Get in the Time Machine: What Will Cities Look Like in 2040?

A collection of interviews with 12 thought leaders.

  • Bronwyn Williams, Partner, Flux Trends
  • Musa Khumalo, Head: Shared Services, City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality
  • Craig Kesson, Chief Resilience Officer and Chief Data Officer, City of Cape Town
  • Geci Karuri-Sebina, Associate, South African Cities Network
  • Bob van Bebber, Director, Boogertman + Partners Architects
  • Omeshnee Naidoo, Chief Information Officer, City of Cape Town
  • Dmitry Pozhidaev, Global Advisor, UN Capital Development Fund
  • Juanita Clark, Chief Executive Officer, Digital Council Africa
  • Jonathan Wilson, Urban Data Project Manager, South African Cities Network
  • Oualid Ali, President, Future Cities Council
  • Siphelele Ngobese, Researcher Inclusion and Well-being, South African Cities Network
  • Thabo Mofokeng, President, Information Technology Association of South Africa

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