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Spatial development issues in Southern Africa

C. Howorth

Spatial development issues in Southern Africa

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by C. Howorth

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Published by University of Northumbria, Division of Geography and Environmental Management in Newcastle .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementChris Howorth, Phil O"Keefe and Sam Moyo.
SeriesDepartmental occasional papers / Division of Geography and Environmental Management. New series -- No. 32
ContributionsO"Keefe, Phil., Moyo, Sam., University of Northumbria at Newcastle. Division of Geography and Environmental Management.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18220029M

impoverished rural region of South Africa. It analyses the Spatial Development Initiatives (SDIs) being implemented by the Sout h African government, with a specific focus on the Wild Coast agri-tourism SDI. The Wild Coast example highlights many of the problems which arise in attempting to combine rural economic growth with pro-poor objectives. The book will be an important resource for academic researchers, students and early career development professionals as well as policymakers and NGOs engaged in dialoguing the infrastructure development options for infrastructure is essential for socio-economic growth and sustainable development.

The Wild Coast is a section of the coast of the Eastern Cape, a province of South region stretches from East London in the south to the border of KwaZulu-Natal in the north. It is the traditional home of the Xhosa people, and the birthplace of many prominent South Africans, including Nelson Mandela and Thabo Mbeki.. The Wild Coast is crossed by the N2 National Road. Metropolitan Spatial Development Framework – A Guide for Spatial Development in the Cape Metropolitan Functional Region – Technical Report 84 T HE THEORY ON WHICH SOUTH AFRICA ’S POST APARTHEID PLANNING IS BUILT – THE COMPACT CITY

Possible causes of post-apartheid inequality Unemployment. South Africa has extremely high unemployment rates. The overall unemployment rate was 26% in , Redistribution aims to transfer White-owned commercial farms to Black South Africans. Restitution involves giving compensation to land lost to Whites due to apartheid, racism, and discrimination. Land tenure reform strives to provide more. Development Management (P&DM) at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa. He is the author of Securing South Africa’s Democracy (Palgrave Macmillan ), Policing South Africa(Zed Books ), Brutal Force: The Apartheid War Machine, (International Defense and Aid Fund, ) and most.


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Spatial development issues in Southern Africa by C. Howorth Download PDF EPUB FB2

South Africa has the largest and most industrialised economy in Africa, and the 28th-largest economy in the world. Nearly two-thirds (62 per cent) of its total population of 50 million live in urban areas. This makes it one of the most urbanised countries in sub-Saharan Africa, after the small states of Reunion, Gabon and Djibouti.

The Platinum Spatial Development Initiative (Platinum SDI), located in Spatial development issues in Southern Africa book North West province of South Africa, is examined in this article. The article commences with a historical synopsis of.

Spatial development initiatives (SDIs) are becoming a critical feature in the planning for reconstruction in post‐apartheid South (and Southern) Africa. The SDI programme marks a fundamental break with the trajectories and initiatives for economic and spatial planning of the apartheid by:   Spatial Development Initiatives in South Africa.

Several structures were set up to support the SDI programme, including a special unit in the DBSA, a Public-Private-Partnership unit in Treasury, and a Community-Public-Private-Partnership Development by:   Among issues under investigation in this collection are spatial planning, informality, is most critical for city development.

Given South Africa's chequered history, the national government's. Strategic spatial planning in post-apartheid South Africa has mainly been in reaction to the pre planning processes locally and internationally. The focus should be on guidance for optimal spatial development.

Earlier strategic spatial planning frameworks have not been able to accommodate change and have often been too broad. South Africa is no exception. The socio-economic development challenges in South Africa can be overwhelming.

The good news is that corporates can work with government to face up to the challenges. Many companies are running effective Socio-Economic Development (SED) programmes in South Africa. This book examines social, economic and political issues in West, Eastern and Southern Africa in relation to borders, human mobility and regional integration.

