Article explores income trajectories between South Africa’s urban formal, urban informal and rural areas.
Paper examines state of knowledge about urban governance and urban food systems in Africa.
Article looks at how urban neighbourhoods in Ghana are really governed and how “hidden” informal networks interact with formal politics.
Municipal bonds are increasingly seen as a way to plug the finance gap for African cities that face a chronic shortfall in urban financing.
Article explores general workplace insecurity and exclusionary policies towards street vendors.
Papers serves as a call for action on air pollution in African cities.
Analysis of the theoretical potential of sustainable urban drainage systems in African cities.
David Satterthwhaite evokes the need for a more precise definition of small and intermediate urban centres and argues for a better understanding of the rural-urban continuum.
Price of goods and services consumed by households are up to 31 percent higher in Sub-Saharan Africa than in other low-and middle-income countries – World Bank study.
How Johannesburg consolidated its position on the global city stage.