Action Society and Dear South Africa (DearSA) have once again joined forces to encourage participation in the proposed amendments to the Firearms Control Act. Minister Bheki Cele announced on Friday 21 May that amongst others,
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In a noticeably broken society, our team has come together to form a collaborative arm within the community: fighting for justice, mobilising for change and by supporting the vulnerable in need.
Utilizing the framework of our civil rights system we aim to deconstruct the harsh realities that we see daily.
Our goal is to provide a channel that will enable and support a prosperous and safe society.
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Action Society drives several campaigns focusing on:
The fight against child abuse;
The fight against women abuse;
Fighting for the elderly; and
Fighting for animal rights.
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@iamSivN do you agree? Then please support our call and RT #CeleMustGoRead More
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#CeleMustGo Enough Minister Cele, it is time to resign. RT if you agree! His complete lack of executive accountability and continued mismanagement of the police needs to stop. Add your support to our call. Click on the link: https://t.co/b4lvYsbSXMRead More