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Interrogating Park Access And Equity In Johannesburg, South Africa

Evidence suggests that equitable access to green spaces such as parks contributes positively to urban liveability and improved quality of life, especially in cities with complex socio-economic challenges. This study uses GIS to examine park access in Johannesburg through an environmental justice lens.

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Socio-economic inequality in the City of Tshwane, South Africa: a multivariable spatial analysis at the neighbourhood level

This paper provides a multidimensional spatial perspective of patterns of socio-economic inequality in the City of Tshwane, South Africa and consider changes to socio-economic status over time. High and low socio-economic status is spatially polarised and represent a continuation of past spatial patterns.

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