Tag Archives | People’s Housing Process

Tinasonke means “All of Us”: A Journey to Housing in Ekhuruleni

By Jaclyn Williams (on behalf of CORC) In 2018, 48 Federation houses were erected in Tinasonke through the People’s Housing Process. Since 2015, however, the journey to the completion of these houses presented Federation members with many roadblocks. Federation members, in Tinasonke, utlilized community-driven strategies in order to make their dream of owning a home […]

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Restarting and Regaining Momentum: The Persistence of the Ruo Emoh Community

By Mariel Zimmermann and Jaclyn Williams (on behalf of CORC) Looking back at the two decade history of the Ruo Emoh housing project, we outline the primary political and social challenges the community faced and how they overcame these obstacles together. The main takeaways from the success of the Ruo Emoh housing project allow us […]

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What difference does saving make to the urban and rural poor?

How can saving impact poor communities and influence inclusive development practice? On a recent visit to Manchester’s Global Development Institute FEDUP’s Patrick Matsemela responds to these questions by telling his story:   “When I say I was a robber, it was because I had nothing to do. When the Federation (FEDUP) started, I collected scrap metal from […]

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Why we save: A photo story by FEDUP Mpumalanga

By Ntombikayise Promise and Emgard Msibi (on behalf of FEDUP) This photo story (text and images) was compiled by members of a FEDUP savings scheme in Mpumalanga with the purpose of introducing how urban poor women organise themselves through savings activities.  It all starts with our ambitious citizens uniting to form one strategic society. When […]

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FEDUP wins national Govan Mbeki award

By Yolande Hendler (on behalf of CORC) It is a pleasure to announce FEDUP’s award for best enhanced People’s Housing Process (ePHP) project at this year’s national Govan Mbeki Awards ceremony hosted by the Department of Human Settlements in Cape Town. FEDUP national coordinator, Rose Molokoane, received the award for the Mafikeng 200 housing project […]

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