Key issues impacting on farm worker housing, access to services and tenure security in the Cape Winelands | Land Portal

Resource information

Date of publication: 
July 2016
Resource Language: 
Pages: 
58

This report for public comment presents and analyses key issues arising from extensive interviews
conducted with workers on and off farm, individual employers, representatives of organised
agriculture, trade unions, NGOs, worker support organisations, municipal councillors and officials
together with representatives from provincial government departments. It sets out options for a
strategy to address farm worker housing and related needs.

Authors and Publishers

Author(s), editor(s), contributor(s): 
Rick de Satge and Mischa Bletcher
Publisher(s): 
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Phuhlisani NPC (Phuhlisani)

Phuhlisani began as a consultancy started by a group of people who wanted to support emerging farmers who obtained access to land through land reform programmes in South Africa. In 2015, after 12 years in operation as a Closed Corporation, the members of the company decided to convert Phuhlisani to a Non-Profit Company which took place in October 2015.

Phuhlisani NPC provides comprehensive services and support for sustainable land reform and rural development including:

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