With almost a decade of experience in both the private and public sector experience, Monyake Moteane is a Strategic Urban Planner at the City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality, where he is a regional representative for Region B of the City’s seven administrative regions. His scope of duties includes providing spatial policy interpretations as they affect different development proposals. He facilitates private-sector investment through re/development and coordinates public sector efforts from the different internal departments towards a targeted spatial vision for his area. He is also charged with taking a lead role in directing spatial development in one the City’s priority areas, Empire-Perth Transit Orientated Development (TOD) Corridor, amongst other distinctions in the field.
He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Town and Regional Planning from the University of Pretoria, South Africa and a post-graduate certificate: Commercial Property Practitioner by the University of Pretoria and South African Property Owners Association (SAPOA). He also has vast experience in the field of Geographic Information System (GIS).
He has landed coverage in a television broadcast on the Home Channel, “All about Property”, on the theme TOD Corridors in Johannesburg. He has been featured in numerous platforms as a representative from the City of Johannesburg on the topic TOD including engagements with transportation authorities and other local governments. He occasionally takes delegates, funders and interested parties through the TOD corridors to provide them with a visual experience of the programme as implemented by the City of Johannesburg. In addition to his extensive spatial planning experience, Monyake marks and guest examines post-graduate students at the University of Witwatersrand In Johannesburg on broad topics such as Integrated Planning, Site Planning, Transport and Infrastructure, tapping into the world of Academia.