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  • New Climate Jobs Booklet

    AIDC's new research illustrates how South Africa can have a Just Transition to a low-carbon, wage-led economy. Download the booklet here. Read More

No bad woman, just bad laws: why the decriminalisation of sex work in South Africa is a feminist issue

No bad woman, just bad laws: why the decriminalisation of sex work in South Africa is a feminist issue By Nosipho Vidima and Ishtar Lakhani | Amandla! Magazine Issue 55-56 | December 2017 In South Africa we are losing the


Living the future in Kwazakhele

Living the future in Kwazakhele By Janet Cherry | Amandla! Magazine Issue 55-56 | December 2017 One hundred years after the Boshevik Revolution, the advocates of global capitalism repeat their neoliberal mantra: There is no alternative.  Socialism has failed everywhere,


Updates from social formations and communities that are part of the Southern African Campaign to Dismantle Corporate Power

Updates from social formations and communities that are part of the Southern African Campaign to Dismantle Corporate Power Update from  Parmalat Case  (from Grace Tepula) The case we presented at the PPT on Parmalat’s operations in the dairy sector in


New study reaches a stunning conclusion about the cost of solar and wind energy

New study reaches a stunning conclusion about the cost of solar and wind energy By Joe Romm Building new renewables is now cheaper than just running old coal and nuclear plants. In one of the fastest and most astonishing turnarounds


Op-Ed: The Libya Crisis and Capitalism

The Libya Crisis and Capitalism By Keamogetswe Seipato| Amandla! Ulutsha Newsletter Issue 4 | 7 December 2017 On November 17 the CNN  brought our attention to a modern slave trade taking place in Libya: Humans sold as slaves, some for as


Wage & Tax Evasion Made in Paradise: The Role Of Appleby

Wage & Tax Evasion Made in Paradise: The Role Of Appleby Brian Ashley and Dick Forslund | Alternative Information & Development Centre (AIDC) |14 November 2017 The Paradise Papers, just like the earlier Panama papers, give ordinary people a glimpse