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Procurement Process :RFP - Request for proposal
Office :UNDP Country Office - SOUTH AFRICA
Deadline :16-Jun-19
Posted on :11-Jun-19
Reference Number :55583
Link to Atlas Project :
00093971 - Rural Development & Land Reform
Documents :
General Terms and Conditions for Services
Terms of Reference
Overview :

The Land Reform Policy environment in South Africa has been under the most intense and structured scrutiny over the last 21 months since the Policy Conference of the Ruling Party in June 2017. This became more intense over the last 16 months since its 54th National Conference resolution on Land Expropriation Without Compensation and after the National Assembly Adoption of the Motion on Land Expropriation without Compensation in February 2018.

In February 2018, subsequent to adoption of the Motion on Expropriation of Land without Compensation (EWC), National Assembly established a Joint Parliamentary Constitutional Review Committee (JPCRC) to preside over public consultations, including provincial roadshows, on the necessity for an amendment to the constitution to allow for this. In these consultations the public had an opportunity to express its views, not only on the necessity to amend the Constitution, but also their lived experience of land inequality.It should also be noted that there are national guiding policy frameworks, primarily the National Development Plan (NDP) that ought to be aligned to.

The successful Communication Management Specialist Company to partake in this policy research and development project will be provided with further detail on this background and processes in order to further clarify their role and the relevance of their expertise.


The purpose of this policy research and development project is to set up a multi-disciplinary team in which members will have specific tasks and work together towards conducting the necessary assessments, preparatory research, policy advice and support as well as briefings and partaking in policy consultations as well as with developing components for the reviewed operational and line policies.


Therefore, the DRDLR with support from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) would like to solicit a Communication Management Specialist with policy research experience. The incumbent’s specific area of responsibility, task duration, task objectives and specific objectives, as well as the minimum scope of work, and deliverables are outlined below.