We, the Young Communist League of South Africa founded in 1922, banned in 1950 and re-established in 2003, are a voluntary mass organisation of the youth in South Africa.
We are devoted to the interests of all young people and dedicated to the revolutionary cause of the working class of our country and the globe.
We are committed to and struggle for the transformation of South Africa from a capitalist society to a socialist society in which there is no exploitation of one person or group by another.
The YCLSA recognises the South African Communist Party (SACP) as the political party of socialism in our country and enjoys political and ideological guidance from the SACP.
Young Communists promote the unity of progressive young people of our country with the progressive peoples and youth of all countries.
Name The name of the organisation shall be the Young Communist League of South Africa, hereinafter referred to as the YCLSA or the organisation.