About African Covenant (AC0)
African Covenant (ACO) is a new political movement with a vision and a plan to build the best South Africa for South Africans under a righteous (Godly) government.
ACO (pronounced as AH!-KHO) has four policy pillars, i.e. Unity, Respect, Order, and national economic Prosperity. ACO seeks to save South Africa (SA) from the ongoing borrowing trajectory, and to deliver the Nation from the structured intergenerational scourge of poverty, thereby among others, creating a conducive environment for businesses to flourish, job creation, tax reduction, safety & security, access to quality education, health-care, credible justice, tighter border control, as well as eradicating crime, corruption and racism.
ACO is driven by the following values: Truth, Love, Selflessness, inspiring Service Delivery to the citizens with integrity.
It is Politics Unusual in ACO. Any South African can become part of ACO. We are stewards in service of the citizens. We are South Africans. Just complete and send the ONLINE stewardship form or download, complete and e-mail this one (Stewardship Form.pdf ) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
ACO was founded by Dr. Convy, affectionately known and referred to as DrConvy. He is an African of South African decent. He was born in Limpopo at Bungeni village. He was a wood-chopper in some of the northern Limpopo forests of Valdesia in the 80s; and moved to Soweto to become a street marketer for day jobs in the Southern suburbs of Johannesburg in the late 80s and early 90s. He later became a garden boy in Lyndhurst and Houghton, Johannesburg. He worked hard until he became the first Campus Registrar for Tshwane University of Technology (TUT), the first Registrar for Apostolic Faith Mission (AFM) Theological Seminary, Registrar for the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN), and Executive Director & Dean of Students for University of South Africa (UNISA). He is a God-fearing social scientist with a Doctoral degree (PhD) in Public Administration from UNISA. He is the president and chairman of the Tshwane Business Forum since 2016. This man has what it takes to serve South Africa and its citizens (Profile.pdf).