Stage 3 The Market

As a final phase, the Soweto golf course will become the center of the accessible food market distributor, concentrating the food produced in the red of agricultural golf courses around the city. Johannesburg imports around 90% of its cereals and a high percentage of its fruits and vegetables, access to affordable and nutritious food for most residents is hampered by the legacy of apartheid planning that cut the city along racial lines, coupled with underdeveloped public transport and few local markets. This situation lends urgency to the need for innovation around agricultural opportunities and significant food security challenges for most of the city’s population.


Sanne van den Breemer
Filip Geerts
Ilmar Hurkxkens

Director of Studies

Salomon Frausto


Nigel Alarcon(MX), Pooja Bhave(IN), Mariano Cuofano(IT), Fabiola Cruz(PE), Alonso Díaz(MX), Xiaoyu Ding(CN), Ines Garcia‑Lezana(ES), Sandra Garcia(ES), Martino Greco(IT), Sebastian Hitchcock(ZA), Alejandra Huesca(MX), Yesah Hwangbo(KR), Takuma Johnson(US), Yi-Ni Lin(TW), Paola Tovar(MX), Cristhy Mattos(BR), Preradon Pimpakan(TH), Adi Samet(IL), Raymond Tang(US), Kulaporn Temudom(TH), Danai Tsigkanou(GR), Jesse Verdoes(NL), Rongting Xiao(CN)