Sandile Mbatha is a Senior Manager responsible for Research and Policy Advocacy in eThekwini Municipality. We discuss how eThekwini is creating data driven, smart, liveable and caring cities.
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About Sandile Mbatha
Sandile Mbatha is responsible for Research and Policy Advocacy within the Office of Strategic Management in the eThekwini Municipality. His work highlights the use of data as a catalyst for decision-making and policy formulation.
He is passionate about co-creating tools, systems and processes for improving service delivery and supporting development work in general. His work is focused on supporting evidence-based strategic decision-making and management approaches, and the move towards becoming a smart city.
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