With 32 million doses expected in 2021, capable of vaccinating 20 million people, the focus has understandably been on the inadequacy of South Africa’s procurement plans and the possible implications of 3rd and 4th waves of infections.
I am proud to announce that Adriaan Groenewald has volunteered to serve as ActionSA’s independent Chief Leadership Officer. This is the first step that ActionSA will be taking to entrench a culture of ethical leadership in our party as we prepare to govern in 2021 and beyond.
As young South Africans we suffer disproportionately from the failures of our government. Over 60% of young people are unemployed, we bear the brunt of our broken education system and young women are brutalised daily in our country.
Hope is not lost. Despite all the negativity, corruption, and the challenges we face, we CAN and MUST build an inclusive, and more prosperous South Africa.
ActionSA is pleased to welcome former City of Joburg Councillor for Ward 23, Sarah Wissler, to our Local Government Election Campaign Team.
Today, 5 February 2021, marks the particularly sad occasion of 5 years since the collapse of Lily Mine in Mpumalanga. Yet, despite this sadness, hope remains that the container will be retrieved and proper burials afforded to the 3 trapped miners.
During last night’s address, President Cyril Ramaphosa confirmed that the Cabinet had resolved to nominate the Cuban doctors, brought into South Africa, for the Nobel Peace Prize
The statement released by the Jacob Zuma Foundation this morning confirms that the former President will not be appear at the State Capture Commission of Enquiry in continued defiance of the rule of law in our country.
Reports emerging from numerous sources indicate that former President Jacob Zuma may be readying to jet out of South Africa to Russia in what is believed to be a bid to avoid his appointment with the State Capture Commission.
Last night ActionSA held a webinar with ActionSA President Herman Mashaba, former IEC Deputy Chairperson Terry Tselane, and Constitutional Law Expert Mark Oppenheimer on calls made by the EFF and ANC to delay the 2021 local government elections to 2024.
ActionSA welcomes today’s judgement handed down in the Constitutional Court, compelling Former President Jacob Zuma to testify before the Zondo Commission of Inquiry into State Capture.
ActionSA has taken the step of writing to the leaders of a several of opposition parties in our country, to initiate a multi-party engagement platform. The purpose of this engagement is to build the common ground to respond more effectively to the crisis created by government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.