Agang SA today announced its national leadership team at the launch of the party’s manifesto at the Saulsville Arena in Atteridgeville, outside Pretoria.
Mamphela Ramphele talks about the power and role of women in South Africa - and around the world - to lead change.
Agang SA welcomes all citizens to the launch of its Election Manifesto on Saturday March 8, 2014 at Saulsville Arena, Attridgeville, Pretoria.
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Agang SA believes the South African government’s foreign policy should reflect our Constitution and therefore its freedoms.
At a time when hard-pressed citizens are suffering from inflation, climbing interest rates, and the knock-on effects a weakened Rand, it is ludicrous to conceive of burdening them with extra road taxes.
Agang notes media reports of alleged management impropriety leveled at the Pan South African Language Board (PanSALB), whose stated goal is to develop the country’s 11 official languages and to promote multilingualism in South Africa.
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Mamphela Ramphele - leader of Agang SA - gives a citizen's state of the nation address.
There was more greenery than usual in the Eastern Cape town of Stutterheim over the weekend. A horde of green-shirted Agang SA members descended on the town from all parts of the Eastern Cape to convene a Provincial Structure and to compile the party's Eastern Cape candidate lists.
The election on May 7, 2014 will be the most closely contested in the history of our young democracy.
February 18th, 2013, Mamphela Ramphele stood at the Constitutional Court and launched the platform, Agang SA.
On Sunday, Citizen Ramphele visited Ekangala, near Bronkhorstspruit, an area that has been hit by protest violence recently.
Agang City of Johannesburg (CoJ) region announced the launch of a branch in Soweto on Saturday. The branch was established in Ward 41 which constitute parts of Meadowlands in Soweto.