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build one south africa with mmusi maimane

Mmusi Maimane

Party Leader

Born in 1980, Mmusi grew up in Soweto and matriculated from Allen Glen High School in 1997. With two master's degrees—in Public Administration and Theology—and a Ph.D. in economic development underway, Mmusi’s desire to use every opportunity afforded him has built his career in business and community work.

Mmusi is also an ordained pastor, a man of faith who has headed up the Liberty Church Discovery campus for many years. He has preached on several local and international platforms. Most recently, Mmusi was the Leader of the Official Opposition in South Africa, a position he held for more than 5 years. During that time, he championed the fight against government corruption which steals resources from the poor.

Mmusi has been married to Natalie since 2005 and they have three children, two daughters Kgalaletso and Kutlwano, and a son Daniel.

Nobuntu Hlazo-Webster

Deputy Leader

Nobuntu Hlazo-Webster is co-founder and Deputy Leader of BOSA. A respected business and community leader, Ms. Hlazo-Webster has led numerous development and advocacy organizations including the Businesswomen’s Association of SA as Chairperson, the International Women’s Forum as President of its youth chapter and the KZN Youth Chamber of Commerce as Regional Chair and as Provincial Secretary-General.
Nobuntu holds a BPhil Honours degree and several post-graduate business qualifications. She sits on various NPO boards and is involved in numerous community initiatives—including the foundation of the SA Women’s Commission, which assembles women from all walks of life to collaborate in contributing to change in South Africa.
She has been married to her husband Ayanda Webster since 2007 and together they are blessed with two sons, Buyanda and Bukhosi.

BOSA Values

Equity Unity

Equity, Unity & Inclusiveness

We believe in one South Africa, where all citizens have equal access and opportunity. South Africans are stronger together—when learning from each other—in achieving the shared goal of creating a prosperous, safe and thriving country.


At the core of ubuntu is the recognition of the dignity of each human being. We recognise the dignity of every citizen and strive to maintain and restore the dignity of every South African with every action we take, with every programme and policy we establish.


We serve the greater good of the collective—as active members of our communities we seek to contribute to their development and growth responsibly. We build trust between each other and seek to gain and maintain the trust of the general public by aligning our actions with the values we profess.

Together, we can build a better, stronger and more representative South Africa for all.

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