The first non-racial and second oldest political organisation existing in South Africa, the SACP was founded in 1921 to wage the struggle to end oppression and economic exploitation and replace the repressive regime with a non-racial, non-sexist, liberated, socially emancipated and caring society characterised by lasting peace, freedom and sustainable development under democratic majority governance. The SACP is the first political organisation that proposed a democratic republic with equal rights for all as a solution to repressive regimes. The transition achieved in 1994 replacing the apartheid regime with the current democratic dispensation came as a direct fruit of the leadership and activist role played by the SACP and its allies supported by democratic popular support in the liberation struggle. The struggle is not over, however. A donation to the SACP represents an active expression of support and solidarity for the imperative to end the domination and exploitation of one person, a particular social group and class by another. SACP programmes seek to overcome the crisis of high unemployment, poverty and inequality and establish shared prosperity.
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The first non-racial and second oldest political organisation existing in South Africa, the SACP was founded in 1921 to wage the struggle to end oppression and economic exploitation and replace the repressive regime with a non-racial, non-sexist, liberated, socially emancipated and caring society characterised by lasting peace, freedom and sustainable development under democratic majority governance.

The SACP is the first political organisation that proposed a democratic republic with equal rights for all as a solution to repressive regimes.

The transition achieved in 1994 replacing the apartheid regime with the current democratic dispensation came as a direct fruit of the leadership and activist role played by the SACP and its allies supported by democratic popular support in the liberation struggle.

The struggle is not over, however. A donation to the SACP represents an active expression of support and solidarity for the imperative to end the domination and exploitation of one person, a particular social group and class by another. SACP programmes seek to overcome the crisis of high unemployment, poverty and inequality and establish shared prosperity.