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Mmusi Maimane returns to Parliament after 4 and a half years

By: Natasha Archary Image: Mmusi Maimane Instagram Build One SA (BOSA) leader, Mmusi Maimane returns to Parliament after 4 and a half years, since leaving the Democratic Alliance (DA). Maimane's party obtained 2 seats in the National Assembly and 1 at the regional level. After securing more than double the required signature submissions to feature on the ballots for the upcoming elections, Mmusi Maimane promises a job in every household. […]


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“A job in every household!” Maimane’s election promise

By: Natasha Archary After securing more than double the required signature submissions to feature on the ballots for the upcoming elections, Mmusi Maimane is promising a job in every household. The Build One South Africa (BOSA) leader who is contesting the 2024 elections in every province shares more with Ayanda Nyathi. "40% of our households in this country are dependent on welfare, on remittances, which means effectively there's no […]


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Build One SA leader Mmusi Maimane announces he is running for President

Zuko Komisa Image: Mmusi Maimane Instagram Build One SA leader Mmusi Maimane announces he is running for President. Mmusi Maimane, the leader of Build One South Africa (Bosa), declared on Saturday that he would be standing for president in the general elections of 2024. Mmusi Maimane, founded BOSA in 2022. Before stepping down in 2019, Maimane led the Democratic Alliance, the major opposition party in the nation, for four years. Bosa celebrated […]


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Maimane pays tribute to Raymond Ackerman, “my mother worked as a cashier and was able to provide for her family”

By: Natasha Archary Image: Mmusi Maimane Twitter Build One South Africa (BOSA) leader, Mmusi Maimane, has paid tribute to Pick n Pay founder, Raymond Ackerman who passed away on Wednesday, 06 September. Maimane took to his social media to post a touching tribute to the 92-year old whose company enabled the politician's mother to provide for her family. The BOSA leader shared that his mother was a cashier at Pick […]


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Maimane encourages Zimbabweans to vote, vote, vote!

By: Natasha Archary Image: Mmusi Maimane Instagram Build One South Africa (BOSA) leader, Mmusi Maimane is encouraging all Zimbabweans to vote on Wednesday, 23 August. Maimane's message of encouragement comes as Zimbabwe holds its National Elections amid the highest inflation rates, since former President Robert Mugabe's reign. Mugabe, was removed from office in 2017, and current President, Emmerson Mnangagwa, from the governing Zanu-PF has led the country since. Mnangagwa's biggest […]



Mmusi Maimane and his wife Natalie celebrate 18 years of marriage

Zuko Komisa Image | @nataliemaimane /Instagram Mmusi Maimane and his wife Natalie celebrate 18 years of marriage. It was a celebration at the Maimane household as they commemorated being two years shy of celebrating two decades of marriage. One SA Movement leader Mmusi and Natalie met 18 years ago at the Community Ministries church in Muldersdrift, north of Johannesburg. According to Weddingetc, before starting a relationship, they were friends for […]


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Mmusi Maimane to open culpable homicide charge against government for death of 3-year old due to loadshedding

By: Natasha Archary Image: 3-year old Neyamiah Eaton who died after her breathing machine stopped working due to loadshedding Supplied by family Build One South Africa (BOSA) leader, Mmusi Maimane will be laying culpable homicide charges against government following the tragic death of a 3-year old due to loadshedding. On Thursday, 25 May, 3-year old Neyamiah Eaton from Bromhof, Johannesburg, died in her mother's arms en-route to hospital, after the […]


Pravin Gordhan's excuses


Gordhan expresses determination to end loadshedding

By: Natasha Archary Image: File Minister of Public Enterprises, Pravin Gordhan has reiterated that government remains committed to ending loadshedding and relieving the hardship that the power crisis has caused. In a statement issued on Monday, 29 May, Gordhan noted that his department had already initiated efforts with the Department of Health and Eskom to identify 213 hospitals for exemption from loadshedding. Of the 213 hospitals, 76 were already excluded, […]


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Mmusi Maimane urges Andre de Ruyter to name and shame minister involved in Eskom corruption

By: Natasha Archary Build One SA (BOSA) leader, Mmusi Maimane is urging ousted Eskom CEO Andre de Ruyter to name and shame the "high-level" politician involved in corruption at the failing power utility. Maimane took to social media to share his message with de Ruyter to come forward and report the matter which according to the BOSA leader he is required by law to do. In an explosive interview, de […]



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