Photography by:
  • Clive Hassall

Media

  • 2017 Open or Close

    GCRO's exhibition 'Shifting borders and building bridges' for the 2017 Seoul biennale on architecture and urbanism featured online with UrbanNext, November 2017.

    GCRO Quality of Life Survey data was cited in 'A Matter of Fact with Africa Check' on the Azania Mosaka show, 20 November 2017.

    Jesse Harber was quoted in Times Live article 'Malls are forced to think out of the box to survive' by Ufrieda Ho, 15 November 2017.

    GCRO's vignette on the 1% was featured in an article in Business Day by Claudi Mailovich: 'Bottom half of Gauteng's richest 1% earn 32 times more', 13 November 2017.

    GCRO Quality of Life survey data cited in Times Live article 'Gauteng is becoming vulnerable to floods as development booms', 19 October 2017.

    GCRO Quality of Life survey data cited in Netwerk24.com online article 'Gauteng "kan nie byhou met dienste" ', 18 October 2017.

    GCRO Quality of Life survey data cited in SABC News online article 'Gauteng might be out of water by 2025', 18 October 2017.

    GCRO QoL survey data cited by Tshwane Mayor, Solly Msimanga in Pretoria News in an article titled 'We treat all in the city fairly, equally', 16 October 2017.

    GCRO QoL Survey data cited in The Daily Vox in an article titled 'LGBT Folks Share Their Coming Out Stories' published on 12 October 2017.

    Rob Moore was interviewed for online television Joburg Today discussing GCRO's Quality of Life survey (4 October 2017).

    GCRO research was cited in an article in Southern Courier on debt published 13 September 2017.

    Rob Moore and Christian Hamann were cited in an article on Africa Check on undocumented foreigners in Johannesburg's CBD published on 7 September 2017.

    The GCRO's Shifting borders and building bridges (Cities exhibition at Seoul Biennale) was featured in the Wits news; on Biz Community and on Architect Africa in August 2017.

    Jesse Harber was interviewed on PowerFM with Ayabonga Cawe, talking about alternative financing for public transport (14 August 2017).

    Jesse Harber was interviewed on PowerFM with Ayabonga Cawe, talking about transit-oriented development and spatial justice (7 June 2017).

    GCRO's Mothers in the City research project was featured in the Wits Curiosity magazine (24 May 2017).

    Alexandra Parker was cited in The Atlantic by Ryan Leonora Brown in an article discussing Ponte and its recent representation in film (21 February 2017).

  • 2016 Open or Close

    Dr Aidan Mosselson was part of a talk show at Kaya FM on gated communities (1 June 2016)

    Sally Peberdy wrote ‘How informal cross border trade extends the reach of Johannesburg’s retail and wholesale sectors’ for UrbanAfrica.net: http://www.urbanafrica.net/urban-voices/15458/

  • 2015 Open or Close

    Guy Trangoš was interviewed by SABC and Joburg TV on the interim results of the GCRO’s online EcoMobility survey (30 October 2015).

    Christina Culwick was interviewed by JoburgToday.tv on Transport in Johannesburg (5 October 2015).

    Caryn Abrahams was part of a radio panel discussion alongside Mzwanele (Jimmy) Manyi entitled ‘Racial Trends in Workplace’ on The Leadership Platform hosted by Arian Groenewald, Cliff Central Radio (27 July 2015).

    Kerry Bobbins was interviewed by SAfm on the Green Talents programme (13 June 2015)

    Kerry Bobbins was interviewed by Science Year 2015 on the Green Talents programme (14 April 2015)

    Christina Culwick wrote ‘Access Denied’ for UrbanAfrica.net (6 April 2015)

    David Everatt wrote an opinion piece entitled ‘Era of coalition in South Africa’s politics looms’ for The Business Day (March 23 2015)

    Kerry Bobbins wrote ‘Green assets as an infrastructure alternative’ for UrbanAfrica.net (25 February 2015)

    Graeme Gotz, Chris Wray and Samy Katumba, wrote ‘Mapping job seekers’ movements’ for PositionIT (January/February 2015)

    Sally Peberdy wrote ‘Foreigners create more jobs in SA’ for City Press, 25 (January 2015)

    Sally Peberdy appeared on a number of radio and television programmes to discuss the findings of the GCRO research on foreign migrant and South African entrepreneurs in the informal sector in light of attacks on foreign traders in Soweto and elsewhere in Gauteng in January-April 2015. These included CCTV; CNBC Africa; Cape Talk; eNCA; Power FM (3 shows); Radio/Jozi Today; Radio 702; SAFM and VOW.

    Chris Wray wrote ‘An open data revolution for the Gauteng City-Region?’ for UrbanAfrica.net

    Christina Culwick and Kerry Bobbins wrote ‘Green infrastructure: a way to support development in Africa’ for UrbanAfrica.net

  • 2014 Open or Close

    Kerry Bobbins was interviewed by Classic FM on the Green Talents programme (3 December 2014)

    Kerry Bobbins was interviewed by Earthworks for a feature on the Green Talents programme and the GCRO project on Green Assets (2 December 2014)

    Kerry Bobbins was interviewed by North Eastern Tribune on the Green Talents programme (2 December 2014)

    Guy Trangoš wrote ‘Batting for Rwanda’ for Earthworks Magazine (December/January 2014)

    Kerry Bobbins was interviewed by Rhodes Music Radio on the Green Talents programme (30 November 2014)

    Sally Peberdy was interviewed by ECNA on medical tourism and migration statistics (30 October 2014)

    Sally Peberdy was interviewed by Good Morning Africa (ECNA) on migration and development (3 October 2014)

    Guy Trangoš wrote ‘Respected. Responsible. Rooted’ for Earthworks Magazine (August/September 2014)

    Guy Trangoš wrote ‘Not so rigid, please’ for Financial Mail (29 August 2013)

    Guy Trangoš wrote ‘ARCHITECTURE: More natural space’ for The Financial Mail (14 August 2014)

    Guy Trangoš wrote ‘ARCHITECTURE: Women are building a presence’ for The Financial Mail (14 August 2014)

    Guy Trangoš wrote ‘New perspectives on architecture’ for The Business Day (31 July 2014)

  • 2013 Open or Close

    Kerry Bobbins contributed to ‘acid water problem “neglected by government”’ for The Business Day written by Sue Blaine (November 2013)

    Kerry Bobbins contributed to ‘Acid mine drainage under the spotlight’ for the Northcliff & Melville Times written by Zakiya Mckenzie (November 2013)

    Guy Trangoš wrote ‘B(l)oom time for Jacaranda City’ for Earthworks Magazine (October/November 2013) with Thomas Coggin

    Kerry Bobbins contributed to ‘IsiZulu, English Gauteng’s most spoken languages’ for Gauteng News written by Vuyo Sabani (September 2013)

    Guy Trangoš wrote ‘Soweto Striker’ for Canadian Architect (1 July 2013)

    Guy Trangoš wrote ‘What is Design’ for City Press (29 April 2013) with Zahira Asmal

    Christina Culwick and Kerry Bobbins contributed to a published article in the October edition of Urban Green File entitled, ‘Gearing up for Gauteng going green’

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