Today, I have written to the Mayor of Tshwane, Randall Williams, demanding that the City open an investigation into the R80 million salaries bungle engineered by the Democratic Alliance (DA).
For many members of the LGBTQI+ community, June is celebrated as Pride Month – a practice originating in the United States, in commemoration of the Stonewall Riots in June 1969 in protest of the continued victimisation of the gay community by the police.
Today, ActionSA President, Herman Mashaba, together with communities from across Gauteng, handed over a memorandum to the office of Gauteng Police Commissioner, Lieutenant General Elias Mawela, demanding police fight criminals instead of communities.
I have written to the Speaker of Parliament, the Honourable Thandi Modise, demanding that the National Assembly condemn the actions of Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader, the dishonourable Julius Malema, following his threat to kill a fellow member of the Pan African Parliament.
Yesterday, ActionSA conducted an oversight visit of hijacked buildings in Yeoville, Johannesburg. During our visit, law-abiding residents demonstrated how buildings in the inner city have been hijacked by a criminal syndicate operating in the area.
ActionSA’s legal team, acting on behalf of the families and former miners, made submissions detailing the obscene delays in the business rescue proceedings that began in 2018. Our submissions detailed the extent of human suffering and the denial of human rights to the former miners and families in terms of their ability to retrieve the bodies of their loved ones, trapped underground since February 2016.
The MPDF is established by the Political Party Funding Act of 2018 (the Act), and is a fund, administered by the IEC, into which donors may make donations.
The families of the Lily Mine tragedy and ActionSA are disappointed by the postponement of court proceedings against Kaizer Gwebu. The accused is alleged to have torched the settlement occupied by protesting Lily Mine families who camped outside the mine for over two years, seeking justice for their loved ones.