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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


Grassroots Voice


Living Environments


Livelihood Initiatives

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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

  • Kammeldrift

Emalahleni Municipality, Mpumalanga

  • Spring Valley
  • Masakhane
  • El Paso, Coronation
  • Benicoal
  • Mgewana
  • Lindokuhle

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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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