For an amazing update on how social audits have grown in size in Ekurhuleni, been implemented in Johannesburg and the Eastern Cape, and how they’ve been applied to infrastructure and mining, watch the latest social audit video by the Social Audit Network below.

Through the Research and Advocacy Unit, the Open Society Foundation for South Africa supports the Social Audit Network to build effective and meaningful public participation in poor and working-class communities by providing a means for communities to engage with the governance processes that affect their lives, with the overall aim of improving service delivery outcomes. You can find out more about the Social Audit Network on their website, Facebook and Twitter pages.