ActionSA will be writing to the National Director of Public Prosecution, Advocate Shamila Batohi, demanding an investigation into the decision not to oppose bail for hardened criminal, Kaizer Gwebu, who has once again been set loose on the public.
On Saturday, 26 June 2021, our historic Candidate Election System will kick into high gear as physical voting stations open across Johannesburg, Tshwane and Ekurhuleni. Already, thousands of residents across Gauteng have cast their votes through online voting which began this past Monday.
Today, the criminal known as Kaizer Gwebu will appear before court in a bail proceeding following his re-arrest for the contravention of his parole conditions.
Today, ActionSA launched our Voter Registration Campaign aimed at empowering the 18.3 million South Africans, who did not vote at the last National Elections to take back their political power and help us fix South Africa.
ActionSA has received correspondence from the Minister of Home Affairs, Dr Aaron Motsoaledi, on concerns regarding the influx of undocumented persons in Tshwane and its surroundings.
ActionSA is proud to announce the addition of Mr Mustafa Darsot to the many great South Africans serving in our Senate – the party’s highest decision-making body outside of an elective conference.
Our voting process allows citizens to reclaim their political power, by giving them the opportunity to directly elect the mayoral and ward councillor candidates they want to represent ActionSA on the ballot paper in the upcoming Local Government Elections.
Today, ActionSA President, Herman Mashaba, the ActionSA Youth Advisory Council (YAC), and members of the Hector Pieterson and Mbuyisa Makhubu families commemorated Youth Day in Soweto – in honour of the class of 1976 who stood up against the apartheid government and laid down their lives for a free South Africa for all.
ActionSA in KwaZulu Natal (KZN) has launched an unprecedented 50 branches in the province as of this past weekend. This includes branches in the eThekwini Metropolitan, Amajuba District Municipality, and on 12 June 2021, 15 new branches in iLembe District Municipality.
This past week, ActionSA President, Herman Mashaba, met with the families of Hector Pieterson and Mbuyisa Makhubu, brave young people from Sam Nzima’s iconic image of the 1976 Soweto uprising.
ActionSA’s legal team has written to the Provincial Commissioner of the South African Police Services in Mpumalanga, demanding answers as to why Kaizer Gwebu continues to be out on bail while having violated the terms of his parole.
With the easing of lockdown restrictions at the beginning of the year, I have been able to spend more time engaging with fellow South Africans in communities across Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal and the Western Cape.