Role of Affiliate Organisations

Since the ULA itself has no memberships or branch structures, all ground-level activities are executed by the affiliate organisations. These include:

  • Ensuring that as many persons as possible register their vote for independence on the ULA independence register;
  • Recruiting further members for their respective organisations, thereby strengthening their effectiveness as well as the mandate for independence;
  • Ensuring the safety, security and self-sufficiency of their communities, while acting within national and international law;
  • Providing evidence to the ULA of crimes against minorities and illegal land grabs, thereby strengthening the international case for independence and assistance;
  • Educating their members about the feasibility and benefits of independence and the process to be followed;
  • Appointing members to the Congress of Representatives;

All organisations are to collaborate to the maximum extent possible, to the benefit of all.


Leadership

The Co-presidents of the ULA in South Africa are:

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Elroy Baron is an accomplished political and Khoi leader. He has been the elected Chief of the Gouriqua tribe since 2007 and works tirelessly towards ensuring a prosperous future for the First Nations.

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Hein Marx is an accomplished entrepreneur and former presidential spokesman. Hein has been directly and indirectly involved in high level politics for nearly 30 years.

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