Urban safety in South Africa: Crime stats and city responses

Urban safety in South Africa: Crime stats and city responses

Roundtable: The State of Urban Safety in South Africa Report 2016
Cities have distinct safety challenges and tend to experience higher rates of crime, which have implications for their growth, development and quality of life. As a result of poor planning and socioeconomic factors, low-income areas such as townships and informal settlements, suffer from particularly poor levels of safety. This uneven spatial distribution of safety affects the overall inclusivity, efficiency, resilience and ...

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