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Friends of AfriForum!

This website was specifically created for supporters of AfriForum who live abroad and would like to regularly contribute to our projects and actions, but do not have access to a South African bank account.

AfriForum sincerely appreciates South Africans who live abroad, as well as supporters of other nationalities who live outside South Africa and are interested in our activities. Matters that currently enjoy much attention include farm attacks and murders.

This channel allows you to keep abreast of our activities and make monthly donations that will enable us to continue these activities.

Become a friend of AfriForum and part of the AfriForum family.

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You will receive a personalised Friends of AfriForum certificate upon joining.


You are automatically subscribed to Hotmail, AfriForum’s free weekly e-newsletter that keeps you informed of our civil rights activities. Feel free to visit AfriForum’s website here. AfriForum’s Charter can be found here.

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You are also automatically subscribed to Spotlight, the biweekly newsletter of AfriForum’s Worldwide initiative for people living abroad. Read more about Worldwide here.

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Issues that are currently receiving much attention, are:

Farm attacks and farm murders

The world must know

The world must know

AfriForum launched a comprehensive campaign for the protection of civil rights in South Africa. Various countries on almost all continents will be visited as part of the campaign. Issues on which the campaign will specifically focus include expropriation without compensation, as well as farm murders, hate speech and the South African government’s veneration of human rights violators.