ActionSA Thanks Outgoing Senator Solomon for His Service

ActionSA confirms the resignation of Senator Dean Solomon, one of three Senators that represented the voice of the youth on our highest decision-making body. Solomon, a final-year student at Wits University, stepped down to focus on his studies.

Solomon played an instrumental role in growing and capacitating ActionSA youth structures, having first joined our movement during The People’s Dialogue public engagement process. Following our formal launch as ActionSA ahead of the local government elections, he was one of the first three youth representatives to be appointed to serve on our Senate.

ActionSA thanks Dean for this selfless service and dedication to the party. We are incredibly grateful that a person of his age and calibre has given his time to serve his country and the project of fixing South Africa.

Thanks to Solomon and our other dedicated youth representatives, ActionSA is making strong progress in the capacitation of our Youth Forums across South Africa. This will ensure that the voices of young South Africans are represented at all levels of our party, including our Senate. ActionSA believes that youth representation across all structures of our movement is central to growing our party.

We wish Dean all the best for the final year of his degree and his future endeavours. We look forward to working with him in the future.