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The politics of knowledge: Knowledge management in informal settlement upgrading in Cape Town
t In situ solutions, participatory practices and the inclusion of community knowledge have become key ingredients in urban upgrading policies across the world. Knowledge, however, is not neutral, but value-laden, ...
An exploration of the concept of community and its impact on participatory governance policy and service delivery in poor areas of Cape Town, South Africa
(Taylor & Francis, 2018)
The inclusion of citizen participation as a means to the equitable delivery of public services has distinguished South Africa’s democratic development trajectory over the last 20 years. While equitable resource allocation ...
‘This land is not for sale’: Post-1994 resistance art and interventionism in Cape Town’s precarious publics
The control, regulation and commodification of space has been fundamental in reinforcing structural racism and social identities. In a city such as Cape Town, where colonial architecture and heritage as well as apartheid ...