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  • conference-african-urban-planning

    2nd International Conference ‘African Urban Planning’

    The 2nd international conference ‘African urban planning’ will be held in Lisbon on September 7-8, 2017.

  • Human Settlement Conference

    2017 Annual SA National Human Settlements Conference

    Mangosuthu University of Technology and the National Department of Human Settlements will be hosting their 2017 annual National Human Settlement Conference. Date: 5-6 October 2017 Venue: ICC Durban, South Africa Theme: Human Settlements Development And Technological Innovations The 2017 Annual Human Settlement Conference is in line with the MUT’s Human Settlement Research Chair’s mandate which … Continued

  • GBCSA_Convention-2017

    Green Building Convention

    The Green Building Council South Africa hosts its annual Green Building Convention from 9 to 11 October 2017 at the Century City Conference Centre and Hotel, Cape Town. Now in its tenth year this year’s GBCSA Convention under the banner ‘Dare to lead’, seeks to bring designers, experts and decision-makers together to put sustainable building practices in the … Continued

  • Conference

    International Conference on Canadian, Chinese and African Sustainable Urbanization (ICCCASU)

    Under the high patronage of the Government of The Republic Cameroon, and in collaboration with the UN-Habitat and the University of Ottawa, the second International Conference on Canadian, Chinese and African Sustainable Urbanization (ICCCASU II – Yaoundé 2017) with the theme “Smart Urban Development: Local to Global Actions”, will be held in Yaoundé, Cameroon, from … Continued

  • Planning Africa 2018

    Planning Africa 2018

    Planning Africa 2018 organised by South African Planning Institute will take place from 14 to 17 October 2018 at the Cape Town International Convention Centre. The conference aims to respond to the global, continental and national development challenges and reaffirm that planning raison d’etre centres on advancing the interest of the poorest and the broader … Continued