The beginning of a new political project that puts your voice first!

On 6th of December 2019, The People’s Dialogue began a campaign to engage South Africans about the future they want for their country.

The campaign sought to facilitate a solutions-oriented conversation between South Africans around key issues relating to Corruption, Jobs & Economy, Crime & Security, Immigration, Redressing the Legacy of our Unjust Past, and the Political System.

The response to the campaign was overwhelming, soliciting over 2.4 million engagements resulting in over 125,000 substantive submissions. Beyond these numbers, what I found humbling was the extent to which people poured their hearts and minds into their contributions – submitting entire turnaround strategies and plans to fix our country.

Click here  to download the full report of The People's Dialogue
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Our new party will take action to #PutSouthAfricanWomenFirst

This morning Herman Mashaba hosted a virtual Women’s Day Event that served as a platform for a diverse group of South African women to share their inputs as we work to develop the policies of our new political party to be launched on the 29th of August. The event was addressed by Dr Makhosi Khoza, Vytjie Mentor, Connie Mashaba, Bronwyn Litkie (SA Women Fight Back), and other activists for women’s right. In commemoration of Women’s Month and Women’s Day 2020, this morning I hosted an engagement with a number of South African women to hear their inputs on how our new party can assist in addressing the challenges they face on a daily basis.

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DMRE Now Stalling Release of Lily Mine Documents

This latest obstruction is another in a long line of efforts to frustrate the families and former miners from having the dignity of burying their loved ones and holding mine management to account for the negligence found to have taken place.

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'Abel Tau Latest South African to Join Our New Party' - Herman Mashaba

When I announced the formation of our new party, I made a few things clear. We do not want to be a home for politicians who have failed our residents, and any politician joining us would need to pass through the proverbial eye of the needle. It is my view that Abel passes both of these tests with flying colours. 

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