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Message of condolences on the Death of Professor David Sanders

Message of condolences on the Death of Professor David Sanders AIDC Statement | 02 September 2019 We join the many, nationally and globally in mourning the death of this great humanist, socialist, public health scholar and above all activist. David

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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

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Court must respect customary law – ACC

Amadiba Crisis Committee | Press Release |19 August, 2019 Amadiba Crisis Committee 2019-08-19: Kingship conflict again in Court on Tuesday – Court must respect customary law: PONDOLAND IS NOT FOR SALE! On this Tuesday 20 August, the Pretoria High Court

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Unemployment and the Skills Myth in South Africa

Unemployment and the Skills Myth in South Africa Siyabulela Mama | 19 August, 2019 The majority of South Africans are young with two-thirds of the population less than 34 years of age.  To date,  the South African labour force is made up

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Scourge of Unemployment Shows Need for Drastic State Intervention

Scourge of Unemployment Shows Need for Drastic State Intervention AIDC Statement | 02 August 2019 In most other countries the news that more than 10.2 million citizens are unemployed would lead to mass calls for the President and Finance minister’s

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Farming and housing: land struggles fail to unite in Caledon

Farming and housing: land struggles fail to unite in Caledon Boyce Tom | Amandla 64 | June 2018 This article draws some lessons, and makes some observations, from the recent service delivery protest action in the small rural town of

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PIC’s Problems Structural, Not Individual

PIC’s problems are structural and not just due to individuals Dominic Brown |CGTN Africa | 26 July 2019 Former PIC CEO and CIO Dan Matjila has admitted that senior politicians and other influential people have tried (and seemingly succeeded) to direct

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The Larger Struggle: Mitigating Capitalism

The Larger Struggle: Mitigating Capitalism Hans Baer |Climate and Capitalism | 11 July, 2019 The climate movement both at the international level and within specific countries is quite disparate, meriting a distinction between climate activists per se and climate justice activists. Representatives

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Too Many Carrots and Too Few Sticks

Too Many Carrots and Too Few Sticks Michael Nassen Smith and Carilee Osborne | Amandla 64 | June 2019 In his opening speech at the October 2018 Jobs Summit, President Ramaphosa made the following comments: “The social partners have agreed

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A different Eskom: Achieving a just energy transition for South Africa

A different Eskom: Achieving a just energy transition for South Africa Sandra van Niekerk | DailyMaverick | 04 July, 2019 The knee-jerk reaction of both government and many commentators to the crisis of Eskom has been to tout unbundling as the major solution

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