Promoting Accountability and Transparency in Local Governance
Originally formed as a voluntary association of professionals in 1985, Planact has evolved into a well-established non-profit organisation whose work is directed towards promoting and supporting the development of integrated settlements and contributing to the local government transformation process, and the development and strengthening of community-based organisations.
Our Areas Of Involvement
Media Room Blog Planact in joint partnership with the Inner City Resource Centre, 1to1 Architects, as well as leading Universities have conducted an inclusionary housing affordability study in...
Media Room Blog People in the country’s informal settlements know the contours of a challenging life. It is midday on a Tuesday and the heat wave is just as how the Gauteng Weather services...
City of Johannesburg, Gauteng
- Thembelihle Informal Settlement
- Orange Farm
- Lawley informal settlement
- Protea South
City of Ekurhuleni, Gauteng
- Etwatwa ext 18 & 19; Shamase; Steve Biko
- Harry Gwala, Wattville
- Ekuthuleni, KwaThema
- Mkhancwa, KwaThema
- Vlakplaas, Vosloorus
- Winnie Mandela, Tembisa
- Duduza North, Tembisa
- Railway Extension 21, Tsakane
- Langaville Extension 8, Tsakane
City of Tshwane, Gauteng
Emalahleni Municipality, Mpumalanga
- Spring Valley
- El Paso, Coronation
our intervention strategy
Planact’s aim is to develop a knowledgeable, active society with access to all resources, that is aware of its rights and responsibilities and, an accountable state with clear local government systems and procedures.
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