The LandNNES Network consists of many organisations, all working to tackle South Africa’s land and socio-economic issues. Find out more about our members here.
Through LandNNES, civil society is able to effectively engage public and private land governance stakeholders in a national multi-stakeholder platform. The establishment of a national multi-stakeholder platform accelerates the likelihood of results, increases efficiency and efficacy of action, and provides a constructive space for action where diverse perspectives can be coordinated .
Afesis - Corplan
Afasa works to facilitate the development of African farmers in order to increase their meaningful participation in the agricultural sector.
The Land Access Movement of South Africa (LAMOSA) is an independent Community Based organization (CBO) advocating for land and agrarian rights, and substantive democracy through facilitating Sustainable development.
Habitat for Humanity
The Alliance for Rural Democracy
The Land Matrix is a global and independent land monitoring initiative that promotes transparency and accountability in decisions over land and investment.
LAWYERS FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
Lawyers for Human Rights is a non-governmental, non-profit organisation whose vision is to be a leading, effective human rights and constitutional watchdog and advocate.
Nkuzi Development Association
Nkuzi is a non-profit section 21 company, providing a range of support services to historically-disadvantaged communities wishing to improve their rights and access to land.
Phuhlisani is a consultancy based in Cape Town which provides comprehensive services and support for land reform and integrated rural development.