Both of these South Africans do not emerge from political parties, but rather as ordinary South Africans wanting to contribute their skills and experience to ActionSA’s leadership.
Today’s Council Meeting in Tshwane demonstrates all that is wrong with our political system; while politicians squabble and horse-trade, the residents of our capital city suffer.
ActionSA is proud to announce that two of our members have recorded historic wins in the University of Pretoria SRC elections. Nothando Ngubane won a seat on the SRC, while Nokuthula Mahlalela was elected as the Chairperson of the Faculty House of Education.
Minister Tito Mboweni’s medium-term budget speech has once again failed to provide the fiscal leadership needed in our country, falling far short of making the tough decisions necessary to cut government’s wasteful expenditure and reduce debt.
Today ActionSA has lodged its appeal with the IEC, challenging the decision of the Chief Electoral Officer to reject the registration of our party. According to the Electoral Commissions Act, the appeal against the decision of the Chief Electoral Officer will now be heard by the Commissioners of the IEC.
ActionSA is proud to announce that we have initiated the first in a series of private prosecutions. We have initiated these private prosecutions, fulfilling the first step which is to require the NPA to issue the nollie prosequi certificates that will empower ActionSA to prosecute these matters on behalf of the South African people.
ActionSA is working with the SAPS to investigate the murder case the murder of our slain volunteer, Mothusi Thibedi and offers a R50 000 reward to anyone who can assist the SAPS by providing information that will lead to the successful arrest and prosecution of Thibedi’s murderer.
ActionSA is pleased to inform South Africans that the young female police officer who was allegedly being sexually harassed by the Station Commander at Mashishing Police Station has now been approved for transfer to Eikenhoek as she had long been requesting. There she will be closer to her family and have access to much-needed community support