A Little Story
We are an independent progressive non politically aligned Public Benefit Organisation, formally founded in 2016 by seasoned activists advocating for the recognition of the Khoe-San First Nation status and the abolishment of the old apartheid based Racial Categorization still being applied, working towards a racially inclusive society, a liberated and flourishing South Africa. Our input were instrumental in the first ever South African Human Rights Commission Report on the Injustice meted against the Khoe and San, classified as Coloured. IFNASA was established to help Liberate our people who are incorrectly classified as Coloureds. We further build on this with our recent participation in the drive to get the provincial and national elections act reformed.
Who We Are
The Indigenous First Nation Advocacy South Africa (IFNASA) is a Cultural Civil Rights Movement focusing on the Restoration of the Essence of the Classified Coloured People, Seed of the First and Foundation People of South Africa. We are a progressive, politically not-aligned, independent, public benefit organisation, created in 2016 by seasoned activists advocating for the Khoe and San First Nation status, Land restoration, Culture and Language recapture, while we equally advocating for the abolishment of Racial Categorization, and working towards a racially inclusive society, a liberated and flourishing South Africa.
We are equally an “Indigenous Think Tank” who advocate for Aboriginal rights locally and internationally, while seeking solutions to some of our country’s most pressing challenges of: joblessness, poverty eradication, economic inclusiveness, transformative education, quality health care and general upliftment of Indigenous First Nation and All South Africans irrespective of ethnicity.