#EnoughZA is the hashtag for meaningful change in South Africa. Use it whenever you've #HadEnough.

About #EnoughZA

South Africans Coming Together

#EnoughZA is a realtime experiment in rapidly mobilising Business, Government and Citizens to come together under a Constitution of Abundance. We’re uniting to establish a freer and more open and equitable South Africa, while addressing ecological damage.


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1 Vision:
An equitable South Africa,
free of outside interference.

A complex idea behind a simple hashtag

#EnoughZA is the simple hashtag which brings all South Africans together. We rally behind the idea that ecological crises can unite us as a nation. We unite without interference from outside parties who do not have the country’s best interests at heart.

“Our ability to reach unity in diversity will be the beauty and the test of our civilization.”
— Mahatma Gandhi.
“The true champions of a nation’s freedom are those who reject the limitations of stereotypes and affirm the rich diversity of human nature to be found.”
— Vasily Grossman

Nature is on our side

It is sometimes easy to take for granted that trees aren’t the only thing that makes a forest so inviting – it’s also lush undergrowth, rushing streams and the wildlife that thrives in such an environment. It’s an ecosystem that depends on diversity for its health and beauty.

Our Rainbow Nation, too, is made more healthy and beautiful thanks to it’s diversity. We celebrate our diversity as we come together around a common cause, led by Nature.

Our common cause

Our nation shares a close bond with Planet Earth. From agriculture to mining to fishing, generations have made their living from Nature. Through grit, determination and hard work, we’ve become associated with a certain onward and upward, can-do attitude. We’ve also become known as people that call a spade a spade. We don’t tiptoe around issues.

For hundreds of years, South Africa’s strategic location and rich natural resources have been the envy of superpowers. And so we’ve had all kinds of external parties trying to influence what happens here. As a nation, we are now utterly sick and tired of being told what to do by a centrally directed, coherent and formally instituted ‘third force.’

We know that there will be declarations from COP26 forcing us to address ecological damage created by large populations in the North. These impositions are the straw which breaks the camel’s back. Our hand has been forced, and now we’re responding, as a nation united.

We have laid out our Climate Manifesto, which explains what we will do to address ecological damage.