Urbanization in Sub-Saharan Africa: City Master Plans

Sub-Saharan Africa is undergoing a wave of changes as its urban population grows in an unprecedented pace. Since the beginning of the century, the urban population in the region grew by more than 200 million.
Among the companies engaged in this transformation, we have Surbana Jurong, Hyflux and Meinhardt: three Singapore companies prominent in the infrastructure business.

Smart Cities in Africa: Nairobi and Cape Town

Smart cities leverage on technology and use the large amount of data their citizens generate every second to optimize resources, to connect people and to improve business and trading. A smart city targets energy savings and adopts environmentally friendly technologies, which helps promoting sustainable development.
Nairobi and Cape Town rank among the most advanced cities on the African continent on the smart city front. Nairobi, capital of Kenya and home to over 3 million people, won the title of Most Intelligent City in Africa for two years in a row. Going south, Cape Town blossoms as one of the best places to do business in the continent as the South African government continuously implements thoughtful planning and cutting edge technology to attract businesses and improve the lives of its citizens. Both Nairobi and Cape Town look at Singapore as a role model for the city of the future.