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Stevens Mokgalapa

Sarah Sikhosana

The voices of women, children and people living with disabilities need to be heard. My role is to ensure that we draft inclusive legislation, focusing on social justice and human rights, and incorporating good governance and transparency in this process.

With 10 years' experience in community development, Sarah is a GIBS graduate in Social Entrepreneursim, a Public Management and Governance graduate of UNISA Business School, and a YALI Alumni which is an initiative by Barack Obama. She is also a paralegal.

Founder of RUDO Institute in Daveyton, RUDO is dedicated to access to affordable vocational, technical and higher education. A strong advocate for social justice and human rights, she is committed to access for women, children and people with disabilitites.

She is passionate about taking that experience into Parliament.



Roger Solomons

"If you are not happy with the country, you need to participate. You are Plan A. You are the one you have been waiting for."

From a young age, Roger has been actively involved in politics, community work, and faith-based projects. At 37 years of age, Roger has an already esteemed career in public service, first in the Mayor of Cape Town's office, and then as Chief of Staff to the Minister of Public Works in national government.

Roger is a hands-on leader who is ready to serve his community in Parliament.



Madiseng Phala

Lemo Nkomo

Kwandile Sikhosana

"We have the responsibilities to fix all of the challenges of South Africa. I am committing myself to the service that is required of every person young and old so that this country can be great. Because this country is great."

Western Cape BOSA leader, Kwandile is an entrepreneur with numerous awards Premier of Gauteng: Service Excellence Award in Education, Mail and Guardian Top 200 Award in Education, News24 Young Mandela's Ambassador, Teach SDG ambassador. He is a TEDx speaker, Former Ekurhuleni University Deputy Chairperson, Former Gauteng Youth Leader for NAFCOC. He is a co-founder of the Rudo Institute and Daveyton Book Club and an advocate for equal and equitable access to education in South Africa.

He is also the author of "Financing Higher Education," which delves into innovative mechanisms to fund higher education.



Kathy Berman

Keaitumela Gabonewe

"I grew up in a rural village and continue to work in rural areas. My political career will focus on development in rural communities and on the youth. I would also like to encourage young people to get involved in politics to deliver the country we want."

Keaitumela has a BA in International Relations and a Higher Certificate in Education. Formerly a teacher, Keaitumela's extensive startup experience with an agricultural enterprise informs his knowledge of working in rural communities. Keaitumela manages Raise the Children, an NGO that educates orphans and opens up opportunities for a better life.


Julia Maluleke

"As a woman representative in a rural area, I am acutely aware of how little women's voices are heard. I look forward to representing women in parliament and to continue to ensure that there is equality, fairness and diversity - urban, rural, gender, abilities, ages, economic levels - and ultimately to ensure that there is a job in every home."

Julia Maluleke is a community builder, from rural Limpopo, and serves as a PR Councillor in the Greater Letaba Municipality. She is married and blessed with two sons. From her service with the Democratic Alliance (DA) (2013-2019), she joined Mmusi Maimane when One South Africa (OSA) was established where she served as the Limpopo Provincial Coordinator.


Ezekiel Maunatlala

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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