Many people have been wondering who are the founding members of the new political party the ZACP (Capitalist Party of South Africa).
The party posted the information below on their official Facebook page.
Politics major at Princeton with certificates from Boston University and from Harvard’s Nieman Foundation; former senior research scientist in the Computers and Networks division at the Centre for Advanced Studies, Research and Development in Sardinia (CRS4); former Managing Editor of the Cape Times, former head of news at ETV, former chairman of the board of McCann World Group South Africa, former chief executive of South Africa’s biggest youth radio station YFM, currently director of companies.
Legal consultant and co-host of South Africa’s most downloaded podcast, The Renegade Report, which discusses politics, global affairs and political ideology. He has a keen interest in political strategy and messaging, with the express focus on property rights, freedom of speech and the deepening of democracy.
After qualifying as a software engineer and developer at Tshwane University of Technology, he has been a successful serial entrepreneur as founder and managing director of Letshoao IT Consulting as well as YDIDI (“Youth Development through Investigation & Dissemination of Information”). He is known for his 4th Industrial Revolution (FIR / 4IR) programme aimed at tech curious and inclined youth intent on building and fulfilling sustainable careers in this space.
Holds a degree in Economics from the University of South Africa, and is an airline captain by profession. He has been involved in the South African firearm ownership debate since 2014, and sees the issue as an inseparable component of civil rights in general. He is owner and editor of Paratus, a firearm ownership and information website.
After studying for Higher Diploma in Food Technology at Cape Peninsula University of Technology and working for a time in the food industry in Quality Control and Quality Assurance, started her own business in 2008 in direct sales and marketing. Assisted a non profit called INENG (Independent Entrepreneurship Group) working with small business owners looking at government policies that create unwanted red tape for SMEs. Currently a businesswoman based in Khayelitsha, Cape Town and board member of the Free Market Foundation.
Founder and editor of the South African technology website TechCentral. A former technology editor of the Financial Mail, McLeod has won numerous awards for his writing. He is a classical liberal who believes that individual liberty and the market economy are key to resolving South Africa’s challenges.
An aspiring economist with a BA in Communications and Psychology through Unisa, founded a tech company called Hand2Hand Applications. Vabaza is also a freelance writer.
Consumer champion at Louis Nel Blog, nodeJS developer and blockchain enthusiast. Works with consumer-related issues and how technology will disrupt industries by disintermediating traditional middlemen.
Entrepreneur, business and life coach, professional speaker, radio presenter and author. With over 10 years of entrepreneurial and personal development expertise, he has shared these insights with audiences for blue-chip companies including ACSA, ABSA Capital, SEDA and HP.
Dumo Denga has a Masters in Business Science Founder of the ManPatria podcast and a firm believer in free speech and free markets.
Find out more about the ZACP on their official website.