MONITORING SERVICE DELIVERY DURING
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 integrated human settlements and contributing to the local government transformation process, and the development and strengthening of community-based organisations.
Our Areas Of Involvement
Gauteng Province and City of Ekurhuleni give thumbs up for re-blocking in Railway informal settlement, Tsakane.
The Human Settlements Department in the City of Ekurhuleni has responded positively to a petition...
Get people involved in development
By Dr Hloniphile Simelane What is the developmental mandate of the newly elected municipal councils? In particular, what new interventions related to the Upgrading of Informal Settlements Programme...
The call for collaborative advocacy regarding land and housing issues affecting women
Prepared by Dr Hloniphile Simelane A new platform for advocacy on gender equality Planact has joined the Women and...
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.
Projects in partner communities
Selected Project areas
City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality, Gauteng
- Greater Sophiatown
- Orange Farm
- Orlando East, Soweto
- Thembelihle Informal Settlement
City of Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality, Gauteng
- Etwatwa Informal Settlements
- KwaThema Informal Settlements
- Tembisa Informal Settlement
- Tsakane Informal Settlements
- Vosloorus Informal Settlements
- Wattville Informal Settlement
City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality, Gauteng
- Kameeldrift, Pretoria
Emalahleni Local Municipality, Mpumalanga
- Spring Valley
- El Paso
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