Artists for a New South Africa (ANSA) is a nonprofit organization working in the U.S. and South Africa to combat
HIV/AIDS, assis children orphaned by the disease, advance human and civil rights, educate and empower youth
and build bonds between our nations through arts, culture and our shared pursuit of social justice.
“We will never forget those who stood by us in our darkest days… by offering artists a vehicle to use their skills and resources… you made our cause your cause…
you have become a part of the progress we are making… we are strengthened by the knowledge that Artists for a New South Africa
will be with us.”
President Nelson Mandela
This selection from across the African Continent is performed by a diverse group of acclaimed actors who have donated their time and talents to this effort to help children in South Africa orphaned and impacted by HIV/AIDS.
Illegal gambling—some consider it a victimless crime, but others say that this couldn’t be further from the truth. The Casino Association of SA has said that the issue has grown in size over the last few years, and the measures that the government has taken against illegal gambling operations have largely been ineffective because few […]