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The Aerotropolis – the future of airports and their Cities are inextricably linked

“Airports will shape business location and urban development in the 21st century as much as highways did in the 20th century, railroads in the 19th and seaports in the 18th century”, John Kasarda. In the past airports were perceived simply as gateways for the transportation of people and to a lesser extent, goods. Historically, not […]

Cape Town’s Transportation Crisis

Economic growth is closely linked with the distances we are able to travel. Whilst daily traffic congestion has become the favoured topic of complaint amongst Capetonians, the damage being done by an inefficient transport ecosystem goes far beyond the inconvenience of frustrated motorists. A clear correlation exists between the quantity and quality of transport infrastructure […]

Cape Town’s Exodus of Black Talent

It was both disheartening and encouraging to see the heartfelt and brave article by Tinyiko Ngwenya which has recently been making waves in local media. It was encouraging because it has brought a critically important issue into the public domain in a manner that demands attention and deep, honest engagement around a subject which is […]

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The Aerotropolis – the future of airports and their Cities are inextricably linked

“Airports will shape business location and urban development in the 21st century as much as highways did in the 20th century, railroads in the 19th and seaports in the 18th century”, John Kasarda. In the past airports were perceived simply as gateways for the transportation of people and to a lesser extent, goods. Historically, not […]

Cape Town’s Transportation Crisis

Economic growth is closely linked with the distances we are able to travel. Whilst daily traffic congestion has become the favoured topic of complaint amongst Capetonians, the damage being done by an inefficient transport ecosystem goes far beyond the inconvenience of frustrated motorists. A clear correlation exists between the quantity and quality of transport infrastructure […]

Cape Town’s Exodus of Black Talent

It was both disheartening and encouraging to see the heartfelt and brave article by Tinyiko Ngwenya which has recently been making waves in local media. It was encouraging because it has brought a critically important issue into the public domain in a manner that demands attention and deep, honest engagement around a subject which is […]

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The Aerotropolis – the future of airports and their Cities are inextricably linked

“Airports will shape business location and urban development in the 21st century as much as highways did in the 20th century, railroads in the 19th and seaports in the 18th century”, John Kasarda. In the past airports were perceived simply as gateways for the transportation of people and to a lesser extent, goods. Historically, not […]

Cape Town’s Transportation Crisis

Economic growth is closely linked with the distances we are able to travel. Whilst daily traffic congestion has become the favoured topic of complaint amongst Capetonians, the damage being done by an inefficient transport ecosystem goes far beyond the inconvenience of frustrated motorists. A clear correlation exists between the quantity and quality of transport infrastructure […]

Cape Town’s Exodus of Black Talent

It was both disheartening and encouraging to see the heartfelt and brave article by Tinyiko Ngwenya which has recently been making waves in local media. It was encouraging because it has brought a critically important issue into the public domain in a manner that demands attention and deep, honest engagement around a subject which is […]

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