Browsing Gauteng City-Region Observatory (GCRO) by Title

Browsing Gauteng City-Region Observatory (GCRO) by Title

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  • Culwick, Christina (Gauteng City Region Observatory, 2018-09)
    South Africa’s post-apartheid government has been successful in raising the standard of living for millions of people. It has provided them with access to housing and basic services, improved health and education, and ...
  • Schäffler, Alexis; Christopher, Natasha; Bobbins, Kerry; Otto, Emmarie; Nhlozi, Mduduzi W; de Wit, Martin; van Zyl, Hugo; Crookes, Douglas; Gotz, Graeme; Trangoš, Guy; Wray, Chris; Phasha, Potsiso (2013-07)
    This State of Green Infrastructure report is both an assessment of the set of natural and manmade landscape features in the Gauteng City-Region (GCR) and an interrogation into how the services provided by these assets are ...
  • Everatt, David; Gotz, Graeme; Nyar, Annsilla; Phakathi, Sizwe; Wray, Chris (2011-10)
    This 'State of the GCR' Review aims to contribute to ideas around how to build an integrated, sustainable and globally competitive city-region which provides more equal opportunities and a better quality of life for all ...
  • Jennings, Ross (2012-10)
    This publication contains the findings from a GCRO survey of citizen-based surveys undertaken at provincial and local government level in Gauteng. The Survey was conducted in order to understand the efficiencies at play ...
  • Harber, Jesse; Parker, Alexandra; Joseph, Kate; Maree, Gillian (Gauteng City-Region Observatory, 2018-02)
    In many parts of Gauteng, streets are congested with cars, trucks, minibus taxis, pedestrians, and informal traders. In other parts, streets are quiet, underutilised and frequently underserviced. The surface quality of the ...
  • Culwick, Christina; Khanyile, Samkelisiwe; Bobbins, Kerry; Dunsmore, Stuart; Fitchett, Anne; Monama, Lerato; Naidu, Raishan; Sykes, Gillian; van den Bussche, Jennifer; Vieira, Marco (Gauteng City-Region Observatory, 2019-12)
    The Gauteng City-Region (GCR) regularly experiences heatwaves, raising renewed concerns over water security, as well as heavy and persistent rains, leading to severe flooding in some areas. In this context of heightened ...
  • Bergman, Robert (2015-03-30)
    Higher education institutions (HEIs) in the Gauteng City-Region (GCR) and elsewhere are increasingly being called upon to do more than their traditional roles of teaching and research. They are now expected to collaborate ...
  • Peberdy, Sally; Harrison, Philip; Dinath, Yasmeen (2017-08)
    Peripheral areas of the Gauteng City-Region – like small towns on the edge, large peri-urban and commercial farming areas, sprawling dormitory townships, huge swathes of displaced urbanisation in ex-Bantustans, and remote ...

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