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amandla.mobi is a movement of 119967 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.

Anyone can join our movement by sending an SMS, pls call me, or Whatsapp msg to 07435 POWER. Or sign up here.

Is there an issue in your community you want to campaign on? We can support you to set up and launch a campaign.

Is there an issue in your community you want to campaign on? We can support you to set up and launch a campaign.

amandla.mobi is working to be funded by everyday people like you. To challenge power in Mzansi, we don't accept funding from corporations, our political parties or our government. To remain independent and non-partisan, we rely on donations from every day people like you.

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In less than a week the Fees Commission will stop receiving public comments on how to fund higher education in Mzansi. Given historical challenges, and the quest for justice by the Fee Must Fall movement, we have to use this opportunity to call for a transformed and decolonized education system. Click here to send your submission directly to the Fees Commission: https://goo.gl/rzmPdG Read more

We delivered the names of over 26,000 people to government's Telecommunications Portfolio Committee. Our voices were heard, with President Zuma announcing at SONA that "lowering of data costs is uppermost in government's policies and plans" [1][2]. But our leaders have failed to commit to our demand of at least a 50% cut in the price of data, or outline a concrete plan and timeframe. We won't make #DataMustFall happen overnight, but the amandla .mobi team will continue to monitor government's plans and work with you... Read more

Our thoughts are with the families of Lily Mine workers. This Monday 27th February marks the beginning of an inquiry into the cause of the horrific collapse that left Pretty Nkambule, Solomon Nyerende and Yvonne Mnisi trapped underground at Lily Mine, for over a year. The inquiry into the cause of the avoidable collapse is set to last about 3 weeks; but it is widely expected to ensure truth, justice, and due compensation for the families, and all those affected. Read more