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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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Corruption at the PIC and the Financing of a Black Capitalist Class

Corruption at the PIC and the Financing of a Black Capitalist Class AIDC Economic Justice Programme | 15 July, 2019 Former PIC CEO and CIO Dan Matjila has admitted that senior politicians and other influential people have tried (and seemingly

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The Violent Work of South African Gangs

The Violent Work of South African Gangs Christopher Morris | Amandla 64 | June, 2019 For working class communities on the peripheries of South Africa’s urban centres, gang violence is part of daily life, in the home, taxi, school and

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Patriarchy, Power and the Labour Movement?

Patriarchy, Power and the Labour Movement? 18:00-20:00 17 July, 2019 129 Rochester Road, Observatory About the Forum: In this period where activists have begun to expose the pervasive nature of patriarchy and misogny in activist spaces – this is a

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Grabouw workers take Oak Valley Farm to Equality Court

Grabouw workers take Oak Valley Farm to Equality Court CSAAWU Press Statement| 02 July 2019 The 3 month strike at Oak Valley Farm over wages, housing and labour brokers carries on due to attempts by the bosses to negotiate in

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What ever happened to the Energy Transition?

What ever happened to the Energy Transition? John Treat | Amandla 64 | June 2019 Anyone trying to understand what’s happening with the world’s energy systems right now can be forgiven if they are confused. On one hand, most people

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Urban Land Reform for Social and Spatial Justice

Urban Land Reform for Social and Spatial Justice  Mercy Brown-Luthango | Amandla 64 | June, 2019 South Africa is now more than 60% urbanised and the urban population is projected to grow to more than 70% by 2030. This is

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Comments on the publication of the initial batch of the draft Taxation Laws Amendment Bill 2019

Comments on the publication of the initial batch of the draft Taxation Laws Amendment Bill 2019 AIDC Economic Justice Programme | Submission to the Finance Standing Committee | 21 June 2019 This submission is one of several that AIDC has

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