Mossel Bay, Western Cape, South Africa
ULA Freedom Congress

Independence from South Africa


Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety  - BF

Stand up and be counted. Choose Freedom and Liberty

This website is driven by an alliance of several organisations to demonstrate the tremendous support for self-determination among minority groups in South Africa. The mandate will be used to obtain self-determination for the oppressed minority groups. According to international law, this process requires a mandate of more than 2 million votes.


Final ultimatum to the South African Government to call a referendum

On 26/2/2019, the Sheriff of the Court, on behalf of the ULA, delivered a final ultimatum to call a referendum for independence, to President Ramaphoza. This ultimatum sets out in no uncertain terms, that the collective punishment and racial discrimination will no longer be accepted or tolerated by minorities in South Africa.

This letter concludes the internal remedial process and proof that we have exhausted all internal remedies to seek a satisfactory solution. Independence is the only option forward!



Despite the current situation, the solution is simpler than many people may realise. There is a region in SA that is fundamentally different from the rest of the country. A region that was independent for almost 300 years until 1910, and by rights should never have been incorporated into SA. A region where the vast majority of the inhabitants are members of the oppressed brown and white minorities and speak the shared Afrikaans language. 

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The United Liberty Alliance (ULA) is a civil rights movement focussed on the self-determination of the oppressed minorities in Southern Africa. These minorities include the descendants of:

  • The Khoi and San, the aboriginal peoples of Southern Africa; and
  • People from Continental Europe, the British Isles and even North America who settled in Southern Africa from as early as 1652; and
  • Slaves and indentured individuals brought to Southern Africa before 1900, primarily from Malaysia, India and Indonesia.

The ULA is an umbrella body that unifies a multitude of minority-led organisations through the common goal of independence. The ULA itself does not have any members, instead relying on the membership of its affiliate organisations. 

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