Members Details

Please Include your portfolios of interest - Local Branch, Citizenship, Territorial Leasing, Education, Trade, Cultural, Civil Defence

CONDITIONS OF MEMBERSHIP

  1. Your application for membership is accepted at the discretion of the management board who may refuse an application without giving reasons therefore.

  2. It is clearly understood that no unruly or disruptive behaviour will be tolerated from members. Should the member not abide by the rules and conditions as set down by the Anglo-African Society, the Society reserves the right to either suspend membership to the member for a specified period or expel the member without recourse.

  3. Members shall comply with the Society rules as amended by the Anglo-African Society from time to time.

 


 

The Anglosphere Society warrants we will not divulge your particulars to a third party unless you have granted permission in this membership application form
Please note you may not have a local society in your region
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Join the Anglo-African Nation today to help inspire, protect and define our unique life in Africa

The Anglo-African Nation is home for the English speaking descendants of the European diaspora who have made Africa their home since 1795. The Anglo-African Nation is pursuing a variety of projects. These include:   

  • Building relationships with the Anglosphere countries of the United Kingdom, United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand which share a common ancestry and value system.
  • The  establishment of closer trade ties between Anglo-Africans and Anglosphere countries.
  • Lobbying the British government to issue Anglo-Africans with a British National (Overseas) passport.
  • The establishment of an internationally recognised, English home language Anglo-African University in Southern Africa.
  • To celebrate Anglo-African cultural events.
  • A civil defence capacity to protect members.
  • Provide members with financial and political news to make informed decisions.
  • The establishment of a legal division to protect member’s constitutional rights.
  • To ensure Anglo-African political interests are well represented.
  • To support the devolution of political power in South Africa into Cantons based on the Swiss model of governance.
  • To negotiate an autonomous 99 year territorial lease to build an African-Anglosphere city state similar in scope and mission to Singapore.

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A Vision for the Future

Territorial Leasing

Anglosphere University

Inaugurate a Branch

Trade

Facilitating trading relationships between the core Anglosphere businesses and Anglo-African's.

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