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It’s simple! Join the IFNASA POWER community, by filling out the online membership form, or Sms (Sms facility to be activated on the 1st July 2018), WhatsApp us on 0610845053 with your name and contact details so that we can contact you.

Useful questions and answers

1Why and when was IFNASA created?
Indigenous First Nation Advocacy South Africa (IFNASA) was founded by Anthony Phillip Williams and launched on the 29th August 2016, to tackle the Leadership, Empowerment and Services vacuum in our communities.
2Who governs IFNASA?
IFNASA has been governed and supported by the generosity of a number of Board Members.
3Is IFNASA a registered organization?
Indigenous First Nation Advocacy South Africa (IFNASA) is a Registered Public Benefit Organization (PBO), operating from Johannesburg. We are registered with the South African Revenue Services (SARS) as a Tax Exempted Organization and our books are audited. IFNASA PBO Number is: 930054298 and our Tax Exempt Number is: 9629615171
4Is the Organization audited?
Once the IFNASA POWER platform is fully operational, we will appoint an independent audit firm to keep record of how we apply the money in line with good accounting practice, including the project objectives and the promises made to the people on the ground.
5Is the platform already operational?
The Indigenous First Nation Advocacy South Africa (IFNASA) has been operational since 2016. However, IFNASA POWER wants to categorically state that the first three months will be the initiation phase in which funds will be accumulated for the preparation of the planned empowerment activities and it will come with much trial, with the help of our accountants we will ensure that we mitigate and minimize the mistakes.
6What are the different types of membership
There are 2 types of membership, i.e. Ordinary membership and Active membership.
Ordinary members are those who are affiliated to the organisation, without benefits.
Active members are those whose membership subscriptions are paid and have full benefits
  • IFNASA lodged a case in the Constitutional Court of South Africa on 23rd September 2016 claiming back the Land Dispossessed and Identity Loss the Khoe and San suffered during colonialism and apartheid.
  • IFNASA unapologetically fights for the Rights of the Coloured People of South Africa.
  • IFNASA leadership has been in the forefront of many community protests and fighting for Equality, Fairness and Justice.
  • IFNASA, with other leaders, launched the Patriots For Equality (PFE), who has been leading the Education injustice in Gauteng schools like Klipspruit West Secondary School, Noordgesig Primary School and Eldorado Park Secondary. (Media newspapers, YouTube and television hold many proof)
  • IFNASA managed to get Noordgesig (a predominantly Coloured community) youth re-instated at the clinic when their contracts were unjustly terminated in February/March 2018.
  • IFNASA helped our North West Provincial Leader organize protest in Alabama (a predominantly Coloured community) requesting a police station.
  • IFNASA, with the support of seasoned Leaders in Kwa-Zulu Natal, undertook a provincial road-show to educate and conscientize our people regarding their true identity and the constitutional court case in 2016.
  • IFNASA is the first organization who protested at the national elective conference of the ruling party for the entire five days during December 2017 at Nasrec, Johannesburg.
  • IFNASA unapologetically fights against the oppression and marginalization of the Coloured – Khoe – San People of South Africa;
  • IFNASA is Not a Coloured Nationalist movement, but a progressive pressure group against the blatant and glaring socio-economic exclusion of so labeled Coloured People across South Africa.
  • IFNASA just launched our inaugural Khoe San Land Summit at Kwa-Eden Hotel & Conference from 24th – 27th April 2018.

IFNASA current and past Community Activities