About Us

30+ years committed to the non-political, non-violent, non-racial struggle for human sovereignty and resource restoration in South Africa.

Extensive Network of Magicians

Over 30 Years Commitment

By the People, With the People, For the People

Focussing on Ethical ESG

We measure what matters and support ethical investors and corporate leaders with a long-term commitment to human and planetary thrivability.

Bridging North & South Divides

We assemble expert capacities and competencies from the North to stimulate value and enterprise creation on-the-ground in the South.

Catalyzing Civic Engagement

We train youth champions in rural communities to engage powerfully and effectively with their municipality to provide what the community needs.

Working With Legislation

We work with the brightest legal minds to use (or amend) legislation to achieve outcomes for the Common Good.

Bridging Bottom Up & Top Down

We help activist groups leverage their efforts by connecting their passion and drive to unlock and unleash top down resources.

Committed to the Common Good

We’re not atomized individuals living in isolation from one another; we’re all working to restore human dignity and regenerate nature.

Cooperative Co-Creation

One Plus One Equals Three

We are a people-centred enterprise united voluntarily to meet our common Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) needs and aspirations through a jointly-owned enterprise, The MAGIC Primary Cooperative.

Our co-creation is the collaborative development of new value chains EcoEcoSystemsTM (an interconnected system where the economy directly supports ecology) together with other careholders. Co-creation is a form of collaborative innovation: ideas are shared and improved together, rather than kept to ourselves.

Meet our Magicians

MAGICians are a group of impeccable individuals who have supported the cause and the struggle. They have committed to the MAGIC Charter and declared that there is no conflict of interest between their independent efforts and the collective efforts of MAGIC.

Because of confidentiality, some names cannot be presented, so we include here a list of specialities and expertise included in our group.

  • Art, Culture and Heritage
  • Artisan Training
  • Careholders Participation
  • Civic Engagement
  • Collective Intelligence
  • Communications
  • Cross-sector Coordination
  • Digital Innovation
  • Early Childhood Development
  • Eco-construction
  • Holistic Land Management
  • Indigenous Governance
  • Land Trusts
  • Political Intelligence
  • Risk Management
  • Sustainable Development
  • Value & Resource Oversight
  • Water Affairs
  • Youth Development