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#AmandlaNews: Red-Green Alliance reject foreign investors false promises

#AmandlaNews: Red-Green Alliance reject foreign investors false promises Social movements and trade unions protest at Ramaphosa’s Investment Summit demanding a moratorium on all retrenchments and that unemployment be declared a national disaster Amandla Correspondent | 08 November The Assembly of


Unemployment is a Crisis: We Must Join Together and Act

Unemployment is a Crisis: We Must Join Together and Act Amandla 65 Editorial | August, 2019 The jobs crisis is threatening to plunge our country into a social abyss. Globally, progressive forces correctly refer to the threat of global warming


Chronicles of corporate impunity: Copper mine pollutes livelihoods in Zambia

Chronicles of corporate impunity Copper mine pollutes livelihoods in Zambia Since 2005, eight communities in Chingola, Zambia, have been suffering from repeated water pollution  caused by the toxic mining processes . With extreme dedication, they managed to sue the British


System Change not Climate Change Colloquium

System Change not Climate Change Colloquium Join us at the Isivivana Centre on Thursday the 26th for practical inputs on resisting the climate crisis. System Change not Climate Change is part of the African Climate Alliance’s week of positive climate action.


Red-Green Alliance demands that unemployment be declared a national disaster

Red-Green Alliance demands that unemployment be declared a national disaster AoU Statement | 7 November 2019 Today, Assembly of the Unemployed, representing social movements of the unemployed around South Africa, in alliance with AMCU and SAFTU marched on Ramphosa’s Investment


Patriarchy, Power and the Labour Movement?

Patriarchy, Power and the Labour Movement? 18:00-20:00 17 July, 2019 129 Rochester Road, Observatory About the Forum: In this period where activists have begun to expose the pervasive nature of patriarchy and misogny in activist spaces – this is a