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Segregation of South African cities, then and now

Earlier this month, I had the pleasure of talking with renowned journalist, Carlton Reid, about the past, present and future of cycling in Johannesburg. We also reflected more broadly on other South African cities. The talk was prompted based on a book chapter I wrote entitled The Cultural Politics of Infrastructure: The Case of Louis Botha Avenue in Johannesburg, South Africa (2020). It is in the book below:


You can listen to the podcast here.




By Njogu Morgan

I am a Lecturer in Global Urbanism at the UCL Urban Lab and Research Associate at the Wits History Workshop (University of the Witwatersrand).

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