Overview of Business

Reach Archaeology Consulting (pty) Ltd is the first, African-woman-led full-service archaeology and cultural heritage consulting firm, specializing in the relocation of human remains, based in Pretoria, South Africa. Reach Archaeology Consulting provides a range of cultural heritage services to clients in the public and private sectors, including cultural resource management, archaeological surveys and heritage assessments, data recovery, historic preservation planning, and community outreach and engagement. With a team of highly qualified and experienced archaeologists, Reach Archaeology has earned a reputation for excellence in the field of cultural resource management. The company is committed to providing efficient and cost-effective solutions to its clients while maintaining the highest standards of professionalism and ethical conduct.

In addition, to its core consulting services, Reach Archaeology is also actively involved in education initiatives aimed at advancing the field of archaeology and promoting public awareness and appreciation of cultural heritage. The company collaborates with academic institutions, non-profit organizations, and government agencies to assist developers with the necessary compliance documents and reports for their projects. We provide mentorship opportunities for emerging female archaeologists; and engage with local communities to promote cultural heritage preservation (i.e. grave) and the protection of valuable heritage assets. Overall, Reach Archaeology Consulting is a pioneering archaeological consulting firm that is dedicated to providing comprehensive and innovative solutions to its clients while upholding the highest standards of integrity and professionalism.

Stage of Business
Industries Served
Agriculture, forestry and fishing
Natural Resources
​Mining and quarrying
Natural Resources
Water supply; sewerage, waste management and remediation activities
Natural Resources
Professional, scientific and technical activities
Natural Resources
Country / HQ
South Africa
Required areas of assistance
Networking and Associations
Funding required