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Nkuzi Development Association

Address: 105 Schoeman Street
P.O. Box 5970 Pietersburg North 0750 South Africa
City: Pietersburg
Country: South Africa
Postal Code: 0699
Phone Number: 015-297 6972
Fax Number: 015-297 6975
General Information: Effective agrarian reform is essential to address the historical injustices caused by colonial and apartheid driven land dispossession and the current development crisis affecting rural South Africa.
Such an agrarian reform programme needs to ensure a fundamental transformation of land access and effectively build on the existing productive activities and skills of rural people.

Nkuzi is a non profit organisation providing a range of support services to historically-disadvantaged communities wishing to improve their rights and access to land.

The core purpose of the Nkuzi is to enable and support marginalised rural and peri‑urban communities in exercising their land and related rights. Our aim is to facilitate the acquisition of land and its productive and sustainable use.

Nkuzi works on all aspects of agrarian reform and works throughout the Limpopo Province, the Gauteng province and in the northern parts of Mpumalanga Province.Nkuzi contributes at a national level to research and policy work related to land and agrarian reform.

Nkuzi provides a range of services including: information dissemination, advice, community facilitation, research and legal services

This web site provides: more information on Nkuzi and its work; news on agrarian reform developments and activities in South Africa; access to reports produced by Nkuzi, information and inputs on agrarian reform policy debates; and more.

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