Be part of a progressive democratic society that promotes collaboration which recognises injustices of our past whilst recognizing the need for progressive nation building.


Dear fellow South Africans

We have great pleasure in welcoming you to the People’s Republic of South Africa.

We look forward to working with you, hand in hand, as we embark on the journey to salvage our South Africa from the grasps of those that have lost sight of the needs of the People.

As we continue to take steps to the advancement of the goal of a truly democratic and prosperous South Africa, we should, at all times, act in accordance with the principles that guide our visions and mission as envisaged in the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa. In that regard, as main guiding principles, we shall:

  • Recognise the injustices of our past;
  • Honour those who suffered for justice and freedom in our land;
  • Respect those who have worked to build and develop our country; and
  • Believe that South Africa belongs to all who live in it, united in our diversity.
Unity for ALL

The vision of PROSA is to be the leading party in uniting all South Africans, creating solidarity across all South Africans without distinction on races, gender or religious belief; to distribute land and wealth in a truly progressive democratic manner and to promote collaboration which recognises injustices of our past whilst recognising the need for progressive nation building.

The PROSA commits itself to:
  1. Offer the people of South Africa a solid social contract based on shared principles and values with an unconditional mission to uphold the country’s Constitution and maintain the quality of life of every citizen and to effect good governance.
  2. To be the leader in addressing the critical political and socio-economic ills of our country, in particular the eradication of poverty, by addressing unemployment, homelessness, dreaded diseases and, crime.
  3. To creating an enabling environment that promotes personal and individual initiative for meaningful development. This will include true property rights that ensure that all South African hold tittle deed to a piece of land.
  4. To protect, preserve, develop and unlock human, natural and material resources in areas of great needs in partnership with civil society, in the most responsible and equitable non-discriminatory and just way in improving the quality of life of all citizens of our country.
  5. To provide better care of the sick, investigation into their problems, and further education of those who serve.
  6. Growing the movement of leaders who work to ensure that kids growing up in poverty get an excellent education.
  7. Referendum on the death penalty to end the overwhelming violence and abuse of defenceless and vulnerable women, children, people living with albinism, the mentally and physically impaired and the LGBT community.

As you have heeded the call, we urge you to further invite and convince all citizens of South Africa who support these principles to join our efforts.


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Grant R. SonGauteng Leader

Grant Son is an experienced-seasoned executive manager and a successful entrepreneur. Due to his love for his country and refusing to accept the decaying state of South Africa’s democracy, Grant has accepted the call to salvage South Africa from the grasp of those who have lost sight of the needs of the People of the Republic of South Africa.

Grant’s management and leadership capabilities has seen him being entrusted by blue chip companies like Verizon (MTN) and Coca-Cola SABCO.

At a time in which South Africa is facing  record levels of inequality, poverty and unemployment, the business acumen and leadership of the likes of Grant come at an opportune time for the advancement of the interests of South Africa.

As a leader Grant provides decisiveness in being able to start projects, provide growth and, providing stability is exactly what South Africa need is of.

Buyelwa M. BomelaWestern Cape Leader

A woman of strength who has bucked all stereotypes and made her name in the waste management and security industries which are still very much male dominated industries.


Buyelwa’s presence in PROSA’s leadership is a true reflection of PROSA’s quest for a real inclusive South Africa which takes note of, and makes use of the strength brought about by women who are at the helm.

True to her nature of being an all-out servant, Buyelwa has taken the task of leading PROSA in her quest to bring about the realization that governance is about the people. As such decided to be part of a Political Party that will be accountable to the People and has its allegiance to the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa.


Join Online

Registration is made easy through our online member registration form that is available right HERE, on our website.

Simply follow the link and an easy to use form will be presented for you to enter your details. Please rest assured that your information is safe with us as our systems are designed in compliance with the Protection of Personal Information Act of 2013.

Send us an Email

Alternatively, you can send us a brief email and our office will get back to you with the necessary details and a soft copy of the paper-based form.

We encourage you to interact with our office on any matter relating to the party, including membership as well as the vision, and our office will definately give you attention via

Visit our Offices

Face-to-face is even better – at the heart of the party is the people, the people that are working behind the scenes, the communities we serve, the beautiful Nation and You, brought together by the spirit of Ubuntu.

This is the reason why we always welcome all walk-in visits for registrations, general enquiries and most importantly suggestions on how we can better serve our people through our office located at: PROSA, 5 Lincoln Street, Bellville, 7530.


Restoring National Identity

Committing to eradicate the record levels of inequality, poverty and unemployment in our society. Eradicating the concept of “our own” and therefore bringing about a sense of national identity.

Standing up for all South Africans without having to fall on the identity-racial politics parade. Committing to being for all South Africans, transcending race, gender, religion, class in uniting all the country’s many sub-groups.

Expropriation of Land without Compensation.

PROSA agrees on land expropriation without compensation, given the demographic support for it in parliament earlier this year. The rollout of land expropriation has been marred with tedious mechanisms and gross corruption with very little evidence of success.

These problematic circumstances must be guarded by proposed expropriation laws to mediate the inevitable conflicts between private real property rights and the public need for that same land. We therefore must emphasize that government urgently addresses this matter and follow up with clear step-by-step processes to educate the public on the best way forward.

Taking a stand to stamp out crime, violence and abuse

Referendum on the death penalty to end the overwhelming violence and abuse of defenceless and vulnerable women, children, people living with albinism, the mentally and physically impaired and the LGBT community.