The ATM is a faith-based National Political Party, established to create and develop a decolonised, modern, healthy, happy, functional, democratic, fair and prosperous society
that prides itself on integrity and inclusivity. It is thus established to, contest National, Provincial and Local Government Elections, and assume political power all over South Africa.

Our political ideology is Humanism in general and African Humanism in particular. The philosophical understanding of the ATM behind this Humanism ideology is that: “There is Only One God and Only One Race, the Human Race”.(c) The aims and objectives of the ATM are to: –
(i) offer all South African citizens a good quality of life, including, but not limited to, a peaceful life free from crime, a good health, food security, compulsory and free quality education, and sustainable employment and/or self-employment;
(ii) promote Ubuntu [African wisdom], African languages, religious diversity, unity and patriotism among South African citizens;
(iii) protect and advance the interests of vulnerable people like children, the elderly, people living with disabilities and women;
(iv) work for total liberation of the people of South Africa from all forms of racism, sexism, oppression, discrimination, poverty and ignorance, and promote Decolonised Economy that is redistributive and empowering in nature; and
(v) promote a prosperous nation that supports environmentally sustainable development, world peace, disarmament and friendship among nations as well as unity of and close cooperation among African countries.

• Educating and empowering communities towards a law-abiding culture.
• Ensuring that police are well trained and given necessary resources to combat organised crime, focusing on crimes relating to drugs, human trafficking, firearms trafficking, vehicle theft, hijacking, corrupt public officials, and organised commercial crime including cyber-crimes.
• Reducing South Africa’s unacceptably high levels of serious and violent crime through development and implementation of effective strategies to: counter the proliferation of firearms, as this fuel high levels of violent crime; improve safety and security in high-crime areas; combat specific crime generators such as taxi and gang violence, and faction fighting; and maintain security at major public events.
• Reducing the incidence of crimes against women and children.
• Full rehabilitation of current prisoners through workshops and awareness programmes.
• Improving service delivery at local level to avoid service delivery protests.

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