Waterfall seeks to be the smart city in south africa.  the largest mixed use development in the country thus far.

schools, shopping, green spaces, parks, and more

The project aspires to cater for all needs: schools, shopping malls and large green spaces. Global professional services firm PricewaterhouseCoopers is set to accommodate the area's first skyscraper.


africansmartcities

making african cities great for Africa to stimulate growth and become a global destination for individuals, businesses, and tourists, data need to be collected and made available on research, benchmarking, and insights of African cities that allow them to measure themselves against various metrics like infrastructure development, talent, revenue-generating, population and thus begin to compete at the global scale with other smart cities.