Fellow South Africans, ActionSA has consistently been driven by South Africa’s potential to forge a more equal, fair, and prosperous nation.
When I unveiled ActionSA’s South African Dream in February – at the very factory where I first introduced ‘Black Like Me’ in Ga-Rankuwa Industrial Park, Tshwane in 1985 – I presented a vision for a nation where race, gender, sexuality, or any other demographic factors no longer dictate the barriers one might face in life.
“Imagine a future South Africa where our country is healed from its painful past. A South Africa defined by hope and prosperity. A country that inspires patriotism, that its people are proud to call their home,” I then remarked.