NKRU stands for Kwame Nkrumah (Ghana)
NYE stands for Julius Nyerere (Tanzania)
LU stands for Patrice Lumumba (Congolese)
SA stands for Thomas Sankara (Burkina Faso)
SO stands for Mangaliso Sobukwe (South Afrika)

Nkrunyelusaso

Who We Are

NKRU stands for Kwame Nkrumah (Ghana)
NYE stands for Julius Nyerere (Tanzania)
LU stands for Patrice Lumumba (Congolese)
SA stands for Thomas Sankara (Burkina Faso)
SO stands for Mangaliso Sobukwe (South Afrika)

Nkrunyelusaso is uneasy but a necessary name. It is an acronym encapsulating the ideas, the bravery, the visions and the agenda of these great Afrikanists. These are from different Afrikan countries, to represent the widespread of the mission and vision, though the organisation is currently based in Southern tip of Afrika with the hope that it will be a torch bearer to the new wave of Afrikan awareness, attitude and direction.

There are of course many other Afrikan great characters, which due to space and time, we could not include yet that does not take away anything from their contributions. We request all Afrikans from all walks of life to take some time and study a bit about these

What We Do

Nkrunyelusaso seeks to unite all Afrikans across the continent in an Afrikan spirit, and a non-political agenda from all walks of life (age, gender, social standing, professions, etc.) to address the fragmentary found among ourselves and use our unity to attend to unending economic and social struggles we have since been facing as Afrikans. Afrika’s desperate need is that of leadership and as Nkrunyelusaso, we believe this platform will assist in that regards. We have enough human resources as well as natural resources and we will rally together to establish our role and occupy our position. Afrika does not need foreign aid – Afrika needs to wake up and stand together.

This is a responsibility and a calling we cannot and should not outsource NOR postpone – not to any other. It is an urgent in-house function and if you and I do not see the need to put ourselves on the line, then Afrika is hopeless. In the words of Biko: “Black man, you are on your own”.

Our objectives include but not limited to:

  • Defend and protect the rights of previously disadvantaged communities.
  • Assist in pursuing justice (of any form) in favour of the economically prejudiced.
  • Retain an apolitical position, not be tied to any political party nor be a political party.
  • Encourage lawful resolution to different social, economical and political challenges.
  • Endeavour to assist in empowering communities by means of social education and supporting economic activities.
  • Assist our townships in fighting the scourge of crime and all forms of abuse.
  • Collaborate and cooperate with other organisations with similar agenda.
  • Defend and pursue economical inclusion and empowerment of the previously excluded.
  • Encourage and support development of Afrika based technology to compete globally & more

In South Afrikan context, we are to an Afrikan, what Afri-Forum is to a white man.

In all context and intentions of this organisation, “Afrikan” is limited to mean blacks as well as so called coloureds only.

Why The Need For An Organisation Called Nkrunyelusaso

There are certain countries, groups and individuals who are hell-bent, with evil determination and at full speed to continue taking Afrika and Afrikans for fools. We are not naïve, we are fully aware that this system goes thousands of years ago, long before the Berlin Conference on Afrika in 1884 where those who feel entitled sat, discussed and dictated how they will deal with Afrika. This system is not only deeply entrenched; it is well resourced and very strong.

Our long-term vision is to slowly start with what is closest to us and finally expand into Afrika. It is not going to be easy but we are determined to take the baton and run with it.

Afrika’s greatest weakness is division among ourselves. In the words of Doctor Martin Luther King: “we must either learn to live together as brothers or we are all going to perish together as fools”. Hence Nkrunyelusaso’s slogan is: “either we go up together, or we go down together

Projects And Campaigns

You can help lots of people by donating little. See our causes.
“PROJECT 90-10”

“PROJECT 90-10”

is a push to force that industry MUST reflect the realities of our society. We therefore are requesting the Court to make a ruling on

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“WORKPLACE EQUALITY”

“WORKPLACE EQUALITY”

Apartheid is gone only on paper, but it is still very well and alive in practice. Reconciliation and non-racial South Afrika has always

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“1st CAMPAIGN”

“1st CAMPAIGN”

Most of you our Afrikan brothers and sisters have been complaining for a very long time, understandably so. This is your opportunity

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