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Amandla! interviews the campaign to Reclaim the City

Amandla! interviews the campaign to Reclaim the City and the movement to occupy the inner city  Amandla! Issue No.52 | MAY 2017 The movement formed in Cape Town in February 2015 to right the wrongs of the Group Areas Act

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What should we make of the SACP’s latest critical posture of the ANC rot: an audacity or a quagmire?

What should we make of the SACP’s latest critical posture of the ANC rot: an audacity or a quagmire? By Gunnett Kaaf | Amandla Magazine | Issue 52 | May 2017 Over the last two years, the South African Communist

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Land and “radical economic transformation”

Land and “radical economic transformation” BEN COUSINS | AMANDLA MAGAZINE | ISSUE 52 | MAY 2017 Land has moved to the centre of political discourse in recent months. At the same time, allegations of state capture by the Gupta family

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NSFAS’ overzealous debt recovery strategy betrays commitments to free education

NSFAS’ overzealous debt recovery strategy betrays commitments to free education By: Phindile Kunene in Amandla! Issue No.48 | OCTOBER/NOVEMBER 2016 “Dear NSFAS beneficiaries, I am writing to you to plead with you to pay back the loan which you received from NSFAS

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How to Build a Mass Movement

How to Build a Mass Movement To build a mass movement against Trump, we have to engage newcomers productively. by KEEANGA-YAMAHTTA TAYLOR The United States has just experienced a corporate hijacking. If Trump’s inaugural speech did not alert you to

Zanufication or Renewal: ANC Debate
Is the ANC going down the Mugabe Road, or can the ANC self-correct? What are the other alternatives?  Read more

Whither ANC Debate [Amandla Forum report]

Between 250 to 300 people attended the public debate titled “Whither ANC” organised by Amandla Magazine and the Alternative Information and Development Centre AIDC, an activist think-tank based in Cape Town. This debate was organised after the two components of

 
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