This report explored the prospects of using racially integrated housing projects as a means to facilitate the building of a non-racial society – in this case, Lehae Housing Development and Chief Mogale Housing Development.
This report is based on research undertaken by the Public Affairs Research Institute (PARI) for the Ahmed Kathrada Foundation.
The report was written by Sarah Meny-Gibert, with input from Ivor Chipkin. Margot Rubin provided useful input on sections of the report. Fieldwork was managed by Letta Mhlanga and Mpho Mohapi, who both also undertook fieldwork. The fieldwork team also included Ryan Brunette, Emile Coetzee, Carolien Greyling, Sarah Meny-Gibert, Mluleki Masgina and Masimba Yuba.
'Living together, separately in the new South Africa': The case of integrated housing in Mogale City and Lehae project0.45 MB