Archimedes Muzenda

Archimedes Muzenda is the Secretary-General of the African Planning Society. Appointed in January 2020, he heads the APS Secretariat in the implementation of policies and strategies adopted by the APS General Assembly.

The Dangers of Strongmen Town Planners in Africa

“Africa doesn’t need strongmen; it needs strong institutions.”The remarks by then President of the United States, Barack Obama on Africa is one that resonated...

How Can Zimbabwean Cities Solve Street Vending Challenge

The nationwide lockdown during the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic of 2020 stirred a longtime discussion on street vending. What provoked this discussion was the tranquility...

How Can Harare Solve Mbudzi Roundabout Traffic Congestion

Traffic congestion at Mbudzi roundabout in Harare has been a headache for many users and for many years. The roundabout troubles motorists and the...

Understanding Nairobi’s Traffic Congestion Challenge

Nairobi, the capital city of Kenya is one of the most congested cities in the world. An estimated $1billion is lost in productivity because of the congestion.

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