The time has come for an African revival forged on political redress, emotional healing and inclusive economic growth.
It is time for an action-driven generation to Reimagine South Africa and recognise that democracy was not the end, it was just the beginning.
Meet the ReimagineSA founders and team; a group of activists who put Ubuntu at the centre of reimagining our future and restoring the dream of our celebrated political settlement of 1994.
Why we exist
ReimagineSA believes the values captured in the Preamble of the Constitution are key to driving the kind of nation-wide healing that fosters trust, inspires collective action and drives inclusive economic growth. We work through patrons, partners and activators to help:
ReimagineSA exists to help everyone living in South Africa experience Ubuntu by enabling and connecting people, initiatives and institutions working to realise the unkept promise of a hard-fought democracy. We achieve this through:
What we do
ReimagineSA believes in the kind of advocacy that drives sustainable activism and shifts our paradigm from donors in charity, to patrons of social impact. We are proactively building an ecosystem of active citizens that believe in the virtuous circle of profit and purpose.
ReimagineSA Impact Ecosystem
We believe in supporting social activators.
So that they can accelerate their ideals when they are connected to something bigger than themselves, through our model for advocacy, sustainable action and proactive network build.
We the activists
To travel fast, go alone… to travel far, go together. – African Proverb
Who’s an activist? You are!
And so is anyone who cares about challenging systems that don’t work anymore. Anyone that wants to express their care. Anyone who wants “better” for themselves, for their community and their country. Sometimes it’s people with complementary skills, sometimes it’s corporate muscle, sometimes it’s a mentor or anyone who opts to build a new legacy. It is always someone looking for an opportunity to live out the essence of Ubuntu.