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  • South Africa is ready for a sustainable transport
  • South Africa is ready for a sustainable transport
    Evan Bench (2009) ©
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South Africa is ready for a sustainable transport

Finding parking in Johannesburg, where there's still a heavy influx of car commuters, can be a nightmare. But the recent EcoMobility festival has given South Africa a preview of what the future of commuting may look like, as more people adopt sustainable modes of transport.

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