Born out of
the need of our country
The party was born out of the needs of South Africa, due to the issues, the corruption, and the incompetencies of our political leaders. We would not have been here had our country been in the place it should.
ARA, is Africa Restoration Alliance, a robust party, radical for change. We are emerging through a number of communities as a National Party, and already have a presence in all of the provinces in South Africa with phenomenal growth.
4 Key Pillars
justice for all
Thrusting out of violence, gangsterism and illegal substances through the empowerment of our people. An independent judicial system with enforcement powers
Transparent, accountable, government without fear of victimisation by state agencies or threats
Building jobs and concurrently building the country with internal investments through the development of a share build strategy.
equality for all
Free quality education, healthcare, and housing with the complete eradication of shack dwellers.
Fighting for injustices brought by communist, separatist and racialistic belief!
The only alternative to the current economic downhill dung!
The Fastest Growing Political Party in The country
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Official Party Response on the SONA 2021.
The Official Africa Restoration Alliance press launch held on Thursday 17 December 2020.
In 1983 the late Marike De Klerk wife of F.W De Klerk former President of South Africa Apartheid Government said: “Traditionally coloured’s have no history of nationhood the definition of a coloured in the population register is of someone who
The Africa Restoration Alliance pre-launch held on Thursday, 17 December 2020.
Official Press Release from the Head Office of Africa Restoration Alliance.
Official Press Release on the Presidents Speech concerning Lockdown.
Thousands of South Africans are queuing in line for the R350 per month SASSA grant as the country is experiencing its highest unemployment rate since Statistics South Africa (STATS SA) created a survey in 2008.
With everything looking rosey for the more ‘privileged’, we are forced to be pessimistic and point out that the cup is not half full, but emptier than the dams were during the water crisis Cape Town was faced with not