The South African city has turned to the private sector for help with critical problems such as water shortages and congestion. Claire Manuel reports

Climate change is a reality for African cities, with sea-level rises and increased drought forcing municipalities to look for outside help to adapt. “Many African cities are exposed to sea-level rise and coastal surges because they lie in low river deltas and along the coast,” says Kate Owen, urban...

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