1. The Role of China in Preventing Conflicts in Africa: African Perspective
  2. Impacts of Climate Change on Africa: Implications for Peace and Security
  3. Implications of Article 184 in Classification, Governance and Management of Urban Areas
  4. Nairobi: A city without a master plan
  5. Network analysis for resources towards low-income housing
  6. Agent-based modelling of urban sanitation: informal settlements in Nairobi
  7.  Semantic mark-up of information on sanitation initiatives in informal settlements
  8. Reflecting on international donor agencies’ influences on self-help housing policies in Kenya and South Africa
  9. A thin veil of protection: fragility of informal tenure in Nairobi and Johannesburg
  10. Bottlenecks of access to housing finance by the low-income in Kenya and South Africa.
  11. A cost modelling design strategy for dweller-initiated transformations in urban housing.
  12. Myths and realities of segregation in post-apartheid human settlements in Johannesburg.
  13. Housing networks in different political economies: the cases of Ivory Park, Johannesburg and Dandora, Kenya.
  14. Slum upgrading in the complex context of policy change: the case of Nairobi.
  15. Theoretical conceptualisations of urban segregation and their relevance to housing in post-apartheid South Africa.
  16. A network approach to understanding the role of the market and the state in housing: the cases of Nairobi, Kenya and Johannesburg South Africa.
  17. Potential professional, technical, regulatory, institutional and training conflicts and opportunities opened through the People’s Housing Process (PHP) policy shift in South Africa.
  18. Urbanisation and housing challenges: cities in Africa.
  19. Sustainable Self-help Housing in South Africa.