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  • Celebrating Marx’s 200th

    We bring you a series of articles and a couple of videos from around the world that celebrated the day Karl Marx was born 200 years ago on 5 May 1818 in the southern German town of Trier. Read More

Carillion and the “dead end” of privatisation

Carillion and the “dead end” of privatisation by Michael Roberts | Amandla! Magazine Issue 57 | 22 May 2018 A few weeks ago, Martin Wolf, Keynesian economics journalist for the UK’s Financial Times, wrote a piece arguing that the renationalisation


Mental Illness and the Psychological Trap – A Political Problem

Mental Illness and the Psychological Trap – A Political Problem Amandla Ulutsha Newsletter |Issue 11 Editorial | 17 May 2018 The problem with society and the framing of mental illness as a social ill. Mental illness is a serious problem,


Amadiba Crisis Committee Court Case Mobilzation

Amadiba Crisis Committee Court Case Mobilzation On the 23rd to the 24th of April, a historic court case for mining-affected communities took place at the North Gauteng High Court in Tshwane. The Amadiba Crisis Committee, represented by their lawyers Richard


Marx’s Ecology: Recovered Legacy

Marx’s Ecology: Recovered Legacy by Michael Löwy | Original Source: Solidarity | 21 May 2018 WHILE MAINSTREAM ECOLOGICAL theory has been dismissive of Karl Marx, serious research in recent decades has recovered some of his very important insights on ecological


ACC publishes the “secret” Biodiversity Offset Agreement

ACC publishes the “secret”  Biodiversity Offset Agreement The Environmental Authorisation for the N2 Wild Coast Toll Road (N2WCTR) says that an Environmental Management Committee (EMC) must ensure that an Environmental Management Plan (EMP) is properly implemented and that there is


Life is Wonderful [Screening & Discussion]

Life is Wonderful – Screening & Discussion 2 June at 10:30  Venue: 129 Rochester Road, Observatory, Cape Town   On Saturday, 2 June, Amandla Forums and the Institute For African Alternatives (IFAA) will be screening “Life Is Wonderful: Mandela’s Unsung