stage when considering South Africa’s sanitation future.
With South African cities struggling to keep up with the demand for new graves it’s time to look at alternative burial options, argues Stuart Denoon-Stevens.
South African sustainable housing projects show how to alleviate housing backlog and re-use waste at the same time.
South Africa needs to reconsider how it builds public buildings to capture the sector’s full labour-creation potential. Two pioneering projects show what’s possible.
How including micro-enterprises and informal traders in formal retail areas can help South Africa realize the goals of Inclusivity and spatial justice.