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SmartParking

Smart parking in a city – the first ffor Africa Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa has introduced a first for Africa,  a smart parking system to solve the lack of parking space for the hundreds of thousands of cars in the city. The system uses modern Chinese technology to park vehicles Read more…

smartarchitecture

Ghana’s Hope city 10 billion dollar development outside Accra Will await the developments on this smart city Architect from Italy modelled this city of mixed use development which will have university, hospital, recreation and more  

smarttechnology

Konza technological City The government plans to complete the techno city just after 2030. This city once completed will bring in over a billion dollars and generate over 150,000 jobs This city will be built over 5,000 acres of land   TATU City it is another large mixed use development Read more…

smartenvironment

The continent needs to find ways of improving urban life. Will these eye-catching projects prove to be white elephants, offering solutions for only a lucky few who can afford them? In June the Nigerian Smart Cities Initiative was launched to encourage the integration of ICT innovations into urban infrastructure. EKO Atlantic, the Read more…

Smartliving

Countries across Africa are putting “smart cities” on their agendas.  Rwanda, a regional leader in developing “smart cities,” published a Smart Cities Blueprint in May to help foster the use of technology in urban management. The continent needs to find ways of improving urban life. Will these eye-catching projects prove to be Read more…

Smarteconomy

Mauritius, Seychelles, and Equatorial Guinea are the richest countries in Africa according to the latest research. With GDPs going up as high as $38,700.  According to statistics provided by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the Top 10 richest countries in Africa are- based on GDP. The Richest Countries In Africa Rank Country Name GDP Read more…

S-transport

Transportation  – Renewable buildings and transport will be crucial to ensure energy security. Cities are responsible for 65% of global energy demand. Their contribution will, therefore, be crucial in accelerating the world’s transition to a sustainable energy future. Given a continued urban population growth – including the migration of some Read more…

Smartwater

Integrated Functions 663 million people worldwide still use unimproved drinking water sources, including unprotected wells and springs, and surface water. The majority of this population lives in the two developing regions in countries of sub-Saharan Africa and Southern Asian. Unimproved or contaminated water can transmit diseases and, in many cases, Read more…

Smartwind

Smartwind Wind power is one of the fastest-growing renewable energy technologies. Usage is on the rise worldwide, in part because costs are falling. Global installed wind-generation capacity onshore and offshore has increased by a factor of almost 75 in the past two decades, jumping from 7.5 gigawatts (GW) in 1997 Read more…