Westgate about to take off

One of the last remaining greenfield areas in the Joburg inner city – and the site of the first mining tent town – is sparking the interest of developers and landowners.

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Take a taxi to workshop

URBAN transport is the subject of a workshop and intervention, A Challenge to Move En Masse, which has urged people to take public transport to the inner city.

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Call for artist proposals

TWO new sculptures are sought to add to the public art in Joburg’s inner city, and artists have been asked to submit ideas for the pieces.

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JDA sculpture competitions in the inner city

Over the last ten years, the Johannesburg Development Agency (JDA) has installed public art all over the city. Sculptures and murals of all shapes and sizes are to be found in the inner city, Soweto, and Orange Farm.

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Masondo talks of successes

The Johannesburg of today is a vastly different, and a vastly better place than it was in 2000, the mayor has pointed out in his final state of the City address.

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Designing a great city

INTERNATIONAL and local speakers discussed creating great, people-centred and sustainable cities of the future. Excellent public transport and reduced reliance on private cars were paramount.

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