Urgent Notice – IFNASA would like to inform esteem members of the community that due to unforeseen circumstances, the Land and Economic Summit of 24th – 28th October 2018 has been “Postponed” until further notice.
Join IFNASA Power platform today and #TAKEYOURPOWERBACK
UPCOMING EVENT: IFNASA will be having a “Identity, Land and Economic Round Table” in Cape Town, 24th November 2018.
UPCOMING EVENT: IFNASA POWER will soon launch its groundbreaking #TAKEYOURPOWERBACK Community Renewal Projects Nationwide.
IFNASA In Conversation: with Dr. Don Mattera at the end of September 2018. Email us at info@ifnasa.co.za for further details.

THE PEOPLE LIBERATE THEMSELVES

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PAST Events

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24 - 27 April 2018, Johannesburg


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About Us

Who is IFNASA?

Indigenous First Nation Advocacy South Africa (IFNASA) is a progressive, politically not-aligned, independent, public benefit organisation, created in 2016 by seasoned activists advocating for the Khoe-San First Nation status, advocating the abolishment of Racial Categorization, working towards a racially inclusive society, a liberated and flourishing South Africa.


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Past Events.

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IFNASA Business Breakfast

Business Development and Market Access, with IZAK PETERSEN
21 February 2017

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ALL KHOE AND SAN ARE COLOURED

IFNASA is structured on three fundamental pillars:

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Pillar One

To provide Leadership, Education (including Academic Papers) and Awareness to the Indigenous First Nation of South Africa also known as Coloured’s (an identity primarily imposed through forced assimilation) and the broader society liberation.

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Pillar Two

To occupy the Vacuum left as it pertains to Legal Matters, Community – People Development and Knowledge Development, including Coloured Identity Morph, General Nguni/Bantu/European/Indian Identity Mutation and Advancement of Land Restitution and Recompense.

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Pillar Three

To provide a Local, National and International Platform for Consultation, Dialogue and Conflict Resolution between the Indigenous First Nation, Indigenous Africans, Government, Traditional Groups and International Aborigines and relevant stakeholders.