20 Dec
  • By Camilla Thorogood
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Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow: Personal Reflections on the Fieldwork Process

Between October and November 2018 a few members of the Sustainable Livelihoods Foundation (SLF) team spent about three and a half weeks in two township areas near Uitenhage in the Eastern Cape, conducting research on small businesses. The intention of the surveys was to gain an understanding of the range of small businesses in the […]

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10 Jul
  • By Camilla Thorogood
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Experimental land use research in Namibia featured in ArchitectureSA

In 2016, the Sustainable Livelihoods Foundation and UrbanWorks teamed up to conduct an analysis of an experimental land use management intervention by the City of Windhoek in Namibia to stimulate small business activities. Our research enquiry centred on Eveline Street in Goreangab Township, a north-western extension of Katutura established in 1991. Eveline Street was one of […]

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