In the process, it highlights the innovative aspects of human agency on the African continent, and presents a range of empirical case studies that shed new light on Africa’s social. The National Development Plan (NDP) offers a long-term perspective.

It defines a desired destination and identifies the role different sectors of society need to play in reaching that goal, Minister in The Presidency: National Planning Commission, Trevor Manuel, said at a media briefing on the implementation of the plan on 19 February MARULENG LOCAL MUNICIPALITY BIODIVERSITY SECTOR PLAN HANDBOOK – Deborah Vromans, Stephen Holness, Derick du Toit and William Mponwana To ensure sustainable development, biodiversity must, by law, be taken into account when developing spatial planning tools (e.g.

spatial development frameworks, land use schemes) or when authorizing land development applications. Get this from a library. Towards balanced spatial development in Southern Africa.

[T J D Fair] -- Book includes colour maps: Botswana (2,5cmkm) (p ). - Swaziland (2,1cmkm) (p ). - Lesotho (4,4cmkm) (p ).

- Malawi (3,9cmkm) (p ). With a new planning system taking shape, and a new Bill of Rights embodied in a transformative Constitution having been introduced in South Africa inthis article grapples with the dual questions as to whether the new spatial planning system fits within the spirit of the Bill of Rights, and the Bill of Rights assists the new spatial planning system in the realisation of its objectives.

development agenda: through the NPC, the government is facilitating the development of a spatial vision for South Africa South Africa is in the midst of reviewing its human settlements policy agenda in order to make sure that it is on track to achieve the ideals of truly sustainable and humane settlements for all South Africans by Unravelling Apartheid Spatial Planning Legislation in South Africa A Case Study Stephen Berrisford Published online: 14 June # Springer Science+Business Media B.V.

Abstract The reform of spatial planning and land use legislation in South Africa has been difficult to achieve. Thelaws designed to implement the urban. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.

My library. Search within book. Front Matter. Pages i-x. PDF. including issues of sustainable development and growth in the Global South.

and Natural Resources Environmental Management in South Africa Sustainable Development in the Global South Economic Development in Southern Africa Spatial Change Environmental Geography of South Africa.

Discuss various Spatial Development Initiatives (SDIs) Explore issues related to industrial centralisation and decentralisation. Summary Apartheid Industrial Development Strategies Maintain South Africa as a white republic Bantustan policy to keep black people in their ethnic homeland. Creating 10 homelands.

The reform of spatial planning and land use legislation in South Africa has been difficult to achieve. The laws designed to implement the urban plans of apartheid remain stubbornly in place. This case study shows that despite there having been three windows of opportunity during which far-reaching law reform seemed likely there has been little change.

spatial planning in South Africa. This is pursued by understanding the role spatial planning has had in South Africa, by determining the nature, scope and purpose that spatial planning under the legal regime prior to SPLUMA.

During Apartheid a dichotomy of planning systems existed, where different areas were governed by different laws which.

Sciences Research Council, Plein Park Building, Plein Street, Private Bag X, Cape TownSouth Africa A R T I C L E I N F O Article There history: Received 11 September Received in revised form 25 March Accepted 27 March Available online 7 April Keywords: Local and regional development Spatial targeting A B S T.

• South Africa is trapped in a PARADOX: the more it pursues redistributive social policies that reduces material poverty, the more is worsens spatial inequalities, which in turn reinforces economic and cultural marginalisation.

• Instead of confronting this policy paradox, more and more policies and programmes are.The Spatial Development Initiative (SDI) programme is a short-term investment strategy that aims to unlock inherent economic potential in specific spatial locations in southern Africa.

The programme uses public resources to promote private sector investment in. The Gauteng city region forms the economic hub of socio-economic development and growth in South Africa.

The province itself includes the Johannesburg metropolitan city, Ekurhuleni metropolitan city as well as Tshwane municipality—key urban growth regions of Gauteng province, South Africa, and by extension Southern Africa.

The region exhibits the rapid urbanisation challenges .