Welcome to the Solidarity Legal Fund

The Solidarity Legal Fund was established to fund court cases that Solidarity is taking on against government and other enterprises such as Sasol, PPC and Arcelor Mittal . This fund is aimed at taking on government and other institutions. This fund has already funded successful cases such as the fight against affirmative action, racism, corruption and looting of tax money.

This fund also makes it possible for Solidarity to report South African issues on international level and to fight at forums such as the United Nations.

Solidarity is aware of our people’s growing frustration over the levels of corruption and misappropriation, especially with regard to state enterprises such as Eskom, Denel and many others. We are therefore focusing this year on uncovering this corruption and holding the state accountable for misappropriation.

WELCOME TO THE SOLIDARITY LEGAL FUND

The Solidarity Legal Fund was established to fund court cases that Solidarity is taking on against government and other enterprises such as Sasol, PPC and Arcelor Mittal. This fund is aimed at taking on government and other institutions. This fund has already funded successful cases such as the fight against affirmative action, racism, corruption and looting of tax money.

This fund also makes it possible for Solidarity to report South African issues on international level and to fight at forums such as the United Nations.

Solidarity is aware of our people’s growing frustration over the levels of corruption and misappropriation, especially with regard to state enterprises such as Eskom, Denel and many others. We are therefore focusing this year on uncovering this corruption and holding the state accountable for misappropriation.

JOIN HERE TO BECOME A MEMBER OF THE
SOLIDARITY LEGAL FUND

JOIN HERE TO BECOME A MEMBER OF THE
SOLIDARITY LEGAL FUND

What does your contribution mean?

Your contribution to the Solidarity Legal Fund enables us to take on cases such as racism, corruption, misappropriation and affirmative action against the state and other enterprises such as Sasol, PPC and Arcelor Mittal and to fight these in the highest courts.

With your contribution, Solidarity’s Legal Fund can see to it that people such as Brian Molefe and Lindsay Maasdorp are taken to task, and that policies which puts our people at a disadvantage, are fought. We make sure that our members’ interests are cared for and we will continue to fight for what is just and fair.

What does your contribution mean?

Your contribution to the Solidarity Legal Fund enables us to take on cases such as racism, corruption, misappropriation and affirmative action against the state and other enterprises such as Sasol, PPC and Arcelor Mittal and to fight these in the highest courts.

With your contribution, Solidarity’s Legal Fund can see to it that people such as Brian Molefe and Lindsay Maasdorp are taken to task, and that policies which puts our people at a disadvantage, are fought. We make sure that our members’ interests are cared for and we will continue to fight for what is just and fair.

Enjoy several benefits as a member of the
Solidarity Legal Fund

The Legal Fund at international forums

It is possible for Solidarity to report the state to international forums with the help of the Legal Fund.

Solidarity’s first visit to the UN was in 2016 and there we submitted a shadow report to CERD about the conditions, policies and general deterioration of South Africa at the hands of government at that time.

Last year, Solidarity once again lodged a complaint and an application with CERD, in which we requested them to hold the government accountable for affirmative action and discrimination on the basis of race in our country. With this complaint we highlight how matters have worsened over time and how the government is not carrying all South Africans’ interests at heart.

Join the Solidarity Legal Fund and continue to fight with us against injustice.

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