Gedye, Lloyd
December 2016
Finweek;12/15/2016, p34
The article focuses on the concept of smart city as well as its introduction in South Africa. It discusses the increasing urbanisation in the country and efficiencies in waste and refuse systems as well as water supply and distribution. Other information such as technology and internet connectivity is presented.


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