Movement, a recently-launched trio of books, explores the forces that have shaped and continue to shape South African cities. Here, editor Zahira Asmal outlines the effect of the gold rush – then and now
A new generation of designers is bringing a sense of community spirit to inner city Johannesburg, writes Cathy O’Clery
Ponte City tower, a familiar sight on the Johannesburg skyline, was the tallest residential building in the southern hemisphere when it was built in 1976.
Nestled between the sea and Table Mountain, Cape Town Stadium has one of the most dramatic locations of any in the world.
Last week South African architect Peter Rich talked at icon minds in London. Here is one of his most recent projects – a community space in the township of Alexandra outside Johannesburg.