Our Work

 

Inclusive Design

Urban planning and design are key drivers of change that can support the livelihoods of informal workers…

Urban Advocacy

AeT works to increase the voice and visibility of informal workers within urban planning and policy processes…

Urban Education

In conjunction with our advocacy work, AeT also provides opportunities for the students, the general public, tourists…

Urban Intelligence

AeT works to widen and deepen urban intelligence so that local, national and international stakeholders can engage…

Featured News

Economic Conditions in Warwick Junction

Sarah Heneck The post festive-season glow was evidently lacking…

Enabling Structures: Markets of Warwick Junction

An exhibition on Durban's contribution to city making, that…

Kanyenathi Newsletter 8

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Creating safer working spaces for women recyclers

Misiwe Maphumulo Street trade is pervasive and a source of…

Kanyenathi Newsletter 7

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2019 SAIA-KZN Awards for Architecture

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Richard Dobson Architect, in partnership with AeT, received…

Bovine Head Cooks Initiate a Clean-up

Despite informal workers' significant contributions to the socio-economic…

Non-Motorised Transport Operators: Integral Linkages in the Informal Economy

Sarah Heneck With the world’s ever-expanding urban population…

Our Funders

Asiye eTafuleni’s (AeTs) work would not be possible without the generous support and commitment of our funders.

Below are funders that have have either provided core or project funding since AeTs founding:

 

Our Work Recognised

WRI Ross Prize for Cities 2018-2019 Finalist

Asiye eTafuleni was recognised for igniting transformative change in Durban, find out more here.

Read about other awards or accolades here.

Asiye eTafuleni

Address: 127 Johannes Nkosi St, Durban 4001, South Africa
Phone: +27 (0) 31 309 3880
Email: admin@aet.org.za
Website: www.aet.org.za