2017 Honours Reports

2017 Honours Reports

 

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  • Tswai, Klaas (School of Architecture and Planning, University of the Witwatersrand., 2017)
    Gated communities are a global phenomenon, which is one of the most striking features of contemporary urbanism. Their rise and popularity have provoked different experiences and narratives, but most specifically in South ...
  • Matsheng, Chelsy (School of Architecture and Planning, University of the Witwatersrand., 2017)
    The RDP housing programme was considered as a solution to poverty in South Africa. It was believed that households could either sell their house in the housing market or use it as a collateral to access finance. However, ...
  • Chiwetu, David (School of Architecture and Planning, University of the Witwatersrand., 2017)
    Schoeman (2015:49) states that “urban and regional planning and transportation planning requires the deliberation of what can and must occur where in spatial systems .It includes the emphasis and collaboration of different ...
  • Molvi, Hashim (2017)
    The City of Johannesburg is a water scarce city with frequent droughts, flash floods during the rainy season, rising water demands and deteriorating water quality. These water challenges faced by the city of Johannesburg ...
  • Ngomane, Tinyiko (School of Architecture and Planning, University of the Witwatersrand., 2017)
    The Post-Apartheid government has placed a great emphasis on the formulation and implementation of initiatives and programmes that seek to redress the effects of the Apartheid era. These ramifications include poverty and ...
  • Crankshaw, Beth Pulane (University of the Witwatersrand, School of Architecture and Planning, 2017)
    The concept of sustainability has been thrown around the fields of the built environment for decades, however, its emphasis is ever-changing as interpretations and urban challenges are in a constant dynamic state, requiring ...