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[WATCH] Mashaba ready for launch of new political party on 29 August

We are a mere two days to the launch of our new party, what promises to be a historical moment in the South African political landscape.

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Department of Mineral Resources finally complies with Lily Mine PAIA request

This is a significant victory in our battle to ultimately see the retrieval of the container in which the remains of Yvonne Mnisi, Pretty Nkambule and Solomon Nyarende have been trapped underground for over 4 years.

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We Need a New Kind of Politics in South Africa – an Age of Action Over Words

Let’s face it, South African politics has become a space where very little is done proportionally to the amount of noise that emanates out of it. 

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Join Me - Register to Shape Our Political Future!

If we want to change this, we need to change the system itself. I cannot help but get the sense, that the mood in South Africa has changed and now, more than ever before, is the time to take action and build the country we know if possible.  

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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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