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For the first time in human history, more than half of us live in cities. Vibrant, complex, colossal -- what drives their success?

12 October 2012

Episode 14 - Johannesburg’s new cultural hotspots

With the city’s once abandoned neighbourhoods coming back to life post apartheid, big business is also slowly returning. We meet Adam Levy, a cultural architect with a vision for Johannesburg’s future, whose Neighbourgoods Market in Braamfontein is attracting an eclectic mix of hip young urbanites from all over town.

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