The South African Cities Network (SACN) is an established network of South African cities and partners that encourages the exchange of information, experience and best practices on urban development and city management.

As both a research source and a catalyst for debate, the SACN covers the full scope of the urban management process, under the following thematic areas:

City Development Strategies

City Development

An integrated approach to development strategies, including urban policies, urban indicators and surveys, urban studies and themes, and rural-urban interdependencies.
 

Inclusive Cities

Inclusive Cities

Redressing past imbalances and urban segregation through spatial planning and land-use management, human settlements and housing, and mobility and public transport.

Sustainable Cities

Sustainable Cities

Creating greener and liveable cities, by promoting sustainable energy, improving waste management and water management, and mitigating climate change effects.

Well Governed Cities

Well Governed Cities

Building good governance and management, focusing on municipal finance, human and institutional capacity and socio-political instability.

Productive Cities

Productive Cities

Boosting growth and competitiveness through economic development, job creation, and infrastructure and logistics.

Latest Publications

Latest Publications

We analyze challenges facing South African cities, particularly in the context of global economic integration and national development...

 

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Programmatic Content from SACN 2002 - 2010

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