ActionSA is deeply saddened by the tragic death of Mothusi Thibedi, one of our most esteemed volunteers in Soweto.
A resident of Moroka North in Soweto, Thibedi was a businessman involved in the funeral services sector and a trusted community leader and social activist.
ActionSA has resolved that our most fundamental task is to provide a new alternative, one that rises above the meagre offerings of our political system; one that gives all South Africans hope again.
Over the course of this weekend, the ActionSA Interim Senate met to set the strategic agenda of our organisation. The members of this Interim Senate are seated here before you. They represent a stunning diversity of experience, youth and skills.
Join CUT for the 6th Annual Herman Mashaba Lecture on Entrepreneurship, as we host Prince Michael of Liechtenstein, an internationally recognized scholar in Entrepreneurship as this years guest lecturer.
For over 9 years the people of Mashishing have been crying out for help to have their concerns and complaints addressed. On 29 September 2020, an ActionSA delegation led by Herman Mashaba met with the Mashishing Civic Coalition (MCC) in response to their calls for help.
The following remarks were delivered today by Herman Mashaba, President of ActionSA, at the 2020 Annual Conference of the Institute of Risk Management South Africa (IRMSA). IRMSA is the Professional Body for Risk Management in South Africa.
Over 2 million South Africans have lost gainful employment in 2020, and with it the means to provide for their families and improve their lives. It is disgraceful that while many close to government have come out of the lockdown as COVID-millionaires, over 2 million more South Africans have come out of it without a job.