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South Africa is often referred to as a ‘world in one country’, but what makes South Africa so special? A country with a turbulent past, a rainbow nation of cultures and cuisines, endless hours of sunshine and unsurpassed natural beauty. The answer is her PEOPLE, the citizens of this country. The Civic Movement champions people and community.

Undoubtedly South Africa has a promising future, but it rests in the hands of our communities. The time has come for communities to to take their rightful place in street committees, ward committees, local councils and district councils. A civic is the basis on which citizens stand; the soil – the land – the foundation – the country. Standing firm on the solid foundation of CMOSA. Every village, every town, every suburb, every street block deserves representation.

Citizens of South Africa in every community, have your say and make your voice heard.

Do you dream of a better future?

Do you want to build a better South Africa for your children and grandchildren?

Do you want improve the livelihoods of countless people?

Local Elections 2021: Our Councillors are selfless, objective, accountable, open, honest and above all leaders with integrity. They are guided by considered evidence,  real world experience and expertise, conscience and by their constituents.  They are free from the control of any political party, pressure group or whip.  They are non-discriminatory, ethical and committed to pluralism.  They make decisions transparently and openly at every stage and level of the political process, enabling people to see how decisions are made and the evidence on which they are based.   They listen, consulting communities constantly and innovatively.  They treat political opponents with courtesy and respect, challenging them when they are wrong, and agreeing with them when they are right.  They resist abuses of power and patronage and promote democracy at every level.  They work with other elected CIVIC Independents to serve the needs of their constituents.

If you believe you can win your ward and be a serving councillor, let us know by filling out the form below.

 

How many people in your ward know you? Why would they vote for you? Do not be humble.

We – every citizen of every community –  have the power to stand firm and proud, on the unified ground of the Civic Movement