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Global South Perspectives to Combat Profit Shifting and Wage Evasion.

Global South Perspectives to Combat Profit Shifting and Wage Evasion.  Join the Alternative Information & Development Centre (South Africa), Asian People’s Movement on Debt & Development (Philippines), and Churches and Mining (Brazil) and Public Services International (PSI), for a discussion on global south


Eskom Transformed: Full Report

Eskom Transformed: Full Report The Eskom Research Reference Group | 23 July, 2020 This report presents the case for a modern national power utility – a New Eskom. Unfortunately, in the public discourse around energy in South Africa, the word


ESKOM TRANSFORMED: Achieving a Just Energy Transition for South Africa

ESKOM TRANSFORMED: Achieving a Just Energy Transition for South Africa 23 July 2020 3PM-5PM We are proud to announce that registrations are now open to join us for the launch of the “Eskom Transformed: Achieving A Just Transition for South Africa.” report.


Eskom Transformed: Achieving A Just Energy Transition for South Africa

Eskom Transformed: Achieving A Just Energy Transition for South Africa The Eskom Research Reference Group | Press Alert | 09 July, 2020 On the 23rd of July, a new report on Eskom will be released, which presents a compelling case


Post-Budget Debate

On Wednesday, 1 July – 15:30 to 17:30 – the Alternative Information & Development Centre (AIDC), Mail & Guardian and Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung are hosting a post-budget discussion with the Deputy Finance Minister the panel moderated by Sikho Luthango will include Chris Malikane and Busi Sibeko. Further


Government fails to live up to COVID-19 socio-economic relief promises, says BJC

Government fails to live up to COVID-19 socio-economic relief promises, says BJC Budget Justice Coalition | 25 June 2020 The Supplementary Budget announced by Minister of Finance Tito Mboweni on 24 June 2020, including a revised fiscal framework and spending


Press statement on Supplementary Budget: With Friends like Tito Mboweni, Who Needs the IMF?

With Friends like Tito Mboweni, Who Needs the IMF? Resist SA’s new structural adjustment programme 25 June 2020 Tito Mboweni’s supplementary budget has proved that he is not fit to manage this crisis. The minister has completely ignored the immense


Borrowing from the IMF will only deepen South Africa’s crisis

Borrowing from the IMF will only deepen South Africa’s crisis Dick Forslund | DailyMaverick | 24 June, 2020 Finance Minister Tito Mboweni is creating panic before his tabling of the Supplementary Budget. He is speaking of an imminent “sovereign debt crisis”.  


The Responsibility of the SA Reserve Bank

The Responsibility of the SA Reserve Bank Open Letter | 09 June, 2020 We welcome, finally, a written response to critiques of SA Reserve Bank (SARB) monetary policy, specifically, SARB research head Chris Loewald’s “Depression risk a bad reason to


South Africa’s Response to COVID-19 Compared

South Africa’s Response to COVID-19 Compared Jaco Oelofsen | AIDC Economic Justice Programme | 21 May 2020 This is a short excerpt from a brief study conducted by the AIDC, to read the report in full click here South Africa’s


We want a radical new deal that provides three million jobs – The Cry of the Xcluded

We want a radical new deal that provides three million jobs – The Cry of the Xcluded Cry of the Xcluded | DailyMaverick | 20 May, 2020 We will emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic into a global economic crisis and


A Global Green New Deal

A Global Green New Deal The world faces a crisis far more serious than even this worldwide pandemic: the climate crisis. Climate breakdown may be a more gradual emergency but it will be far more deadly and disruptive than even


Department of Trade and Industry must call for the WTO’s suspension of trade talks

Department of Trade and Industry must call for the WTO’s suspension of trade talks Public Services International | Letter to the Minister of Trade and Industry | 4 May 2020 As the Covid-19 pandemic sweeps across the world, all governments


“The Coming Global Depression & what’s at stake for developing countries”

“The Coming Global Depression & what’s at stake for developing countries“ On Thursday, 7 May from 15:00 to 17:00 (GMT+2), NALEDI, Tshisimani and AIDC will be co-hosting a webinar on “The coming global depression & what’s at stake for developing countries”. To


COVID-19 in the Age of Extractivism and the Care Economy

COVID-19 in the Age of Extractivism and the Care Economy Peoples Dialogue webinar #2 You are invited to a Zoom Webinar Date: Apr 29, 2020 03:00 PM JohannesburgTopic: COVID-19 in the Age of Extractivism and the Care Economy – Voices From the South


We refuse to celebrate our hardship and your relief

We refuse to celebrate our hardship and your relief Cry of the Xcluded |Press Statement |22 April 2020 Nearly one month into South Africa’s lockdown, the vast majority in society faces tremendous suffering and hardship. We have no income, we


We must break with capitalist globalisation and neoliberalism

As Southern Africa faces a socioeconomic catastrophe: We must break with capitalist globalisation and neoliberalism Statement by the Southern African People’s Solidarity Network (SAPSN) |5 April, 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic poses a great danger to the SADC region. If the


A Programme of Action in the time of Covid-19 – a call for social solidarity

A Programme of Action in the time of Covid-19 – a call for social solidarity Mazibuko Jara | DailyMaverick | 24 March 2020 We, as civic organisations, trade unions, organisations of informal workers, faith-based organisations and community structures in South Africa,


The 2020/01 Budget relief for the investors exclusion for the majority

The 2020/01 Budget relief for the investors exclusion for the majority Alternative Information and Development Centre | #Budget2020 Statement | 27 February 2020 Social and labour movements, under the banner of the Cry of the Xcluded, mobilised ahead of the


#WorkForUs Budget Day March

#WorkForUs Budget Day March Cry of the Xcluded | Event During his State of the Nation Address on the 13th of February President Cyril Ramaphosa Stated “two weeks from now, the Minister of Finance will outline a series of measures


Use PIC to Stabilise Eskom and other key SOE’s – AIDC

Use PIC to Stabilise Eskom and other key SOE’s – AIDC AIDC Economic Justice Programme Manager Dominic Brown appeared on E.tv’s Morning Show to discuss the use of the Government Employees Pension Fund and The Public Investment Corporation to save


Cry of the Xcluded launch statement: Let South Africa Work! Jobs, Dignity and Services!!!!

Cry of the Xcluded launch statement: Let South Africa Work! Jobs, Dignity and Services!!!! The unemployment crisis South Africa finds itself at a precipice. The economic malaise currently being experienced places the nation at a point of no return. The


Assembly of the Unemployed, SAFTU and AMCU to launch: “The Cry of the Excluded”

Assembly of the Unemployed, SAFTU and AMCU to launch: “The Cry of the Excluded”  Issued by The Assembly of the Unemployed, 10 February 2020 The Assembly of the Unemployed (AoU) alongside the South African Federation of Trade Unions (SAFTU) and


Hamba Kahle Dot Keet: 16 February 1942 – 8 February 2020

Hamba Kahle Dot Keet: 16 February 1942 – 8 February 2020 Born in Zimbabwe in 1942, Dot Keet pursued her university education in South Africa in the early 1960s.  She then went into voluntary political exile and spent many years undertaking