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LGE 2016 – not much for the left to celebrate

The left and the elections Following the 2016 local government elections, it is not just the ruling ANC that is licking its wounds, but the left has very little to celebrate outside of the consolidation of the Economic Freedom Fighters

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The Student Movement in Quebec "All the time, everywhere, people resist. Sometimes openly, sometimes secretly. Sometimes locally Sometimes everywhere. Where there is oppression, there is resistance”...Read More

Why popular movements win: the student movement in Quebec

  All the time, everywhere, people resist. Sometimes openly, sometimes secretly. Sometimes locally, sometimes more broadly. As Mao said “Where there is oppression, there is resistance”. Some popular movements are victorious, while many others lose. As activists we constantly ask

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"The leitmotif of the Tribunal is that the problem is corporate dominance.”...Read More

Southern Africans speak at Tribunal to dismantle corporate power

Southern Africans speak at Tribunal to dismantle corporate power (16 August 2016 – Manzini, Swaziland, SEATINI Reportage) – Testimonies expected from people and communities at the International Permanent Peoples Tribunal included a litany of charges against various Transnational Corporations (TNCs)

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Masifunde Womens Camp

On the 16 August 2016 the Masifunde Women Camp and One Million Climate jobs commemorated the 4th  year since the Marikana Massacre. The Marikana commemoration was held on the 16th of August 2016 in solidarity with the miners who were shot

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PYM Screening: Miners Shot Down

16 August 2012,The Marikana miners‘ strike or Lonmin strike was a wildcat strike at a mine owned by Lonmin in the Marikana. 34 miners were killed in South Africa on this fatal day 2012. A police cover-up was suspected. 4

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Taking back the land! Making the land work for us!

Join us, Wednesday – 24 August 2016, at the Alternative Information and Development Centre (AIDC) as we host the next session of the Amandla forums. This forum will open up a discussion over agrarian reform in South Africa and what