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ActionAid

ActionAid is a global movement of people working together to further human rights and defeat poverty for all.  ActionAid helps people fight for the rights that they are denied. Action Aid has worked with mining affected communities for a number of years and will be assisting MACUA, the Mining Affected Communities United in Action with conducting social audits in 10 mining affected communities across the country.

Province: Gauteng, Kwa-Zulu Natal, Mpumalanga, Limpopo, North West,Western Cape, Northern Cape, Eastern Cape, Free State

Contact details:
Sifiso Dladla  (011 731 4560)
Sifiso.Dladla@actionaid.org

Afesis-Corplan

Afesis-corplan is a progressive, non-governmental organisation that has contributed to community-driven development and good local governance in the Eastern Cape since 1992. With the vision of a self-reliant society Afesis Corplan assisted the community of Park Ridge and Bamford in 2016 with a social audit event focusing on the diminishing housing conditions in those areas.  Afesis Corplan has since been working with Glenmore and other rural communities in the Eastern Cape to assist with requesting and demanding proper services and infrastructure through using the social audit tool.

Province: Eastern Cape

Contacts:
Lindokuhle Vellem: lindokuhle@afesis.org.za,
Masixole Kente: masixole@afesis.org.za
043 743 3830

Black Sash

Black Sash is working towards the realisation of socio-economic rights, as outlined in the SA Constitution 1996, with emphasis on social security and social protection for the most vulnerable particularly women and children. Black Sash is well known for their community based monitoring and their social grants campaign.

Province: Western Cape, Northern Cape, Eastern Cape, Guateng, Free State, Kwa-Zulu Natal, Mpumalanga, Gauteng, North West, Limpopo

Contact:
Zanele Mdletye: zanele@blacksash.org.za
27 21 686 6952

The Social Justice Coalition

The Social Justice Coalition is  a membership-based social movement made up of 17 branches across Khayelitsha, Kraaifontein, Crossroads, and Gugulethu in Cape Town.

The SJC conducted the first social audit in South Africa in 2013 in Khayelitsha, focusing on the blue portable chemical toilets known as the “Mshengu Toilets”. The work they did in the Mshengu social audit inspired a lot of civic organisations to learn more about social audits and to conduct their own social audits. SJC  has since conducted numerous social audits in Khayelitsha raging from the provision and delivery of sanitation services.

Province: Western Cape

Contact:
Dalli Weyers: dalli@sjc.org.za
021 361 8561

Ndifuna Ukwazi

Ndifuna Ukwazi is an activist organisation and law centre that promotes the realisation of Constitutional Rights and Social Justice – through legal, research and organising support to working class people, communities and social movements. Ndifuna Ukwazi has worked with and supported the Social Justice Coalition in their first social audits since 2013. With their vision of eradicating spatial inequality, NU conducted a social audit in 2015 in a new relocation camp called Wolwerivier.

Province: Western Cape

Contact:
Nkosikhona Swaartbooi: nkosikhona@nu.org.za
021 012 5094

PlanAct

Planact is a non-governmental development organisation, incorporated as a Section 21 company in 1995, whose aim is to bring about local development for the poor within an integrated framework.In early 2016 the community of Spring Valley, Emalahleni in Mpumalanga conducted their first social audit where they investigated the delivery and servicing of water. Planact has since conducted numerous social audits and the very first collaborative social audit in South Africa.

Provinces: Gauteng, Mpumalanga

Contact:
Shumani Luruli: shumani@planact.org.za
011 403 6291

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