Access Chapter 2’s Founding Executive Director Sworn in as Member of Parliament


As Access Chapter 2, We are excited to announce that our esteemed Founding Executive Director, Mmapaseka Steve Letsike ,will be sworn in today the 14th June 2024, as a member of parliament. This milestone is a testament to Steve Letsike’s dedication to the constitution, human rights, democracy and advocacy for the people of South Africa particularly women, youth and LGBTI+ community, and we have no doubt that she will continue to be a strong reason voice for accountability, equality and justice in South Africa.

As Access Chapter 2 continues to grow and evolve, we are confident that Mmapaseka Steve Letsike’s leadership and expertise will help transition for the continuation of work, and further commitment of AC2 even to greater success.

We thank her for her selflessness, tireless efforts and look forward to her continued contributions as she prepare to take up the responsibilities and challenges of National Assembly in Parliament.

During this time of transition within the organisation, Access Chapter 2 remains committed to continuing of its vision through the dedicated team of governing body, team of professionals, our volunteers and with the support of our partners. AC2 will continue to providing quality direct services and advocate for the rights of Women, girls and LGBTI+ people in their diversity.

Access Chapter 2 board and team congratulates Honourable Mmapaseka Steve Letsike as a member of Parliament of the Republic of South Africa. We are certain that your presence will greatly strengthen the ties bound by human rights and the rule of law. Continue to carry the wishes of all communities, social justice and civil society in its diversities.

The board of directors will communicate to the public and stakeholders about the transition in due course.
For all media enquires, please contact AC2’s communications department
Clement Mampane: 065 868 1538

Access Chapter 2’s Founding Executive Director Sworn in as Member of Parliament

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