Asivikelane is an initiative of IBP South Africa along with our partners

What’s New

22/09/2021 Asivikelane National Release #21 is published!

Informal settlement services stagnate and deteriorate while political parties campaign for the upcoming elections. Informal settlement services should be central to the campaign of every political party to win the elections.

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06/09/2021 Asivikelane Health #3 is out!

Despite improvements, COVID-19 continues to hamper clinic services. The third Asivikelane Health release shows an overall improvement in waiting times. However, some clinics struggle to provide adequate services due to the pressure of COVID-19.

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01/09/2021 Asivikelane WESTERN CAPE #5 release is out!

Women’s rights are human rights. Municipalities can protect these rights by putting the safety of women in informal settlements first. It can start by increasing the number of communal taps and toilets provided, fixing broken ones and improving lighting. Asivikelane Western Cape #5 shows that poor service delivery and maintenance exposes women to numerous risks and vulnerabilities.

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07/06/2021 Asivikelane’s first Metro Level Releases are out!

We take a detailed look at service delivery progress in Nelson Mandela Bay, eThekwini and Ekurhuleni. Click on the thumbnail below to access our Metro Releases page and view the full reports.

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