Past Interventions.

Anti - Femicide Campaign (launched in Regina Mundi

in 2017)

The latest police statistics reveal that 63 women have been killed in 30 days. There may well be many others who have quietly been disposed of under similar circumstances. This act of barbarism has sent shock waves amongst our people. Public protest marches are indicative of the shock and anger that has erupted in our communities across race and colour, young and old, men and women. As custodian of morality and ethics, the Moral Regeneration Movement wanted to raise its voice in condemning these acts for the following reasons:

·    Violation of the core values contained in the CHARTER OF POSITIVE VALUES especially respect for human life and dignity; responsible freedom of movement; respect and concern for all; strive for justice, fairness and peaceful co-existence; defence of women’s rights against patriarchy and security for all.

·     MRM wants to, through the campaign, redouble its efforts to combat the scourge against in-human gender-based violence against women and girls.


  •  The Imbizo was meant to be a launching pad to mobilise Civil Society and Government to embark on a sustainable campaign.
  •  To raise the voice of MRM against the barbaric killing of women, girls and children.
  •  To consult and strategize on how best to confront the callous murder of women and girls.
  •  MRM has already won the support in principle of significant organisations and sectors including some departments of government. We expect to go public in the near future.

Land Summit

The purpose of the summit was to provide a platform to discuss the issue of land reform, focusing specifically on the ethical aspects of the debate. 

The objectives of the MRM Land and Soil Summit were inter alia to:

  • Discuss the moral and ethical implication of the land reform process.
  • Provide a broad forum to engage on the centrality of land to human existence.
  • Broaden the discussion on land expropriation without compensation.
  • Prepare for participation in the parliamentary consultative process.

Theologians Colloquium

The Moral Regeneration Movement [MRM] called for a Theologian’s Colloquium to deliberate and discuss what they thought the role of the ologians in Nation Building should be. This was born out of a concern to what some perceived to be the “muted voice” of Theologians in the face of the deep moral crisis facing the country, i.e. rampant crime, systemic corruption, conspicuous consumption, femicide, a disempowering education system, intraparty murderous factionism, dehumanising poverty, when the people were expecting theologians to make their voice heard. As Father Mkhatshwa put it, it was quite possible that many pastors, reverends and priest had done sterling work in their individual capacities in their churches. The concern however was the silence of the theologian’s collective voice. This provoked in the minds of some theologians who had been involved with the Institute for Contextual Theology the need for a discussion of what has been happening post 1994 and also to map out what the role of theologians could/should be in the context of rebuilding the nation.

Nelson Mandela lecture

The Moral Regeneration Movement (MRM) was involved in hosting a series of Mandela lectures to celebrate the key role that Madiba played in the establishment of the Moral Regeneration Movement, including the critical issues of ethical leadership and clean corporate governance in the Public and private sectors.

Aim of the lectures

To keep Mandela’s legacy and the ideals alive for the benefit of future generations, especially the youth.


  •  To immortalize the ethical values that Madiba espoused with a great passion.
  • To promote social cohesion in the country through joint remembrance of Madiba.
  •  To encourage South Africans, and the world, to continue living Madiba’s values.
  • To Promote his famous call for the “Reconstruction RDP of the soul”
  • To afford people the opportunity to participate in the social dialogue during this year and beyond.
  • To promote ethical leadership.
  • To nurture nation building by promoting Madiba’s vision – and the vision envisaged in the National Development Plan.
  • To give the youth and ordinary citizens an opportunity to articulate what Mandela means to them.