We encourage a culture where leadership is seen as an act of service, sacrifice, and accountability, not an opportunity for individual benefit/aggrandisement or undemocratic authority. Serving on the NWG is hard work. Please ensure the comrades you nominate have the capacity and commitment to meet the requirements of the our NWG Agreements.
While comrades are free to nominate candidates of their choice, they should strive to ensure that the NWG is collectively representative of Supporters across the Campaign in terms of campaign focus, geographical location, class, race and gender.
- R2K structures (Provicnes & Focus Groups) as well as individual supports can make nominations between 3 and 19 February 2018.
- Any campaign supporter can make a nomination or be nominated.
- Only delegates to the National Summit will eligible for election and be included in the final nomination list (see Eligible Candidates below).
- To make a nomination please complete the nomination form here (and below). Nominations should include the name, photograph and brief written motivation for the comrade, as well as the name of the R2K structure or supporter nominating.
- A provisional list and final of nominations list will be maintained here so supporters across the Campaign can consider nominations.
While initially any R2K supporter can be nominated, in terms of the R2K Constitution only delegates to the National Summit are eligible for election and – after confirming they accept nomination – will be included in the final nomination list. The names of eligible delegates will be updated here:
- KZN Delegates: To be elected at Provincial Summit.
- Gauteng Delegates: To be elected at Provincial Summit.
WC Delegates: To be elected at Provincial Summit.
- Outgoing 2017/ NWG: Cleo Shezi, Dale Mckinley, Ghalib Galant, Jake Dube, Karabo Rajuli, Mhlobo Gunguluzi, Sinenhlanhla Manqele, Siviwe Mdoda, Sthembiso Khuluse, Thabo Maile.