About Andile SkosanaAndile Skosana holds an MBA from the Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) and is an associate director of Government Advisory Services – Cities Centre of Excellence at KPMG. He has over 11 years’ experience as a town planner, consulting for provincial and local government in urban management, human settlements strategy and integrated development planning.
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Energy costs are expected to continue to rise with ever-growing cities. Water scarcity is set to become a reality in South Africa, and it is anticipated that we will hit a massive water deficit by 2025. It is evident that our cities are already struggling to accommodate the existing population with current infrastructure; further strain is placed on limited resources as the population grows.
Transforming local government remains at the core of South Africa’s achievement of a developmental democratic agenda. Municipalities, alongside the cities and towns they administer, remain the locations for making our post-1994 policies and dreams a reality.