JOHANNESBURG - On World Cities Day, a new report paints a dim picture of South African cities.
The 2018 State of the Cities Report by the South African Cities Network reveals the extent of the inequality in urban areas.
It shows that poorer households are paying proportionately more of their income on municipal bills and that the country's metros have an ever-increasing funding gap.
CEO of the South African Cities Network, Sithole Mbanga, says jobless growth of cities is a serious challenge faced by South Africa.
As we mark World Cities Day, a new report paints a dim picture of South African cities.