Karabo Lerato Khakhau

Karabo, 25, is South Africa’s youngest Provincial Legislator. In May 2019, she was elected to the Free State Legislature. She is the Democratic Alliance Spokesperson for Roads, Transportation, Youth, and Public Works and Infrastructure on the Infrastructure Development Portfolio Committee in the current Legislature.

Before her election, she was chosen as the University of Cape Town’s SRC President in November 2017. She was also the DASO Western Cape Constituency Chairperson and the Branch Chairperson of the Democratic Alliance Students Organisation (DASO) at the same university.

Our mission and vision


The network’s mission is to support and empower political parties, organisations, networks, think tanks and individuals, to grow their support, to increase their influence on politics and implement policies of good governance when in government.

In partnership with our members and strategic partners, the network advocates for values of freedom and the individual choice of association across the continent by:

• Championing Liberal policy solutions to Africa’s challenges;

• Capacitating Liberal Democratic member parties with innovative skills, necessary to win elections and lead governments; 

Providing a platform for like-minded advocates of good governance, to network and share experience, skills and ideas;

All members of the network are bound by statutory obligations affirming allegiance to ensure the freedoms and dignity of all people, through establishing political and civil rights, upholding the rule of law, supporting democratic governance based on free and fair elections with peaceful transition, ensuring religious, gender and minority rights, fighting corruption and supporting economic freedom, regional integration and free trade opportunities, like the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA).

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