National People’s Ambassadors
The National People's Ambassadors (NPA) is a South African political party formed in 2015. It describes itself as a "radical, left, anti-capitalist and anti-imperialist movement with an internationalist outlook”, and wishes to nationalise mines and banks.
|General Secretary||Andile Hlatshwayo|
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Also in 2016, the party attempted to organise a strike in the Alfred Duma Local Municipality, aiming to shut all 36 wards in the municipality. The strike was called off after the NPA failed to meet the legal requirements.
The party contested the 2019 general election, failing to win any seats, and receiving the fewest votes of all 48 parties contesting nationally.
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- Davis, Rebecca. "2019 Elections: Crib-sheet for the political parties contesting the 2019 polls, Part Two". Daily Maverick. Retrieved 2019-04-15.
- "Alert: Public strike that was planned for next week in Ladysmith has been cancelled". Ladysmith Gazette. 2018-01-19. Retrieved 2019-04-15.
- "Results Dashboard". www.elections.org.za. Retrieved 2019-05-11.
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