Policy Brief 2 - Towards Sustainable Urban Development Assessing the IUDF and CSP
Since 1994, government has introduced numerous policies driven by the urgent need to address inequality and past injustices. In spite of the many years of resolute post-apartheid urban development, the imprint of apartheid spatial geography is still evident in cities, as they remain segregated, fragmented and unequal. The Financial and Fiscal Commission has examined whether urban policies, planning processes and practices represent a sound and adequate response to urbanisation challenges at the level of cities. Not with standing policies on urban development, cities are still confronted with rapid urbanisation, urban poverty and inequality.
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