Today, Saturday 17 September 2022, ActionSA Tshwane Regional Executive Committee (REC) led by Chairperson, Oupa Mathibela, resolved to accelerate campaigns and visibility events at a meeting held to discuss strategy in anticipation of 2024 and beyond.
The announcement that Eskom has moved South Africa to stage 5 loadshedding typifies just how incapable the ANC is of running this country.
ActionSA extends its deepest condolences to the families of the horrific crash in Pongola, KZN allegedly caused by trucks overtaking each other over a solid line which is against the rules of the road.
ActionSA welcomes eThekwini Municipality closing of Durban’s beaches due to the concern over the quality of the seawater.
ActionSA UCT is disappointed to have had our society chapter’s launch event scheduled today, Friday 16 September 2022, cancelled by the University of Cape Town’s Election Commission (EC) and the Department of Student Affairs, barely two hours before the commencement of the event.
ActionSA continues to grow across all provinces with every waking day and we are pleased that our offer and plan to fix South Africa is resonating with more and more South Africans.
Yesterday, 15 September 2022, ActionSA Tshwane Regional Chairperson, Mr Oupa Mathibela, accompanied by the MMC for Housing and Human Settlement, Cllr Abel Tau, conducted a site inspection at Skierlik Informal Settlement in Pieneaarspoort following an invitation from our Branch Chairperson, Thembinkosi Magagula.
ActionSA calls on the eThekwini Municipality to be honest about the current levels of sewage bacteria (E-coli) in the water and not to put the health and lives of residents, tourists and employees at risk.
ActionSA is concerned that the City of Tshwane Special Council meeting scheduled for this morning to deal with the forensic report into the Rooiwal Wastewater Treatment Plant has been postponed for the third time.
ActionSA will, in the next Council meeting, table a motion of no confidence against the Chair of Chairs in the City of Johannesburg, Cllr Colleen Makhubele.
ActionSA Tshwane Regional Chairperson, Oupa Mathibela, was today accompanied by Cllr Abel Tau, Tshwane MMC for Housing and Human Settlement, to visit a lethal manhole in Extension 11 Mamelodi East.
This ruling is a humiliating defeat to the ANC and EFF voting bloc which called this meeting with the sole purpose of trying to take back the City of Johannesburg through an unlawful coup
ActionSA President Herman Mashaba writes an open letter to the Minister of Police, Bheki Cele, to express his deep concern that law enforcement is not taking seriously the matter related to the 32 counts of rape that emanate from the gruesome attack that took place on 28 July 2022 at an illegal mine in Krugersdorp.