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When COVID-19 cases began to rise in South AfricaCountriesSouth Africa, the national government took strong action, based on dire predictions from medical advisors and the high prevalence of HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis. This response was controlled by the national government through a Coronavirus Command Council. A hard lockdown was imposed, which ha...
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This chapter discusses discusses the process South African Council for Planners (SACPLAN) used to formulate a set of standards and competencies for the profession. SACPLAN approached this task from the angle of the ideal outcome and competency set for a new graduate, taking into consideration the substantial differences in the types and levels of t...
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This chapter discusses the historical evolution of the profession from its early beginnings to the present day, using a review of academic literature, policy documents, and legislation. The urban and regional planning profession in South Africa was established early in the 20th century and initially had a close relationship with the Royal Town Plan...
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This article examines land tenure reform in South Africa with a focus on women in the rural areas of KwaZulu-Natal. Using the case study of UMnini Trust Traditional Area, it critically analyses the extent to which current land reform programmes address gender disparities - especially equal access to land and secure land rights by women. In order to...
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The South African Higher Education Qualifications Framework (HEQF) gazetted in 2007 sets a revised qualifications framework that necessitates the re-evaluation and redesign of programmes to align with the new framework. For the first time the HEQF introduced the term ‘Work-Integrated Learning’ (WIL) into a Department of Education document with poss...
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The Good Urban Governance theme is closely viewed as associated with concepts like service delivery, citizen's satisfaction, access to basic quality services, managing and delivery of infrastructure services to citizens. Urban governance deals with complex issues demanding interventions at various levels for issues like urbanization and growth, man...
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In a competitive global economy, career placement and advancement are based on education, training, and the ability to apply knowledge, skills, and experience within dynamic work environments. While education and training provide the foundation for knowledge and skill development, it is through learning simulation and work‐integrated learning that...
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Urban Planners within the public sector as well as the private sector are on a constant basis faced with a number of challenges relating to/in respect of Land Use Management. These challenges are not only impacting on the day-to-day operations of an Urban Planner, but are also impacting directly on Property Developers thus impacting (directly and i...
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This paper is set out to create a basis for further/ongoing discussion on the possible characteristics of an appropriate Land Use Management (LUM) System. It is to set the basis for discussion from a premise for future change from “control orientated” systems towards more “facilitative” systems. A number of planners recognize the fact that changes...

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