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amandla.mobi is a movement of 105789 people taking action to build a more just people-powered Mzansi. We're working to turn every cell phone into a democracy tool, so that those most affected by injustice, Black women, can mobilise in numbers that challenge power.

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The Department of Home Affairs (DHA) has released its Green Paper on International Migration. As part of a public consultation process, we have until the 30th of September 2016 to submit comments on the Paper [1]  Positive aspects of the Green Paper - The Green Paper calls for the further decolonising of South Africa’s immigration policy, and to address the bias that favour immigrants from Europe over African countries. - The low-skilled regional work visa proposal, if properly implemented and... Read more

Denied access. That’s what Pastor Steven Anderson’s application to enter Mzansi reads. The Department of Home Affairs’ Minister Gigaba announced the news in a media briefing in Cape Town.   Read more

Writing you this update was hard. Despite families' and professionals’ concerns, intervention by Civil society and our campaign, psychiatric patients were relocated to ill-equipped NGOs from Life Esidimeni. Now, barely 3 months later, 36 of them have died [1]. As if to add salt to injury, some families were notified of their loved ones' deaths more than a week after the fact. We cannot sit and wait for more patients to die, let us pressure the MEC and Premier of Gauteng to act on... Read more