Our social development programs are too focused on welfarism and too little on healing the social pain that is overwhelming so many, writes Mamphela Ramphele.
The planned development of Cape Town's Salt River Market is expected to go ahead after two appeals against the rezoning of the land failed, according to the City of Cape Town.
The unfinished roads are iconic Cape Town structures. They’re a source of some embarrassment. They are also an anachronism of road engineering, writes Lisa Kane.
The Gauteng Department of Infrastructure Development has launched a drone to monitor and collect data in a bid to improve inefficiencies and reduce on project delays.
Infrastructure projects can shape the economic future of a country. Government's role is to identify projects that would ensure broad-based economic development. But is this happening?
Africa – and not Brexit, or a new US presidency under Donald Trump – poses the biggest geopolitical risk, says German Finance Minister Wolfgang.
Cape Town’s development blueprint for the next 16 years shows dramatic changes to the city, with mixed land incorporating housing, shopping and transport choices.
Opposition to the Urban Tolling Alliance has been blasted by ANC MPs for being only "concerned about the rich and promoting non-compliance".
As SA battles drought-induced water shortages, a survey shows that some municipalities’ capital expenditure on water was high, while others spent significantly less.
Ghana requires some $15bn over the next decade to plug a gap in its infrastructure, after flooding in Accra last week exposed problems with creaking public services.
Asked about the China Development Bank, President Cyril Ramaphosa said consideration would be given to source funding from a number of international finance institutions, both state-owned and private.
Minister Zweli Mkhize has said his department has appointed 81 new engineers and town planners.
Deteriorating infrastructure hurts business activity as it increases the cost of production and travel. While SA’s ageing infrastructure is in desperate need of an upgrade, the country is not alone.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says that the ANC-led government follows a process to institutionalise good leadership, but would not be drawn on to comment on President Jacob Zuma's leadership.
It is highly inaccurate to suggest that South Africans do not benefit from the mineral wealth beneath their feet, writes Kerwin Lebone of the SAIRR.
The Eastern Cape Development Corporation has spent some R736 000 prepping up for operations a R200m quarry aggregate mine in Indwe, just outside Queenstown.
On the second anniversary of the launch of e-tolls, the Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance looks back at a system it says "was doomed from the outset".
Local building-equipment rental firm Waco International has postponed its planned R3.5bn share sale following the fatal bridge structure collapse in Johannesburg.
If your business does not have a base and footprint in Gauteng within the next five years, it will miss out “big time”, says Gauteng premier.
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