Becoming the Cape of Good Hope again

The ANC government is leading us into an economic and social disaster. The Western Cape has consistently rejected their agenda, yet our democratic voice is rendered redundant by a system where our government is not chosen by us, but despite us.

Our best hope is creating our own first world nation on Africa's southern tip - the Cape of Good Hope. Together, let's build Africa's newest country.

Security, freedom and prosperity for all the peoples of the Cape!

Who Are We?

Download our manifesto in English, Afrikaans and isiXhosa
• Manifesto - Cape Independence Advocacy Group
• Manifes - Kaapse Onafhanklikheid-Voorspraakgroep
• Isibhengezo - Iqela leNkxaso kwiNkululeko yeKapa
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The Cape Independence Advocacy Group (CIAG) was formed in 2020 to coordinate and support people and organisations working towards Cape independence. The group’s primary goal is bringing about a referendum in the Western Cape, with the end goal of secession from South Africa and forming a new sovereign state, with a government that better represents the people of The Cape of Good Hope.

Through awareness campaigns, advocacy and lobbying, the group aims to unite the citizens of the Cape with a clear and focused message, and build a support base among the various communities that call this region of the world their home.

The group is committed to democratically, lawfully and peacefully obtaining independence for the collective peoples of the Western Cape.

Our primary activities:
Get people talking with PR and social media
Offline visibility with marches and branded physical items to display
Political lobbying and influence

What we are not:
We are not a political party and we have no intention to govern
We are not aligned with any political party

Should the Cape leave South Africa?

We asked a few people to share their thoughts on this topic in the video below. Please watch and, if you agree, please share the video on social media!

How can you help?

Please join our cause, join our mailing list and connect on social media. Please subscribe to our Youtube channel to see future videos. If you are able to help in any other way, please get in touch by sending a message via our contact page.

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