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Rise Mzansi Receives R16.7 Million In Funding, With Rebecca Oppenheimer As Major Contributor

All existing donors support Rise Mzansi because they believe in the party's commitment to building a safe, prosperous, equal, and united country, where people live in happiness and dignity within one generation.

Rise Mzansi, a new political party in South Africa, has recently announced that it has received over R16.7 million in funding since its formation last year.

The majority of these funds were contributed by Rebecca Oppenheimer, who has previously supported the Democratic Alliance (DA) and ActionSA. Out of the total amount donated to Rise Mzansi, Oppenheimer has given R15 million.

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In addition to Oppenheimer’s contribution, Rise Mzansi received R1 million from Main Street, while InJozi Design and Kairo Communications donated R160,000 and R559,000 respectively, as in-kind contributions.

Rebecca Oppenheimer, the granddaughter of mining magnate Harry Oppenheimer, has been known for her donations to various political parties in recent years. Rise Mzansi’s leader, Songezo Zibi, had previously stated that the party would publicly disclose its donors before the elections.

Makashule Gana, the chief organiser of Rise Mzansi, emphasised that the party does not accept donations from individuals or organisations suspected of involvement in criminal activities, or from those seeking to unduly influence the party’s policies and decision-making processes.

All existing donors support Rise Mzansi because they believe in the party’s commitment to building a safe, prosperous, equal, and united country, where people live in happiness and dignity within one generation.

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While the party relies on individual donors to support its election campaign, it is worth noting that parties represented in parliament also receive funding from the Electoral Commission of South Africa.

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Rise Mzansi’s significant funding will undoubtedly play a crucial role in its efforts to establish itself as a viable political force in the country.

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As the party prepares for the upcoming elections, it remains committed to transparency and ensuring that its financial resources are obtained from reputable sources who share its vision for a better South Africa.

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Ntuthuko Gumede for SurgeZirc SA
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